Monday, June 1, 2020

Monday, June 1, 2020 Morning News: June 1, 2020

SPOTLIGHT STUDENT OF THE DAY: Every day for the next few weeks we will spotlight one student on Padlet! Starting today, when you click the Padlet link, you will see which classmate is our “spotlight student” of the day! We will celebrate each student by posting something we love about them, our favorite thing about them, a favorite memory with them, etc. You may record a video on Padlet or you may post a picture of something you draw or write to this classmate. Let’s make all of our friends feel special during the last few weeks of school! We miss each other very much! Have fun with it! Spotlight Student Padlet
Morning Routine: (oral)

Today is June 1. Let's count backwards from 30 to 1.

Repeat after me: Today is Monday, June 1, 2020. 

What day is today? What day was yesterday? What day is tomorrow?

What month is it? What was last month? What month comes next?

What kind of weather is it outside today?

Today is the 166th day of school! See if you can count by 1's to 166! *If we were using our straws to count, we would have 100 straws rubber band together in the hundreds column, 6 groups of 10 (60 straws) in the tens column, and 6 straw in the ones.
Guess what? There are only 14 days of school until summer break. Let's count down from 14! Count Down Song
It is a new month!! We have a new song for the month of June. Please practice the song and add a border if you are able to print it out. If you cannot print, please consider writing the song on a piece of paper to make a border. Ms. Corbett thinks of sunshine, pools, BBQ's, Father's Day, and more during the month of June. Your pictures should represent what you think of in June!
HERE you will find the June song. (this is my favorite month song)
MONDAY SPECIALS: GYM with Ms. J ART with Mrs. Clark SPANISH with Ms. Henry

PHONICS/ PHONEMIC AWARENESS: OPTIONAL: Complete June Morning Work Literacy page 1 and page 2. *on page 1 and 2 there is a section that says "I can trace and write the sentence." You will see that the sentence they write is in fancy, cursive-like writing. Student should NOT write their sentences in this font. Please have students copy the sentence in regular print handwriting. Your new sound this week is qu which is pronounced /kw/. -qu is a digraph. -qu Digraph Lesson
 -qu Digraph Song -qu Best Friends
- qu Blend Board

This week you will learn a new RED WORD! Your new red word is: who Please add the word who to your red word poster at home. If you do not have any more room on your original red word poster, you may attach a piece of white paper to the bottom so that you can fit more red words (we have a few more to go)! Red Word Review
RAINBOW write your new red word. Choose 4 different crayon colors and write your new red words 5 times each using your different crayon colors. who Try to make your new red words using play-doh, legos, blocks, beads, or even trace them in shaving cream or sand! Whatever you can do!
Optional fun idea! Use red words or sight words.

We have access to an online literacy program. Click the link below. Click: I am a student. Class code: UAVBJV Find our class and find your name! Spend about 10-15 minutes on here each day.

Reading Strategies Powerpoint strategies to help reading skills
Please read for at least 10 minutes today.

Explore the website- 
Epic! Class code: evt2037
Our class has read over ONE THOUSAND books on Epic!! WOW!
WRITING WORKSHOP: You have two choices for writing- You may continue to write about your Adventures with Ms. Corbett using this NEW TEMPLATE - what do you like to do with me and why? OR You may write a letter to the "spotlight student of the day". You may write your spotlight classmate a letter telling them something you love about them, that you miss them, a special memory you have with them, or just a letter saying hello! LETTER TEMPLATE
*Please allow your child to use developmental spelling.  *He/she is not expected to write perfectly.  *You may help your child sound out some words.
Take a peak at all of the adventures your classmates and I have been on! You may send me pictures of your child with "flat Ms. Corbett" whenever you have time. Click the present button in the top right corner to view as a slideshow. Adventures with Ms. Corbett Pictures (updated daily)

MATH:  OPTIONAL: Complete June Morning Work Math page 1 and page 2.
3 Dimensional Shape Riddles
3D Shape Song

Practice #s 1-30 For more practice: - make flashcards of numbers 1-30 (one number on each card) - use these flashcards to orally review #s 1-30 randomly - not in number order - mix the cards up on a table and have students put the cards in # order from 1-30
Log onto Happy Numbers for 30-45 min. a week! You pick when!

CATERPILLAR JOURNAL: Check on our class caterpillar journal each day to see the changes! All of the butterflies have arrived!!!