What will your child be learning during the first six weeks?
Here is a list of the basics:
Determine the purpose for listening and reading.
Recognize that print represents spoken language and conveys meaning.
Divide spoken sentences into individual words.
Combine syllables into words.
Isolate the initial and final sound of a spoken word.
Blend sounds to make spoken words.
Establish purposes for reading and listening.
Dictate messages for others to write.
Identify numbers, sets, and write 0-5.
One-to-one correspondence to 5.
Practice counting to 100.
Describe relative position of objects using first, before, after, next and last.
Identify and use senses as tools of observations.
Basic needs of living organisms and that living organisms depend on each other.
Identify ways Earth provides resources.
Identify behaviors that result in healthy or unhealthy conditions.
Identify the basic structures and functions of the human body and how they relate to personal health.
Identify basic human needs and how these needs can be met.
Identify personal attributes common to all people.
Identify differences amoung people.
Identify family customs and traditions.
Purposes for having rules and identify rules.
Identify authority figures and how they make/enforce rules.
Identify U.S. and Texas flag and correct etiquette for the pledges.
Locate places in school and physical characteristics of those places.
The U.S. Constitution.
Please read our weekly newsletter for more specifics concerning the focus of each week.
If you have any questions, please let me know. I will be requesting a conference with each parent/guardian at the end of the first six weeks.