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Rejoicing@Home – 1st Grade

Rejoicing@Home – 1st Grade

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Week 2 - 3/30 - 4/3
Week 3 - 4/6 - 4/10
Resources
Week 1 - 3/26-27

Click here for the files for these assignments

Specials are located here

Phonics

watch chart videos from link and recite with the videos daily-charts 6-13

1st – Phonics Charts 6,7:

1st – Phonics Charts 8, 9:

1st – Phonics Charts 10, 11:

1st – Phonics Charts 12, 13:  

-Complete the four scanned phonics pages by Friday.  They are Language pages 129 and 130 (front and back).

Math

Fact cards daily; complete scanned math pages by Friday.  There are four labeled Math 105 and 106.

https://ok.mathgames.com/grade1

This is a good website for math concept reviews, including coins and time too.  There are also other good websites for other subjects on the Rejoicing at Home site.

Reading

Continue reading minimum of 3 pages from reader each day; Continue reading log challenge

Bible

Pattern rainbow write memory verses using different color for each word

***Take a picture of each assignment including reading log and email to your homeroom teacher by Friday.***

Click here for all rejoicing@home files for this week’s lessons

*Bible-Write and Illustrate Psalm 23:3-4 NASB                                                                                    “He restores my soul; He guides me in the paths of righteousness for His name’s sake. Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death,I fear no evil, for You are with me; Your rod and Your staff, they comfort me”.                                                                                                                                 -Read Easter story from the Bible with your family-This is a five day plan to do together as a family as we prepare for Easter.

Nothing is needed for you to send us on reading the Easter story. These readings can count toward pages on the reading log  

Join me in reading Superbook: He Is Risen!:  https://www.bible.com/en/reading-plans/3970

 

*Math-fact cards daily; complete scanned math pages by Friday https://ok.mathgames.com/grade1      This is a good website for math concept reviews, including coins and time too.  There are also other good websites for other subjects on the Rejoicing at Home site.

*Reading-Continue reading minimum of 3 pages from reader each day; If you child has finished their reader, please go to  https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome.html?caching  These are great because they include science topics as well.  Click on the box for grades 1-2 and use the week 1 reading books and activities(activities optional) Record the pages read on your reading log.   Continue reading log challenge

*Phonics-watch chart videos from link and recite with the videos daily-charts 6-13

1st – Phonics Charts 6,7:

1st – Phonics Charts 8, 9:

1st – Phonics Charts 10, 11:

1st – Phonics Charts 12, 13:  

-Complete scanned phonics pages by Friday

***Take a picture of each assignment including reading log and email to your homeroom teacher by Friday.***

1st – Phonics Charts 6,7:

1st – Phonics Charts 8, 9:

1st – Phonics Charts 10, 11:

1st – Phonics Charts 12, 13:

1st – C and K Spelling and Phonics Rule:

1st – ke and ck Spelling Rule:

1st – Marking Special Sounds and Vowels:

Bible-Write and illustrate your memory verses Psalm 23:1-2 NASB    “The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.  He makes me lie down in green pastures; He leads me beside quiet waters.”

Email a picture of the written memory verses with an illustration to your homeroom teacher by Friday, please.

 Math-practice fact cards daily

 Reading-read a minimum of 3 pages from your reader each day-Read, read, read!  Each class will be having a reading challenge-Take out any sheet of paper you have at home and get to reading!  You or your family member write down each book you read with the author and number of pages-if it is a chapter book-put down the title, number of chapters, and number of pages you read.  A parent or adult must sign the final log page you created, verifying that you read all the pages written down. Please return the page with the reading log and signature-the first day we return to class in order to be counted for the contest.  Your books at home might be limited at this time, so you may also use ebooks online! The kindle app has many choices for free and the Tulsa County library does too, when you go to their website!  

-Reader pages can count for the reading challenge too! Be sure you write them down on your log too!  

-Reading challenge log begins Friday