First Grade Day 165

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Today’s Assignments: 27th May 2024

Today in Science, you’ll learn about the four seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter.

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Reading/Literature 1
Read in your reading book for 20 to 30 minutes and record it in your Reading Log.

  1. Print Lined Story Paper
  2. Draw a picture describing what you read and write a sentence about it.
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Language Arts 1
Spelling: Write each of your spelling words once

  1. Print Lined Paper
  2. Spelling words are at the bottom of this page
  3. Point to and say each word for your teacher
 Using commas in dates: When you write the date, you include commas.
  1. Example: January 7, 2013
  2. Notice there is a comma ( , ) after the 7
  3. Practice write today’s date on Lined Paper
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Math 1

How to Tell Time: A clock is a device used to tell the time. The clock is one of the oldest human inventions. There are 24 hours in a full day. Each new day begins at 12:00 A.M. During this time you are normally sleeping, and it is in the middle of the night even though a new day has begun on the clock. Clocks have numbers on them from 1 to 12 that represent the hour. There are 60 minutes in each hour. There are 60 small lines going around the edge of the clock representing each minute of an hour. The clocks above have two lines with arrows pointing to parts of the clock. The shorter line points to the hour, and the longer line points to the minutes.

  1. Ask and answer questions with your teacher about the parts of the clock
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History/Social Studies 1
Basic Economic Concepts:

People use money to buy goods and services. A good is something you buy such as a bike. A service is something another person does for you such as a haircut. Look at the list below and tell your teacher if they are a good or a service.

  1. An ice cream cone
  2. A taxi cab ride
  3. A book
  4. Getting a check up at the doctor’s office
  5. A bouquet of flowers
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Science 1
How Things Work

A season is the division of the year by changes in the weather and hours of daylight. There are four different seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter. Depending on where you live, the seasons can be either mild or strong.

  1. Spring comes after Winter and before Summer, and is when flowers bloom
  2. Summer comes after Spring, and is the warmest time of the year
  3. Fall comes after Summer, and is when the leaves turn orange, and fall
  4. Winter comes after Fall, and is the coldest season of the year
  5. Print Lined Story Paper. Draw a picture of your favorite season and write a sentence explaining why
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Visual and Performing Arts 1

Make a chain snake or chain caterpillar.

  1. Cut strips of different colored construction paper
  2. Make interlocking rings, and add the face
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Physical Education 1

  1. Standing straight, bend at the waist and touch your feet – hold for 10 seconds
  2. Standing straight, hands on waist, then touch your knees, then touch your feet, then touch your knees, repeat 10 times
  3. 10 jumping jacks
  4. Run in place for 3-5 minutes
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This Weeks Spelling Words

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