Reading: We continued to build stamina in Read to Self. We made it up to 15 minutes - twice! I think next week we’ll make it up to 20 minutes! We also focused on learning about Titles of a book. Titles are the name of the book. We learned that sometimes they are all capital letters, or just the first words are capital. Today we looked in our reading folder to see the titles of the books the students picked and we wrote them down.
Math: We started Chapter 1 with learning about addition number sentences. The students all did GREAT! I think we’ll have a super fun year with math!
Bible: We learned about Adam and Eve and what happened to them in the Garden of Eden. Everything was perfect, but Adam and Eve disobeyed God by eating the fruit from the tree that God told them not to eat. That is how sin entered the world. But God made a very amazing promise to Adam that someday he would send someone to save everyone - we know that person is Jesus!
Writing: We learned that good writers write from left to right, top to bottom, write about one idea, and underline the words they don’t know.
This week we went to the computer lab and learned how to play Spelling City games and ConnectED My Math game - Fact Dash
Science: We are learning about the Solar System!
Spelling Words: job, God, mom, hop, top, got, not, fox, a, and
Bible Memory Verse: “I have hidden your word in my heart that I might not sin against you.” Psalm 119:11
Sept 18 - No School
Sept 25, 26 - Picture Day
Sept 29 - Field Trip
1st and 2nd Grade Field Trip to Toguchi Beach (一、二年生の渡具知ビーチへの遠足）
WHEN: September 29, Friday 10:30am-2:00pm ９月29日金曜日
WHO: The 1st and 2nd Grade students will be going to Toguchi Beach for a Field Trip! All parents are invited to join us!子供たちは渡具知ビーチまで遠足にいきます。ご父母の皆さんもどうぞ来てください。
WHAT: Students will enjoy God’s creation at the beach, while getting to know their fellow students and teachers. Students can spend the day playing at the park and searching for wildlife on the beach front.子供たちは神様の素晴らしい世界と生徒たちとの交わりを過ごしながら遠足を楽しみます。
Students can swim ONLY if a parent is watching them. If a parent does not go, the student can wade in the water up to their knees.