Build a Neighborhood Activity
Mem Fox web site
Classroom Volunteers read to children, assist teacher and students during the Reader’s and Writer’s Workshop, with special projects, or school events.
Chaperone a field trip! Prior notification of upcoming trips and approximate costs will be given. Parent Role for Field Trips: student safety, facilitation of learning and interaction with students.
Mrs. Austin - Room 1
Mrs. Zavitz - Room 2
Miss Inzitari - Room 3
Miss Inzitari's Blog
Ms. McGee - Room 4
Ms. McGee's blog
Mrs. McGee - Room 5
Ms. Davis - Room 6
Miss Cavanna - Room 10
DRA Proficient Levels: Fall – 3, Winter – 12, Spring – 18.
Reader’s and Writer’s Workshop:
Non-fiction, Author Study, Narrative, Poetry
Oral Language Development
Application of Phonemic Awareness and Phonics
How to Study Literature
Math: Everyday Mathematics
Numbers & Numeration: counting; reading and writing numbers; investigating place value of whole numbers; exploring fractions and money.
Operations & Computation: learning addition and subtraction facts, fact families and extended facts; beginning informal work with properties of numbers and problem solving.
Data & Chance: collecting, organizing, and displaying data using tables, charts and graphs.
Measurement & Reference Frames: using tools to measure length, capacity, and weight; using clocks, calendars, timelines, thermometers, and ordinal numbers.
Geometry: exploring 2-dimensional shapes (squares, triangles, rectangles) and 3-dimensional shapes (pyramids, cones, prisms).
Patterns, Functions, and Algebra: exploring attributes, patterns, sequences, relations, and functions; finding missing numbers and rules in problems; studying properties of operations (addition & subtraction).
Social Studies & Science
Neighborhoods and Communities:
Myself, my family, my school community, my city.
Community celebrations around the world.
Balance & motion
Air and Weather
Metamorphosis: Life cycles of insects