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 Phone (815) 464-2034

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Principal: Michael L. Ruffalo
Assistant Principal: Tracy Bulfer

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Mrs. Milazzo’s 1st Grade Classroom News

Week of November 27th- December 1st

Important Dates: Monday 11/27- Spelling Pretest

Thursday 11/30- Hot Lunch

Friday 12/1- Spelling and Reading test Progress Reports (online)

Our Learning: Reading- When we return from break we will be starting a folklore story called “How Leopard Got His Spots.” Our focus will be on sequence of events and homophones. We will be taking a reading test at the end of the week over this story!

Our second reading test went great! The children had to read more independently. All that I read were the directions and questions to the students. But they had to read the story to themselves. If students had a question on a word, I did help them. They did amazing! Good work. Everyone makes me so proud. Remember to continue to read at home nightly!

Language- Students will identify and create simple commands, along with writing instructions and use possessives with ‘s.

Spelling- Our focus will be over diagraphs /ch/ and /tch/.

Math- Students took their chapter 4 math test and did awesome! Good work everyone! We began one lesson in chapter 5. Chapter 5 focuses on related facts, finding unknown numbers in problems, and solving problems where we have to choose the correct operations.

Science- We are still working on our “Sound” StemScope.

Social Studies- I am hoping to start talking about elections in social studies this week. Students will be participating in different activities for this unit. We will also have a “class election.” This is a fun unit for the kids!

Reminders: (This week’s story “How Leopard Got His Spots”)

High Frequency Words: been brown know never off out own very

Spelling Words: chin chop chip much such rich chick match catch pitch

High Frequency Words to Review: give one put small take eat blue cold for little live their water where

Class Information:

Scholastic Book Orders- Don’t forget if you are interested in ordering scholastic books, please submit your order online by November 30th so I can process the order on December 1st. Thank you!!

Gingerbread Houses- I know this is a little early, but just in case parents are looking to volunteer and take off work ahead of time, our class will be making gingerbread houses on Friday, December 15th in the afternoon. More information about this will be sent home as the date approaches us! All volunteers are welcome!

I want to say thank you to all my parents! You guys are amazing and have been a great support in my transition to 1st grade! Your children make me happy each and every day and I am so thankful for that! I hope everybody has a great Thanksgiving!




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