Ms. Sampson’s class studied warm and cool colors with Ms. Deas.


Ms. Pearce’s class Life at Home Then and Now


Ms. Porter’s class Life at Home Then and Now


Ms. Sampson’s class Life at Home Then and Now


Upcoming Field Trip: 

Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Date: Tuesday, March 20th, 2018
Price: Free
We will be celebrating the first day of spring at Brooklyn Botanic Garden.  All students must be in full uniform and bring lunch.
Permission slips will be sent home on Tuesday, March 6, 2018.





Please read with your child every night for at least 25 minutes.  Ask your child questions and have discussions about the book you are reading.  Consider using works from such great children’s authors as Bill Martin, Jr. and Dr. Seuss.

Unit 3
Big Idea: Predicting Change

Essential Question: Why do characters react in certain ways?

We are reading “Come On, Rain!” by Karen Hesse.  Later this month, we will begin reading “Snowy Day” by Ezra Jack Keats.  You may ask your child the following comprehension questions while we are reading “Come On, Rain!”:

Come On, Rain! by Karen Hesse (YouTube Read Aloud)

-Who are the characters in the story?
-What is the setting?
-How is the girls’ reaction to the rain different from their mothers’ reaction? Use evidence from the text to support your response.
-Why does Tessie give Mamma a cold glass of iced tea?

Review the following vocabulary words:

Your child is learning to identify letters and letter sounds.  We have currently introduced the letters Aa, Ff, Ii, Mm, Nn, Rr, Ss, Ee, Tt, Uu, Pp, Kk, Hh, and Ll.  Practice letter sounds daily.

Fundations Basic Keyword Video


Standards: (RL.K.1) Ask and answer questions about key details in a text.
(RL.K.4) Ask and answer questions about unknown words in a text.