Today we worked with sequence in texts. We reread a text about what mother bears teach their cubs. The children were to fold a paper into fourths and draw pictures to show what happened first, next and last. We also worked with /ch/ . We practiced looking for ch in words. It is important for readers to see the ch and know that the sound may be /ch/, /k/ or /sh/. Most of the time it will be /ch/ like in cheese, so that is what we are working with now. We also did a paper to sort /ch/ and /c/ words.
In math, we worked with using the words more, less and fewer. The children need to be able to communicate about comparing groups using these words. They need to understand what is being asked when they are used in questions. When talking about fewer, the children need to thing about which group doesn't have as many. We will continue to practice working with these words.
We tried to have reading groups in the morning, and I was able to get to two which is what is reasonable given the time we have online. Wednesdays I try and have more groups. The children did pretty well doing the work I assigned that you printed out. I will try and get papers sent for each week to you earlier so you have time to print them out.
Have a great evening!