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Apostles Lutheran School Miss Schleusener January 4, 2010

Jesus Time: The Tabernacle
We see that God directed Moses to build a place of worship and that God wants us to worship with Him regularly. Psalm 122:1 I rejoiced (was happy) with those who said to me, “Let us go to the house of the LORD.”

The Day of Atonement
We see how God taught the people of Israel about the day of Atonement, a day where He showed them that only He can forgive sins and make us At One with Him. I John 1:7 “The blood of Jesus, His Son, purifies us from all sin.”

Writing Process Begin sentences with a capital letter. End with a punctuation mark . ! or ?. Write with a space between each word. Independent Writing Write h words. Write about what they like to _____. Group Writing Write asking and telling sentences. • • • • • • •

Estimate collections of objects Count by 1’s and 2’s Write 1-10 Id dimes Review pennies and nickels Create an ABB pattern with sound and movement Count dimes to 50 cents

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Sharing ideas, listening to others sh •

Social Studies/Science
R: This week we will make rockets blast off. Look at animals and similarities and differences.

Shared Literature: Raccoons and Ripe Corn Letter: r Concept: Setting, Plot Vocabulary: corn, stalks, rows, kernels Rhyme: fun, r…, best, r…., row, g…, away, d… Finish the rhyming word duo. What is different? I have a red boat. I have a red coat. Listen for the location of ___: r Red, Mary, start, ride, roller, Rita, farmer

Music and Movement
Songs for the singing in church at the end of February and March Music Theory: treble and bass clefs, Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington, Scott Joplin –African American Musicians Spanish Songs:

Calendar of Events
January 4-8, 2010
Monday- Return the folder.

Tuesday-Full Day All children attend
Return the folder

Wednesday- Return the folder
8:45 Women’s Bible Study in the Fellowship Hall

Thursday-All Day Friday – Chapel Return folder

January 4-Evaluation of concepts learned in Reading and Math January 15-Quarter Ends Collaberation Day Dismiss at Noon January 18-No School, Martin Luther King Jr. Day January 22-Social Studies Open House 6:00 – 8:00 P.M. February 5-Collaberation Day Dismiss at Noon February 6-Kindergarten Screening for the new K1 and K2 February 12-Midterm Progress Reports Feb. 15-19 No School President’s day, Northern CA/NVTeacher’s Conference February 22-26 Spirit Week February 28 K1, K2 sing at 11:15 Meet in the Kindergarten Classroom, Parents drop children off in the classroom at 11:50 and parents wait outside of the classroom until practice is over March 8-12 Open House 8:00 A.M. – 1 P.M. for prospective parents March 19 Arbor Day March 24- K1, K2 sing at 5 P.M. arrive at 4:40 to practice


Trace a number on your child’s back. Have them write that number on paper or in play doh/paint/ other. Count by 2’s. When you count, what number follows 3? 5? 1? 8? When reading the stories below, replace a name with your child’s name. It makes it more meaningful to them. Terry brought 2 Star Wars characters to Mark’s house. Mark had 5. How many characters did they have together? Five birds were sitting on a branch. One flew away. How many were left?

Review the sight words but, is, can, my, an, at, am, big, is, a, like, in, the, I. Write a sentence using is. Topic can be about who is funny, fast, drawing, reading, or other. He is_______________. She is____________________. I am_________________. Review a story from the past.

Play a game. The focus is on taking turns, waiting patiently, staying focused, encouraging those who lost, and praising those who won. Last year, last December some of us played a game called Left, Right, Center. It was easily learned and everyone was very encouraging.