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MCES FIRST GRADE NEWSLETTER Math During quarter three, first grade students learn the terms Students and staff can wear college gear every fraction, halves, and half, partition a whole into equal Friday in March! parts and naming each part with a
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  MCES FIRST GRADE NEWSLETTER MathImportant Dates 2/27-3/3 Read Across America Week, 3/1 Early Release @ 11:45, 3/14 MCES Blood Drive, 3/16 S.T.E.A.M Night & 1 st Grade PTA Performance, 3/30 Quarter 3 Ends, 3/31 Teacher Workday Science/Social Studies Students will complete lessons on community change over time, folktales and celebrations for Social Studies. They will begin studying rocks and other earth materials . Literacy Students and staff can wear college gear every Friday in March! Created by: The Little Ladybug Shop During quarter three, first grade students learn the termsfraction, halves, and half, partition a whole into equal parts and naming each part with a fraction, explore the idea that when you cut a whole into more fractional pieces, the pieces are smaller, develop accurate measurement techniques, solve problems about comparing lengths, understand that measuring an object using different-length units will result in different measurements, name, notate, make connections between counting by tens and place value, reason about more, less, and equal amounts, determine whether equations are true or false, develop fluency with the 2-addend combinations of 10, develop strategies for solving problems with an unknown change/start, visualize, retell, and model the action in addition and subtraction (removal) situations, and connect written numbers and standard notation (>, <, +, , =) to the quantities and actions they represent.Students will also be completing the 2-minute timed Subtraction Fluency assessments. Please use flash cards, Dreambox, ABCya.com, or Xtramath.com to practice subtraction fact fluency.Students will read fiction and pay attention to characters in books. Students work together to retell stories and notice changes in characters in the stories they read and hear. The tasks in reading assess the to follow character development (e.g., notice how a character changes from the beginning of a story to the end), a skill they will transfer to their own writing. Students will apply strategies for reading fluently and accurately. Students will begin comparing books across genres, noticing similarities and differences among books, characters, and topics. Students first learn to write about an opinion and support the opinion with reasons. Students should be reading and completing tasks on a G/H/I book level.
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