1st Grade Weekly

Week 35-Subjects at a Glance:

Spelling Words

  1. hole
  2. whole
  3. no
  4. know
  5. not
  6. knot
  7. ate
  8. eight
  9. to
  10. too
  11. two
  12. right
  13. write
  14. one
  15. won

No Dictation Sentence


PhonicsHomonyms are words that sound alike but have different spellings and different meanings, such as to, too, and two.

MathReviewing all that we have learned.

Reading—Miss. Rumphius

Christian Studies—Favorite Bible Stories

CopybookDoxology

Glory be to the Father

and to the Son

and to the Holy Spirit.

As it was in the beginning,

is now and ever shall be,

world without end.

Book: A House Is a House for Me by Mary Ann Hoberman

Music:  “Movement 4: How lovely is thy dwelling place” from A German Requiem, To Words of the Holy Scriptures, Op. 45 by Johannes Brahms

Art: View of Paris from Montmartre, 1902 by Raoul Dufy (Modern Art-Fauvism)

Poetry: “How They Sleep”

Some things go to sleep in such a funny way:

Little birds stand on one leg and tuck their heads away;

Chickens do the same, standing on their perch;

Little mice lie soft and still, as if they were in church;

Kittens curl up close in such a funny ball;

Horses hang their sleepy heads and stand still in a stall;

Sometimes dogs stretch out, or curl up in a heap;

Cows lie down upon their sides when they would go to sleep.

But little babies dear are snugly tucked in beds, 

Warm with blankets, all so soft, and pillows for their heads.

Bird and beast and babe–I wonder which of all

Dream the dearest dreams that down from dreamland fall!

Science, History & Culture: Homes

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