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Here are some ways that cooperation can be demonstrated:
Being a good listener
Respecting other ideas
Waiting patiently for a turn
Doing your fair share of a group assignment
Helping clean up a game or activity
Having a good attitude whether you win or lose
October 31: Pumpkin Party
November 7: Popcorn Friday
November 11: No School-Veterans Day
November 19: Conferences
November 26: Report Cards
November 27-28: No School-Thanksgiving Holiday
December 3-4: Conferences
December 5: Popcorn Friday
December 19: Winter Sharing Concert
December 22-January 2: Winter Break
M, T, Th F
M, T, Th, F
Wed: No School
I can read to self (build stamina).
I can read with someone.
I can identify beginning sounds.
I can identify syllables in words.
I can write true stories.
I can use a checklist to revise my writing.
Math: Unit 2
I can count to 20 by ones.
I can write numbers 0-20.
I can count up to 20 objects.
I can compose (put together) numbers 11 – 19 using a ten and some ones.
I can find and name shapes in my environment.
1. Show Respect
2. Make Good Decisions
3. Solve Problems
Kelso's Choices-Student Centered Problem Solving
Library & PE