Today students discussed what good manners are at school. We discussed a book about manners in school and how to be a strong learner. Strong learners are prepared, arrive to school on time, help others, and are always respectful.
Students continued to read a story about the beach and added onto our writing about what they like to do at the beach.
For math, we started our first module. We used a strategy to count up from 5 (5+3=8, 5+2=7, 5+0=5, etc).
We also had so much fun in media with Mrs. Hansen!
Tomorrow’s Specials: Music & Art
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Pizza / Turkey & Cheese Wrap
*Reminder: Please return your emergency form if you have not already*
Please sign up for ClassDojo as well! (Your child can also create an account, letter sent home)
** Please send a picture of your family to display on our family wall! **
Today students discussed what a good listener does. They decided that good listeners use their ears, eyes, and calm bodies to listen. They also discussed that good listeners listen to principals, teachers, and classmates. Good listeners do not interrupt, raise their hand, and follow directions. Good listeners are always kind.
Students also read a story about the beach and wrote what they liked to do at the beach.
For math we discussed what a mathematician is. Mathematicians add, subtract, work with shapes, time, and money. Mathematicians work with numbers, listen, share tools, make diagrams, and solve problems. Students created a mathematician cartoon with some of their math ideas.
**Today students are taking home an allergy paper. There are students in first grade with severe allergies. No nuts are allowed in our classroom.**
We will be having snacks during our recess time. We suggest healthy, easy to eat snacks such as:
** No candy, cookies, chips, cake, or other unhealthy snacks will be allowed.**
Tomorrow’s Special: Media Center
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Spaghetti with Halal Meatballs / Bosco Sticks
Welcome to First Grade! I am extremely excited for all of you to be in my classroom this year. I can not wait for all of the new things we will learn this year and all of the experiences we will share.
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The first day of school is August 29th (half day) 8:55 am – 12:05 pm.!