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First Grade September 2016

First Grade September 2016
Picture Day!

Monday, May 22, 2017

Tick Info - A note from UES Nurse


Image result for tick insect clip art
This is a reminder to have your kids dressed appropriately (ex. pants tucked into socks w closed toe shoes) for ECO and do self checks when they arrive home. We do prepare by managing clothing appropriately to prevent tick bites, and students have learned how to do self tick checks upon returning to school from all outings. May is the month there are the most ticks. Here is a link to the Tick Encounter Resource Center which is a wonderful resource. 














Friday, May 19, 2017

Fourth grade has planned spirit week for June 12th. Look for details in a schedule coming home in red folders soon! 

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Today we enjoyed an outing to learn more about the sustainability work happening among students and teachers at MHS. We were joined by our big buddies and loved a stop at the statehouse to appreciate the tulips and sunshine 
Getting ready for Wing It!!
May 25 6 pm. Students arrive in classrooms at 5:45 p.m. Daytime performances are Wednesday at 9 a.m., Thursday at 11 a.m.

ECO Day

Super birders at play
Stream exploration revealed salamanders, fish and snails and water striders
Creative nature play with clay
Bird nest discovery and wondering
Following the sounds and songs of a yellow throated sparrow


Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Reading closely

Learning the power of the story retell with a rich text: Boxes for Katje. Ask your child to tell you the story, it will help them prepare to write about it in sequence and use, rich vocabulary as well as transition words more accurately 

Monday, May 8, 2017

Petunia

Learning literacy skills through art!

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Community


Another community adventure together, this time learning how the local Coop grocery works for everyone our farmers and shoppers, too



Appreciations

A week full of beautiful, creative and funny first grade gratitudes. I'm a lucky teacher!

Monday, May 1, 2017

Time

PThis week we will focus math games on telling time to the half hour and quarter hour. As game boards and completed work comes home in your child's red folder please review it together- the more practice telling time the quicker it comes to mind. Have fun!
Counting by fives around the clock for accuracy