Last Week

22 -23 May – Regular Days

24 May – Teddy Bear Picnic (8:30-10:50)

25 May – Field Day (Field Day shirts will not be issued if your students has any missing books or fines)

26 May – Last Day – Out at 11 AM (Yearbooks will not be issued if your students has any missing books or fines)

We will not have spelling words or a fluency passage this week.

Students do not need to bring Planners and Homework Folders this week.

Teddy Bear Brunch

May 24th from 8:30-10:50. We’re asking for kids to bring the following items based on their last name. If you can’t bring what you’ve been assigned please let us know ASAP. That way we can make sure we have enough of each item for both classes to have.

The students may also bring a Teddy Bear to the brunch. If you have any questions please contact me.

Food Assignments

NO NUTS!

A-E – Gogurt

F-L – Sliced Fruit

M-R – Doughnuts

S-Z – Capri Suns

 

 

15-19 May

24 May – Teddy Bear Picnic

25 May – Field Day

26 May – Last Day – Dismiss at 11.

Spelling Words  (Review 2) – friend, white, scoop, brown, flown, never every, brave, would, mixed, block, hopped, paint, stripe, spray

Vocabulary – None

Math – Reviewing money, time, measurement and shapes

8-12 May

Please return any library books that your student has checked out ASAP.

8-12 May DIBELS Testing

24 May – Teddy Bear’s Picnic

Language Arts

We have finished the regular curriculum. For the next three weeks we will review concepts learned during  the year. I will still be sending home Read Naturally Passages.

Spelling (Review 1) –  Graph, which, flagpole, himself, brave, chases, after, write, these, street, tenth, their, light. myself, funny, small

Vocabulary – None

Math – We will be reviewing money, time and measurement for the next couple of weeks. Students will not have math homework unless there is something they do not complete during class.

Teddy Bear’s Picnic

Teddy Bear

Teddy Bear Picnic

The 1st grade classes will be celebrating the end of the year with a Teddy Bear Brunch on May 24th from 8:30-10:50. We’re asking for kids to bring the following items based on their last name. If you can’t bring what you’ve been assigned please let us know ASAP. That way we can make sure we have enough of each item for both classes to have.

The students may also bring a Teddy Bear to the brunch. If you have any questions please contact me.

Food Assignments –  NO NUTS!

A-E – Gogurt

F-L – Sliced Fruit

M-R – Doughnuts

S-Z – Capri Suns

Thank You,

Mrs. Harper and Mrs. Hill

1-5 May

4 MayBrick Orders Due! Please help support the school. I have showed the kids the design for our brick and they are excited about it.

Language Arts

Understanding Characters, Suffix (ly), Adjectives that Compare

Spelling Words – even, baby, paper, below, open, tiger, zero, because, begin, music, table, silent

Vocabulary Words – brothers, loved, people, everyone, most, sorry, field, only

Math

We have finished with our math book. We will spend the last few weeks reviewing concepts with time, money and measurement.

24-29 April

26 April – Last Day to turn in box tops!

Read-a-thon – Our class raised about $500. Thank You everyone!

Language Arts

Cause and Effect, Prefix un) and Adverbs

Spelling – sad, slowly, trick, helpful, sadly, dust, tricky, quickly, slow, dusty, help, hopeful

Vocabulary – almost, gone, idea, any, happened, leaves, behind, hello

Math

Chapter 10 – 3 dimensional shapes

17-21 April

Last Call for Box Tops 2017

21 April – Read-a-thon Pledges due. The class and the student who raise the most money will receive a prize.

Language Arts

Story Structure, Homographs, Adjectives

Spelling Words – my, fly, pie, light, by, cried, myself, sky, dry, night, brighter

Vocabulary Words – across, head, second, ball, heard, should, cried, large

Math

We will finish Chapter 9 on two dimensional shapes. The test will be on Thursday

10-14 April

Welcome Back

10th – Tartan DayCelebration

14th – Read-a-Thon

Read a thon

 

Language Arts

Text Features, Classificationand Types of Senences

Spelling – hard, fast, slow, soon, harder, faster, sooner, shorter, hardest, slowest, soonest, fastest

Vocabulary – always, happy,once, different, high,stories, enough, hear

Math –  We will continue Chapter 9 on two dimensional shapes. We will finish this chapter next week, with a review and a test on Wed. the 19th

27-31 March

Spring Break 1-9 April

Language Arts

Compare & Contrast, Self-Correction, Idioms, Exclamations

Spelling Words – mix, mixed, hop, hopped, hop, hoping, run, running, use, used, writing, grabbed

Vocabulary Words – above, bear, even, pushed, surprised, teacher, toward

Math

This week we will start Chapter 9 on the attributes of shapes. We will also continue to review concepts dealing with money.

March 20-24

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Language Arts

Understanding Characters, Punctuation, Contractions

Spelling Words – how, now, cow, owl, ouch, house, found, out, gown, town, shout, power

Vocabulary Words – buy, city, family, myself, party, please, school, seven

Math

We will continue learning about money this week. Next week we will start Chapter 9 on Two Dimensional Shapes and Equal Shares