This Week in First Grade, May 29th through June 2nd

This Week in First Grade…

May 29th through June 2nd, 2017

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The month of June comes upon us towards the latter part of the week.  

Here’s to the last ten days of our 2016-2017 school year!

Take a look at what’s going on this week in first grade!

Monday, May 29th

No School, Memorial Day

Tuesday, May 30th

1:30 PM, 8th Grade Awards Ceremony

Wednesday, May 31st

Hot Lunch: Pizza

10:00 AM, 8th Grade Clap Out

7:00 PM, 8th Grade Graduation

don't forget

Order your school supply kit for the 2017-2018 school year! Order online by June 9th!

Picnic and Field Day: June 8th!

Permission Slip Due No Later than Wednesday, May 31st

big_image_recessMay and June Lunch/Recess Calendars are open!

Please contact Pam Rohrbacher if available

We thank you in advance!

Room 107: May 30th, 31st, and June 1st

Room 108 needs volunteers all week!

*Recess begins at 11:15am for the first graders.

Lunch begins at 11:35 am and ends at 12:00 pm.

 

Our Special’s Schedule this Week:

Rotation Day Room 107 (Tyk) Room 108 (Gearen)
Monday– NO SCHOOL NO SCHOOL
Tuesday– A Art, Library, Music Art, Library
Wednesday– B TLC GYM
Thursday–C Spanish, Science Lab TLC, Music
Friday– D Music Spanish, TLC

**Please make a note of when your class has gym this week: GYM SHOES REQUIRED ON GYM DAYS**

**RETURN YOUR LIBRARY BOOKS!**

In the Classroom…  

…this week in Spelling: The classrooms will create a list of words with the /er/ sound.  We will review that though we hear that sound in many words, there are multiple ways of writing the /er/ sound; students will  sort words based on the <ur>, <ir> and <er> word part.  

Spelling List #32:

mud, jam, sent, her, dummer, river, number, always, also, woodpeckertelling time

…this week in Reading: Both classrooms will read short stories in small groups, write about their favorite part in the story read, and then share their work with the class.  Room 107 will conclude their last 1.6 text, Super Oscar, and take their 1.6 Reading Assessment on Wednesday, May 31st.  

…this week in Math: Students will alternate telling time to the hour and half hour.  The classrooms will wrap up Chapter 9 at the end of the week, reviewing techniques for measuring and telling time.

weather…this week in Religion Studies: As we continue identifying and discussing Saints, classrooms will also name and demonstrate coping skills for dealing with name calling.

…this week in Science: We will using what we already know about the seasons and connecting that information to weather.  We will focus on the essential questions of “what is weather?” as well as “what we can observe about weather?”

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