*Fruity or Sour candy
*Dark chocolate carmels
4/1 PTA Popcorn Friday
4/5 Spring Picture Day (class pictures)
4/6 Parent Ed. Night - Amy Lang, Bees and Kids 7:00pm - 8:00pm
4/7 1st Grade Musical 6:30pm - 7:00pm
4/7 Student Council Meeting 3:00pm - 3:45pm
4/8 Ms. Walker's last day
4/11-4/15 Spring Break - NO SCHOOL
Reading: I can practice reading fluently.
Writing: I can work on developing a character for my realistic fiction writing.
Math: I can solve double digit addition and subtraction problems with and without regrouping or borrowing.
Social Studies: I know about maps and can explain why and how they are used.
Phonics: I can identify and write compound words.
Bits and Pieces
Please be sure to go in and mark that your child's minutes have been approved by you. If you are having trouble logging in, the password is Comets (with a capital C) and the login page is on the PTA website.
Now that we are halfway through the school year I am finding that many students have lost their crayons and colored pencils in class. We use these quite often and it is challenging if a student doesn't have the supplies they need. Would you please ask your child how their supplies are and restock what is needed.
We are also in need of some baby wipes for the classroom. We use these to keep our desks and other surface areas clean.
It is very important that students bring their planners each day. Please help your child to make sure it is in their backpack each morning. This is one way for us to communicate daily and for them to let you know something we did in school that day. Students also use them to practice their spelling words in class.
We are going to continue having 2 snacks a day. We are almost out of class and and would love to get donations for the classroom to help with days students don't have snack. Some ideas of things the students like are squeezie packs of apple sauce, goldfish, ritz crackers, graham crackers, fruit snacks, or other crackers.
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1. Be respectful
2. Be responsible
3. Be resourceful
4. Be safe
*Books: We can always use gently used or new books! (note: ordering scholastic online earns us free book coupons)
*Fun Writing Paper: Different paper makes writing stories that much more fun! (it does not have to be lined)
*Age Appropriate Games and puzzles: (gently used) We love having different games for choice time!
*Electric (or battery) Pencil Sharpener
8:30-8:40 Entry Task/Attendance/Lunch Count
8:40-8:50 Class Meeting/Check in
8:50-10:20 Literacy Block
-Spelling Practice/Word Work -Read to self
-Guided Reading -Buddy Read
-Making Meaning -Work on writing
11:00-11:30 Literacy Continued
1:45-2:45 Science/Social Studies/Health/Art
2:45 Pack up
**Wednesday Dismissal: 12:45 **
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