I guess we have to still wear the winter coats, another week of cold temperatures.
Tuesday is the field trip to “The Cat in the Hat.” We’ll walk over with the 2nd graders to Dominican University for this live performance.
April 26 is “Poem in Your Pocket Day”. Each student can bring a poem, either composed or copied from a book, to put in a pocket. Then, when someone asks about it, the poem can be read. Ms. Holm has rewards for those that bring a poem to read.
ENCLOSED in Folder:
*Memory Verse 14
*Spelling List 14
-Practice Test - Thursday
-Final Test - Friday
Religion: Jesus meets up with two men from and surprises them at their home in Emmaeus; Thomas also gets to see Jesus; yes, he is truly alive! First graders will lead chapel on May 16.
Language Arts: Unit 5, Week 3: “Great Inventions” - What inventions do you know about?
Math: More pages adding two digit numbers, trading ones into tens when necessary. Please continue to practice with clocks and counting pennies, nickels, and dimes at home. We’ll have math pages about that in May, but math curriculums do not include much of that these days in 1st grade books. Thanks for your extra teaching!!
Social Studies: Learning about animals that are native to our area. Earth Day is this month.
Science: Our next chapter is about Living Things: Plants and Animals. We’ll arrange plants and animals into groups according to characteristics.
Author of the Month: Audrey Wood
Tuesday: “Cat In The Hat” field trip
March 26: “Poem in Your Pocket Day” - Bring a poem from home to read.
May 16: 1st Grade leads Chapel