Life in First Grade

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! We hope you all had a GREAT winter break. We enjoyed our extra three snow days.  Our students shared their exciting adventures of building snowmen and making snow angels.  First grade has been working hard in January. We celebrated our 100th day of school. We are almost through our third reading unit with only one more story to go. This school year is...

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Life in First Grade

Well, we helped Tom Turkey stay safe during Thanksgiving! I hope that everyone had a wonderful holiday. We have had a busy few weeks learning how things grow and change and learning about communities. I have seen each one of our students growing and changing into wonderful, caring individuals. Everyone is working very hard, and I am so proud of each of them. The upper...

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FIRST GRADE NEWS

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Life in First Grade

First grade has had a busy month during September. We learned about Johnny Appleseed. Did you know that his real name was John Chapman and he was a missionary? Mrs. Richardson read us a story about him. We watched a video about his life. Did you know he wore a pot on his head and traveled west helping farmers and planting apple seeds? We are reading and learning about...

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GRANDPARENTS’ DAY

The Kindergarten through Third Grade classes will celebrate Grandparents’ Day on Friday, September 8, beginning at 1:00 P.M.  Grandparents are invited to the classrooms for a short program at the following times:  Kindergarten-1:00, First Grade-1:15, Second Grade-1:30, and Third Grade-1:45.   After each program, light refreshments will be served in the lunchroom....

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Life in First Grade

Hello, Everyone! First grade has had a busy month during August. We have had a GREAT start to the year. We have completed reading our first three reading stories. We are learning a lot about tame and wild animals. We are learning about jobs that take care of animals. Everyone tried hard on the Star test. Our top AR reader in August is a close race between John and...

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