Miller's Little Ponies
Fun in First Grade
Learning with Miller's Littles
Spring into Reading!
Spring reading assessments coming up soon! Keep reading! :D
Julia and Olivia searching for word study words in Mr. Turtle.
Chris and Isabella making words.
Lillie and Savanna reading about tadpoles turning into frogs.
Daniel writing about what he likes best about the month of April.
Camden listening to a new Skippy Jon Jones book.
Savanna said she likes searching for Easter eggs in April.
Daniela and Olivia are all smiles starting reading groups.
Look at Chris pointing to his words while reading!
Reading groups are fun, games, and focus all rolled into one!
Ben choosing to read in a comfortable place.
Grace reading with some stuffed animal friends.
Savanna choosing to sit in a friend's open seat during free choice time.
Olivia is comfortable and focused!
Christopher loves Ladybug Girl books.
Pop up books are a first grade favorite. Mia loves interacting with these fun books.
Math is springing into a new place value unit!
Book Buddies are a blast!
Here we are with our book buddies. We were able to go outside and enjoy our books in the sunshine. We had a blast reading together!
Quick Start Tennis
Look at us getting our tennis racquets and Quick Start tennis balls! We are so lucky!
We were in the news! Wow!
Miller's Littles are Awesome and Active!
We are so thankful for tennis!
Abigail says she's getting better and better at tennis every day.
We are sending our thank you notes to the Quick Start president...who also teaches tennis at Camp Friendship!
Play time in first grade helps us get the most out of our learning time!
Wear green on Wednesday, April 22nd for Earth Day!
Monday, April 13th, 7:45am to Friday, April 17th, 2:30pm
1407 Crozet Avenue
We have many fun crafts coming up. If you are able, please send in as many of these materials as you can. THANK YOU! :D
1. Crayons (many of the kids don't have a full color set anymore)
2. Glue Sticks (we are totally out!)
3. Disinfecting Wipes (one container left and lots of germs left to kill)
4. Ribbon (for an Earth Day tree activity)
5. Fabric Scraps (Earth Day activities)
6. Wrapped Candy (The office staff and our cafeteria staff work hard every day for the well being of our children. Please help us to honor them by sending in a package of individually wrapped candies!)