Fabulous First Grade Flyer
Week of February 1st - February 5th, Issue 20
Fantastic First Graders
Kaitlyn Kruep, Alice Peterson, Christian Cortez, Betsy Faulkner, Jack Morgan, Mia Freeman, and Arianna Truong
101 DAYS OF SCHOOL CELEBRATION
In Kindergarten, your child was able to celebrate the 100th day of school. In First Grade, we will be celebrating the 101st day of school. The 101st day is on Monday FEBRUARY 8th. To help us celebrate, we ask to have your child dress in black and white…101 Dalmatian theme. Throughout the day, we will be completing different activities that are related to the number 101 and the 101 Dalmatians.
We look forward to celebrating the 101st day!!
Helen Lester Author Visit
Six Flags Read to Succeed!!!
Folsom is participating in an exciting program that encourages students in grades K through 6 to read for fun. Read to Succeed is a free program sponsored by Six Flags Theme Parks. Every student who completes six hours of recreational reading before the school’s deadline noted below is eligible for a free admission ticket valid at one participating Six Flags Theme Parks. Students will develop a greater appreciation for books when they see that you think reading is important too. You are sure to have fun as you investigate the world of reading together!
All forms are due by Friday, February 12th!
If you need a new form please click HERE!
Elementary Night at Prosper High School Basketball Night
February 12th, we will exchange Valentine greetings by doing the following:
*Please make a Valentine bag, box, etc. at home and bring to school on Friday, February 12. Classroom instructional time is not used to make Valentine bags or boxes.
* Fun stickers, pencils and candy (suckers, ring pops, fun-dip, etc.) items may be attached to Valentine cards to be distributed by students to other students.
Karate Belt Math GREEN BELT
We have been working on the “Doubles and Near Doubles” strategy. I am attaching the Green Belt flash cards we are using in class. The best way to approach them is to have your child sort the cards into two piles: doubles and near doubles. Focus first on learning all the doubles then gradually mix in the near doubles. You can even encourage them to explain out loud to you “since I know 5+5=10 then I know 5+6 must be one more so it’s 11”
I hope you enjoy helping your student prepare for this at home. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask. Please use the attached documents to work on these concepts at home.
Do you want to help with Watch DOGS Dads at Folsom, but only have 30 minutes to spare? Sign up for our morning car duty! 7:15-7:45 am and then head to work. Sign up as many times as you want on any day, just click on the following link:
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Thank you for your help!
Mark Your Calendars
February 8th- 101st Day of School
February 12th- Valentines Day Exchange at 2:00
February 15th- NO SCHOOL- Presidents Day
February 24th- Folsom Friday Live
March 3rd- Open House
March 7th-11th- SPRING BREAK
Math: Numeration and Place Value to 80 (Tens and Ones, Standard, Expanded Form)
Writers Workshop: Parts of a Letter
Readers Workshop: Author Study- Jan Brett
Word Work: -ake, -ade, qu, bl
Grammar: Compound Words
Word Wall Words: made, been, then, new, take
Social Studies: Historical Figures-Garrett Morgan