Fabulous First Grade Flyer
Week of January 19th-23rd, Issue 19
Fantastic First Graders
Jonah Clark, Cooper Anderson, Harrison Hicks, Shyla Dadwal and Nathan Gestner
The next two weeks are a wonderful time to purchase your 2014-2015 Nichols yearbook if you have not done so already. After January 16th there will be limited quantities available. The price of the yearbook is now $25.00. There WILL NOT be a wait list for yearbooks this year, so be sure to purchase one now if you are interested.
Below you will find the link to order a yearbook for your child. You will not need to input a customer number. You will need to select the state, city and the school name to begin ordering. After purchasing you will receive an email notification confirming your purchase. Please save this for your records. Yearbooks will not be distributed until the end of the school year. Thank you for ordering a Nichols yearbook!
Third Nine Weeks Spelling
Guided Reading and Mid-year Assessments
Click here for information about the January 20th Coffee with the Counselor meeting.
For information regarding volunteering, schedules, contact information and much much more check out our First Grade Website.
Practice Counting Coins
Karate Belt Math
We have been working on using various strategies to solve addition math facts. The blue belt flash cards are addition facts with a sum up to 20. Below you will find the Blue Belt cards so you can practice at home.
I hope you enjoy helping your student prepare for this at home. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask.
Cluster 3 Problem Solving- Homework Option
Cluster 3 Problem Solving
Use this link to access istation using the username and password sent home with your child.
January 19th- NO SCHOOL Martin Luther King Jr. Day
January 22nd- Report Card come home
January 23rd- Good Morning Nichols
February 3rd- PTA Meeting
February 6th- Good Morning Nichols
February 13th- Valentines Day Party
February 16th- No School (Staff Development)
February 20th- Good Morning Nichols
Math: Solve & generate subtraction problems where the start is unknown
Writing: Add details to hook my reader
Reading: Fairy Tale elements
Social Studies: Contributions that Martin Luther King Jr. made
Spelling: thing, bring, ring, say, stay, day, for, that, their, as, *spring, *daytime
Grammar: Capital letters for names, I and the beginning of sentences
Science: Ways young resemble their parents