Wanted: Wonderful Wildcats!

Found: Bayne and Anderson's Fantastic First Graders

BAYNE AND ANDERSON'S FIRST GRADE BULLETIN

First Grade * Dana Elementary School * May-June 2012


Contact Us

Dana School:

(828) 685-7743

If it’s during the day, leave a message for us with Mrs. Hill.


Class Website

Our class website is up and running! Stop by for a while! :o)


http://www.dan.henderson.k12.nc.us/Teachers/jnbayne-web/


Scholastic Book Club - remember every time you order online you earn a free book for your child's classroom!


https://clubs2.scholastic.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/LogonForm


**Please send a note in your child's agenda if you would like the class code to place an order online!


Thanks for contributing to creative minds and unlimited possibilities!

Busy Bees

  • May 31: Hot Dog Dinner/Student Performance 5:30-7:00


  • June 7: 5th Grade Celebration at Jackson Park 12:00


  • June 8: Students Last Day of School * End of Year Extravaganza 10:30


HAVE A SAFE, SUN-FILLED, FUN-FILLED SUMMER! Hope to see you in August!

Author Michael Rosen performing his story "We're Going on a Bear Hunt"

How to Make a S'more!

Warning: your mouth will be salivating and you WILL want to eat a s'more after viewing. :o)


When you give a first grader a s'more, s/he'll smile and ask for s'more (some more). :o)


Enjoy!


http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-S'more (this is the original site we used)


http://www.howcast.com/videos/25124-How-To-Make-SMores (here is another with the same video and different presentation of information)

CLASS PROMISE

"We will use our manners. We will be nice to our friends and ourselves. We will walk quietly in the hallways and respect our school's property. We will smile everyday and begin our day and end our day with a great attitude!"

Animated Mindbenders

Educational links for exploration and brain power!

Making Math Move!

Least to Greatest: Hang the Wash!

Double Wammy!

http://www.hbschool.com/activity/lets_compare/


1. Find the value of the coins in each group.


2. Compare both groups and decide if they are (> < =) (greater than, less than, equal to)

Reading

Science

Please enjoy our bulletin but stay tuned! There will be more to come!