First Grade Learning Guide

Week of May 3-7

Shout Outs

Shout out to all the students that made growth on their ELA and Math STAR assessment. We are so proud of you!

Supplies Needed

Please make sure your child has the following items each day for learning

  • Headphones
  • Pencils
  • Folder with writing and other assignments

*Students will leave their computers and chargers at school to ensure they are kept safe.

Hopkins Elementary News

Read Alouds Galore!

We have read alouds for your child to listen to at anytime. These stories are read by teachers and administrators at our school. The read alouds will be sent to your child's email. Click the button below to access your email. Happy reading!
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Join Our Class

Please click on the link to join your virtual class on TEAMS

Mrs. Brooks' Class

Mrs. Robinson's Class

Sight Words

The file below is a sight word review. You can review these words with your child to help them become more fluent in reading. Please review the words each night.

E-Learning Daily Schedule

7:45am-8:00am Class Family Meeting & Check-In

8:00am-9:00am Reading Workshop

9:00am-9:15am Brain Break

9:15am-10:15am Writing Workshop

10:15am-10:30am Brain Break

10:30-11:45- Math

11:45am-12:30pm- lunch/recess

12:30pm-1:15pm- Related Arts

1:15pm-2:15pm Small Groups/Dreambox/Lexia

2:15pm-2:30pm Closing

(Join us on TEAMS if you have questions before the end of the school day)

Related Arts Links

Week At A Glance

ELA Learning Targets

Students will:

  • notice sensory, imagery, rhyme, repetition, and personification to understand poems.

Students are successful when they can:

  • identify patterns in poems.
  • paint pictures in their minds.
  • explain what personification means.
  • explain how writers use tools like pens, paper, and mentor text to create poems.

Writing Learning Targets

Students will:

  • create their own poems.

Students are successful when they can:

  • create a title for their poem.
  • use repetition.
  • use descriptive words.
  • create a cover with an illustration.

Math Learning Targets

Students will:

  • Make a tally chart to organize and understand data.
  • Understand the data shown by a picture graph.
  • Understand the data shown by a bar graph.

Success Criteria:

  • Record data in a tally chart.
  • Use a tally chart to answer questions.
  • Read the data in a picture graph to answer questions.
  • Compare the data in a picture graph.
  • Read the data in a bar graph to answer questions.
  • Compare the data in a bar graph.

By Friday.....Homework Due

Students will email a picture of their homework to their teacher by Friday.

Mrs. Brooks' email:

Mrs. Robinson's email:

  • practice your sight words
  • read for 20 minutes each day
  • add books to your reading log
  • complete math pages

Important Websites

Here are some important links that you will need for learning.

Clever Student Log-In


Reading A-Z



Dates to Remember

  • May 31- No School (students & teachers)
  • June 11- Last Day of school for students/End of fourth nine weeks

Contact Us

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns. This year looks new for all of us and we are happy to help in anyway that we can.

Mrs. Robinson

Mrs. Brooks