First Grade News

April 11 - 15, 2016

Lifework

April 11th is Day 4th of the Encore Rotation


Mon. Read 10 minutes.

Write final draft about your animal.

(7 sentences) Please include:

  1. Capital letters to begin sentences

  2. Ending punctuation

  3. Proper spacing

  4. Neatest D'Nealian handwriting


Tues. Read 10 minutes.

Work on animal poster or habitat.


Wed. Read 10 minutes.

Work on animal poster or habitat.


Thurs. Read 10 minutes.

Finish animal poster or habitat.

Practice verbal presentation.


Fri. Read 20 minutes.

****Animal Projects are due today, Friday, April 15th. However; they may be turned in any time earlier in the week.


Optional Lifework for the weekend of April 16th and 17th:

Write at least 3 sentences about your observations of the baby chicks. What do they look like? What do they eat? How do they move?

Spelling List 20

look

book

cookie

tooth

stool

spoon

knock

knee

know

put

could

should

Curriculum Corner

Langauge Arts: Phonics: Learn sounds of "oo." Kn - the k is silent. Benjamin Franklin Interactive Writing. D'Nealian Handwriting letter Uu.

Math: Continue growing patterns and assess. Begin fractions of a set.

Social Studies: Famous Americans: Benjamin Franklin

Animal Report Directions and Schedule Due April 15

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Final Yearbook Presale

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Annual Talent Show April 29th

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Star Students

Mrs. Brandt - Eliana Ward

Mrs. Buck - Devin Wanchoo

Mrs. Moore - Soleil Titus

Star of the Week Instructions

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April Poem

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Tulips

by Winifred C. Marshall


The tulips that bloom by the old garden wall,

I play are fine ladies all dressed for a ball.

Some wear fluffy ruffles of yellow or white,

While others wear crimson or orange so bright.


If they're caught in a shower on their way to a ball,

The rain does not hurt their silk dresses at all;

They're washed in dewdrops and dried in the sun;

To wear rainproof dresses, I think would be fun.