1st Grade Page

 

 

Welcome to Mrs. Saleck-Weber's First Grade Class Page!

 




   

  Nov. 12-16, 2018

        Last week we worked hard on our bat reports!  It was our first try at informational writing, and we did a great job!  This week, we'll think more about things we're thankful for, and we'll use our ideas to write a prayer in Religion.  Here are more activities the fabulous first graders will be working on: 

 

 

 
  

 

 

 

   

 

 

 The Bean Bag Toss and Halloween Bingo were part of Halloween FUN! 

     

    

LANGUAGE ARTS:  

   Our phonics focus will be -le words like candle and wiggle.  We're starting to work on harder and longer words!  We'll do many word work activities to help us practice and we'll also practice with the Superkids story "Fiddlesticks!".  

  

   MATH:  

   We'll continue to work on subtraction facts up to 10.  We'll try the math strategies Mental Math, Use Your Fingers and Count Back during our math centers to practice subtraction, too. We'll also celebrate Day 50 of School on Thursday with math activities that center around the number 50!  

 

   RELIGION:  

   We'll work on Chapter 6: God Speaks to Us.  This chapter will help us think about how God speaks to us in many ways, even when we least expect it.  We'll also discuss things we are thankful for and how we can have an "attitude of gratitude" to get ready for Thanksgiving. 

 

   SCIENCE/SOCIAL STUDIES:

           We'll continue our social studies unit on "People of Long Ago and the First Thanksgiving".           We'll compare the past and the present to help us how people lived long ago.  We'll also               work on some Thanksgiving projects!  

             

    

 


 
  

 

 

 

 

 

Spooky Pictures and more Bingo! 

 

   IMPORTANT UPCOMING DATES:  

   Weds., Nov. 21, Thurs., Nov. 22, Fri., Nov. 23: NO SCHOOL!  THANKSGIVING BREAK! 

    Mon., Nov. 26: No School!  Teacher Workshop Day!

     

 

        HOMEWORK:   

 Our Reading Logs will come home every Friday.  Each child should practice reading at least 5X a week, on his/her own or with a family member, write the books read on the log and then return the Reading Log the next Friday. 

Spelling homework comes home weekly.  

 

PARENT COMMUNICATIONS:

 1st grade News Nov. 8

 

 

I  look forward to a great year working with you and the 

FABULOUS FIRST GRADERS! 

   

If you have questions or concerns, please contact me at saleckwebert@mmsaschool.org
or 651-489-1459.  Together we will work together to make your child's 1st grade year one
of learning, growth and fun!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

 

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