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1st Grade News

Teachers Notes:

Only 20 more days of school! So many fun memories and great days it is hard to say goodbye. I am so proud of all of your children and my students they have all worked really hard this year and have come a long way. We still have a lot to do and learn though. We will be doing a lot in school the next few weeks so please make sure your students are getting a good breakfast and lots of rest. Thank you for all that you do and for your continued support this school year. If there is anything that I can do please let me know. Don't forget to be turning in your students reading minutes so they can make it to the reading picnic. If you have lost the sheet you can always email the minutes and that will count as well. I hope that you have a wonderful and blessed week this week.

Important Dates:

April- 

  • Friday 26 – Field Day; No Uniform Day; Family Picnic at the Track

  • Tuesday 30 – Spring Program, 7:00 p.m.

May-

  • Thursday 2 – Grades K – 2 Field Trip to Topeka

  • 14 – Fifth Grade Promotion Mass, 6:30 p.m. (No 2:00 School Mass) 

  • 17 - Last Day, K - 5, Parents vs. Fifth Graders Kickball at 8:00 a.m.; Mass at 9:30; Dismiss 11:00 a.m.

Homework:

  • Monday- Read for 10 minutes; practice spelling words, sight words, and math flash cards

  • Tuesday- Read for 10 minutes; practice spelling words, sight words, and math flash cards

  • Wednesday- Read for 10 minutes; practice spelling words, sight words, and math flash cards

  • Thursday- Read for 10 minutes; practice spelling words, sight words, and math flash cards

  • Friday- Read for 10 minutes and practice math flash cards

Spelling words:

  1. faster

  2. fastest

  3. slow

  4. slower

  5. slowest

  6. short

  7. shorter

  8. shortest

  9. away

  10. pretty

Sight Words:

  1. away

  2. pretty

  3. our

  4. never

  5. light

Reading:

In reading this week we will be learning about comparative words and how how to add er and est and the trigraph dge. We will also be working on ew, ui, and ue sounds along with the suffixes un and re. We will be talking about how technology has changed the world and reading historical fiction.

Math:

In Math this week we will be continuing our lessons on measurement and comparing objects. We will also be working on place value.

Religion:

In religion this week we will be Pentecost and why we celebrate it.

Science:

In science this week we will be talking about Earth Day and how boats find their way in the fog.

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