Classroom InformationOur Day
After the children unpack their backpacks and folders, they join me on the rug for Greeting, Share Time, Songs/Games, and Morning Letter.
The children are given the opportunity to compare, contrast, and classify categories of sounds and words. They do this through teacher directed instruction, as well as, independent learning.
This extra physical education time is provided one day a week. It lasts 30 minutes.
Please refer to the specials schedule sent home with students.
Please pack your child's nut free snack in a brown bag/reusable bag labeled with his/her name on it. It is okay to include a drink. Please keep the snack small, as snack time is only 10 minutes and we eat about an hour later. *PLEASE refer to the allergy safe snack list sent home.
We learn and practice the correct formation of letters and numerals, beginning the year with pre-writing strokes.
Students learn various genres of writing throughout the school year: narrative, non-fiction, & opinion.Literacy GroupsStudents will rotate through various literacy based stations. Stations will consist of independent work, meeting with our classroom aide, and guided reading with me.
Please label lunch money envelopes with your child's name. If your child is buying milk only, please include the milk money envelope inside his/her lunchbox.
We incorporate literature, hands-on manipulatives, and concrete representations to provide a well rounded math experience.
This is when we learn about our theme by participating in shared reading, read-alouds, shared writing, creative writing, and project/craft time.
Students have the opportunity to choose various centers in the classroom to visit. When the weather cooperates, we go outside. Please have your child wear appropriate footwear everyday.
Students are instructed on various reading strategies and comprehension skills. They are given time for independent practice and then come back together to share.Dismissal If you are picking up your child at the end of the day, be sure to send a note into school that morning