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First Grade Newsletter


October


Dear Parents,


***We will have an E-Learning Day on October 13th. Your child will not come to school on this day. They will have Seesaw assignments to complete at home on this day. The purpose of the E-Learning days is to allow students to get more familiar with distance learning. We will send out a paper that explains the assignments your child will be expected to complete. These assignments should take no longer than an hour to complete. We will have three more E-Learning days coming up in the school year. We will send more information at a later date. 


Attention Parents/ Important Information

  • Please start looking for your child an ADULT SHORT SLEEVE MEDIUM WHITE t-shirt and send it to school, we will be making Native American shirts for Thanksgiving.  Also, please be looking for a long-sleeved t-shirt or sweatshirt that fits your child to send for their Christmas shirts. We start working on the shirts early. 

  • Anyone who would like please send treats for our Halloween treat bags. (Example: Candy, erasers, pencils, stickers)

  • October 12th- Fall Break/No School 

  • October 13th- E-Learning Day/ No School 

  • November 12th- Veteran’s Day Observed

  • November 23rd- E-Learning Day/ No School 

  • November 24th-27th- Thanksgiving Break 

 

**These are the words and concepts we will teach for the next couple of weeks. Please continue checking Seesaw daily for new announcements and information.


October 5th- 9th  Unit 2 Week 1 

  • New Sight Words  - again  help   new   there  use 

  • Blend the following words with Short/e/- red  jet  bed  head  smell 

October 12th-16th- Review Week of Unit 1  

October 19th-23rd Unit 2 Week 2

  • New Sight words -  could  live  one  then  three   

  • Blend the following words with Short/u/ -  mud   duck  huff  stuff  cub   

October  26th-30th- Unit 2 Week 3 

  • New Sight Words- eat  no  under  of  who 

  • Blend the following words with end blends: nest  went  jump  trunk  


Your student should be able to read the following sentences:   

The skunk is in the tent!  Is the test on the desk?  An ant is not fast. 


Grammar: Possessive nouns, singular nouns, plural nouns  

A singular nouns names on person, place, or thing.    A plural nouns name more than one person, place, or thing. 

A possessive noun uses an apostrophe and the letter “s” to show that someone or something owns something.



Start making math fact cards with your child.  This week start working on math facts, adding 0 to a number.  0+1=1  0+2=2  0+3=3  0+4=4  0+5=5  0+6=6  0+7=7  0+8=8  0+9=9  0+10=10 0+0=0, 1+1=2, 2+2=4, 3+3=6, 4+4=8, 5+5=10, 6+6=12, 7+7=14, 8+8=16, 9+9=18, 10+10=20, 1+1=2, 2+1=3, 3+1=4,4+1=5, 5+1=6, 6+1=7, 7+1=8, 8+1=9, 9+1=10  They will be tested on these soon.