Friday, March 4, 2016

A Seuss-tastic week!

Random Acts of Kindness:  The 120th day of school is approaching and we are hoping to reach our goal of 120 Random Acts of Kindness. Students may fill out and return any completed RAKs in their green folders. Each member of our class should complete at least 10 RAKs. It is our hope that through this experience first graders will learn to be kind, thoughtful and generous members of our community.  

Writing: We are continuing our unit on informative writing. Last week, we visited our research classroom to research the mammal we will complete our report on.  First graders had the choice to research skunks, bats, or raccoons. We learned a lot of interesting facts about our mammals and took detailed notes in our research notebooks. This week, we returned to our homerooms to begin to compose our reports. We learned that each part of our report will have three components: a topic sentences, facts from our research notebook turned into sentences, and a closing sentence. We also learned that writers reread their writing to make sure it says exactly what they wanted it to say. Our first grade writers are so proud of what they have written so far and cannot wait to publish these informative reports in the coming weeks!

First Grade Seussville: Thank you for your support in helping to make our Dr. Seuss inspired week such a success! We had a blast dressing up each day and having mystery readers come in to read us Dr. Seuss books!

Talking Tidbits
-Seuss Week
-Mystery Readers
-Digraph Blends
-Our informative reports
-Using a hundreds chart
-Counting 120
-Skip Counting


Cat in the Hat Day
Mystery Reader: Mrs. Agati


Wacky Wednesday
Mystery Reader: Mrs. Hoyt


The Lorax Day
Mystery Readers: Mr. Lyons & Ms. Lane





Oh the Places You’ll Go! Day
Mystery Readers: Mrs. Nicholas & Ms. Zanotti




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