WELCOME TO FIRST GRADE!
Hello! Below you will find a list of instructions of work for your child to complete along with a video explaining how the work is to be completed. I will be posting videos each day.
I wanted to keep the website orderly so I have removed assignments from last week. I have saved them in a separate file if you would like to see them again.
**In order to make sure the work is being completed, I am going to ask that you take a picture of your completed work and email it to me by 8:00 pm the day after it is assigned.**
To try and have all the first grade assignments from other classes on one page I will write the information I know below. Please continue to check individuals teachers pages as well just in case.
Science : No more Science zoom’s this school year! Thanks for working so hard to become little scientists!
Music : Mrs. Minetti shared an email with the class Monday, if you need the information forwarded please let me know!
Art : Teddy Bear Assignment due May 14th – See Mr. Konciak’s page for details. Mr. Konciak has posted the slides on his page! IF YOU NEED TO E-MAIL MR KONCIAK PLEASE E-MAIL HIM AT—firstname.lastname@example.org
Computers : See Mrs. Sanchez’s web page regarding how to log on!
5/27 CODING. Students and parents, we start Code.org
Students previously began practicing this program in the media center.
Parents I have sent an individual email with the password for each student, if for some reason you did not receive the email please send me an email asking for your child’s password to enter Code.org
Spanish : 5/19 Please see Mrs. Sanchez’s page for video instructions. Do WB pgs 52-54. Mrs. Sanchez’s new email is email@example.com Please make sure to be handing in all missing assignments to Mrs. Sanchez!
Gym : No more gym class this school year, make sure to stay active over the summer!
Monday 6/8 – Don’t forget to log on to Flipgrid for daily attendance! (Please post a video by 8:00 pm or you will be marked absent for the day.)
Work this week is going to be a little different. We are officially done with our academic work! Each day there will be a small activity you can do!
- A Summer Bucket List: A bucket list is a list of activities that you want to do. Here is an actual bucket for you to write the list of things you want to do this summer on!
Tuesday 6/9 – Don’t forget to log on to Flipgrid for daily attendance! (Please post a video by 8:00 pm or you will be marked absent for the day.)
No work today! I’ll see your parents at the school for book exchange!
Wednesday 6/10 – Don’t forget to log on to Flipgrid for daily attendance! (Please post a video by 8:00 pm or you will be marked absent for the day.)
It’s the last day of school! I am so so proud of all the hard work you have done this year. You have had to adapt to a new way of instruction in a matter of days and that is truly impressive. While I am sad that you will be moving on to bigger and better things in 2nd grade, I am so happy because it means that you are learning and that you are ready for it.
I love you all so dearly and please remember:
“And will you succeed? Yes! You will, indeed! (98 3/4 percent guaranteed.) KID, YOU’LL MOVE MOUNTAINS! So… be your name Buxbaum or Bixby or Bray or Mordecai Ali Van Allen O’Shea, you’re off to Great Places! Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting. So… get on your way!”
– Dr. Seuss
If you’re looking for something extra (and fun!!) to do, Scholastic has provided engaging lessons to help during this time of online learning! It’s completely free! Just follow this link and the instructions on the page and you should be all set :D.