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Robyn Copley
1st Grade
Conference Time:
2:00 - 3:00 Th, F
Contact:
936-709-1700
Upcoming Events
Homework
5-19 All library books due
5-22 Paperback book Exchange shopping day
5-22 Final Math test
5-25 May sight word test
5- 26 NEAT reward
5- 30 Park day 8:30-10:00 a.m. - Note coming home soon!
5-31 Game Day and Read and Share Day - Students may bring a board game and some books to read with a partner.
6-1 Last day of school.  1/2 day. Confetti parade at 11:00 to celebrate our fourth graders moving on to Mitchell and Collins Intermediate.


Thank you so much for all of my teacher appreciation goodies!  I love teaching your kids!
Study your May sight words.  


Practice math skills





Skills of the Week
Sight Words
Language Arts - Research

Writing - Review personal narratives

Word Work - Syllables

Science - Life Cycle of a Chicken

Social Studies - Research

Math - numbers to 120, hundred chart skills, greater than less than

Continue reviewing these skills:
Money and skip counting by 2's, 5's, 10's

2-d and 3-d shapes as well as word problems.  Students need to recognize plane (2D) shapes and solid (3D) figures.  Students need to know what vertices, edges, faces and bases (flat surfaces on 3D shapes) are for the shapes.  Look for objects at home and have students count how many vertices, edges, and faces it has.

3-D Shapes to know:
Rectangular prism
Cone
Cube
Sphere
Cylinder
triangular prism

Time to the half hour and hour.

Place value up to 120.  Expanded form and standard form.

Continue to work on word problems with your child as well.

Ex.  Pam has 10 seashells.  3 are in the bucket.  How many are on the towel?

Ex.  John has some candy.  He gave 3 pieces away.  Now he has 5 left.  How many pieces of candy did John have before he gave some away?

Ex.  Sam has 10 red flowers and 5 white flowers.  How many more red flowers than white flowers does he have?

Ex. I have 12 pencils.  3 are on my desk.  The rest are in my bag.  How many are in my bag?

Students should be able to read, spell, and write the words correctly.  There will be a spelling test (daily grade) and a dictation test (major grade).






Class Information


Students need to keep their 1st Grade name tag attached to their backpacks all year as this is used to scan the children as they go home each day.  Please do not let your child put stickers on these tags. :)


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