Written and Typed by Elise
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Our first days of first grade were a blast! On the first day, we spent some time getting calming our jitters with a story called First Day Jitters. Then, we read a poem called Jitter Juice and enjoyed some real jitter juice to calm our nerves! During math time, we practice counting to 120 with a song and a 120 chart puzzle, which will later become our first math center.
In the afternoon, we started learning about Daily 5, the reading structure we will use for the entire year. The first Daily 5 choice we learned about is Read to Self. Before practicing, we discussed the 3 ways to read a book. Then, we started practicing our stamina. Ask your child what the word stamina means!
Each column on our stamina chart (above right) represents a practice session. We use a new color every day so we can see how much better our stamina is with each day that we practice.
On the first day of our first full week, we enjoyed celebrating a piece of American history by watching a live feed of the solar eclipse while making our own models. Check it out below!
By: Elliot G.
Written on Tuesday, March 21, 2017
We edopted baby chicks we have one more day intill they hatch . Some of the chicks mite hatch on Thursday when the chicks hatch we will get to tuch the chicks. Frist we have to wash are hands. Chicks grow up to be hens or rosters. did you know all your eggs come from hens.
how the chick grows.
Theres thing calld the embreo its the starting of a chick on day two the hart froms. On day three the blodvessles form. Have you seen a chick.
We've been learning all about the 7 Habits of Happy Kids and Leaders this year! As part of our school-wide initiative to teach all Parkside students about the 7 Habits and incorporate them into our lives, Mrs. Hayes has been featuring a class each week to teach other students in the building about a habit. Our class was chosen to teach Habit 3: Put First Things First. Check out our video below!
With the return of the holidays, we have begun learning about place value to prepare for adding two digit numbers. We started with building teen numbers to gain a better understanding of the number 10. Then, we started building bigger numbers and comparing them. Check out our videos below!
This blog is written by the students of Mrs. McClure's class to record their learning and adventures in first grade!