Check out the reading slideshow:
Check out our students as magnets!!
We had so much fun in science this week. We ended the week reviewing the states of matter and attributes of a magnet. Stop back in this weekend to see adorable pictures of our little scientists!
Please take some time to read our November 18 Newsletter!
Check out the fun pictures from our assembly!
We had a wonderful time celebrating the end of our second unit of writing! We split our class into three groups and so did Mrs. Stadt’s class and Miss Taber’s class. We mixed our three classrooms together and the kids got to share their stories with our other first grade friends!
And here is a compilation of our last three Friday Reading Shares:
The kids had a blast experimenting with Oobleck today. After reviewing the different forms of matter (solid, liquid, & gas) the students had the chance to get messy. They noticed that Oobleck has some attributes of a solid but some of a liquid too. Check out their enthusiastic faces!
This was so much fun and it is super easy. If you haven’t tried it before, it’s simple to try at home!
- 1 1/2 C. Corn Starch
- 1 C. Water
- Food Color (optional)
Mix the ingredients and allow children to play with the mixture. When”pushed” together, the mixture will appear dry and solid; as children let go of the mixture, it flows like a smooth liquid.
I can’t believe that we only have one more full week in November. These days are just flying by! Please take some time to read about what your child has been working on in First Grade this week: November 12 Newsletter
And then check back for a LOAD of pictures to be posted later…Halloween Party, reading shares, assembly, writing celebration, & science experiments!
We had a great assembly with the Flying Aces today! You can check out the video on our school blog. There is video footage of some of our students participating in the frisbee acts!
Check in later this week…I promise to post pictures from our assembly too!
Please be aware that a stomach virus is moving through our school. Read Mrs. Reagan’s blog post about the symptoms. Also, if your child gets this virus, keep him/her home for 24 hours to help prevent the spread of the virus to other children.