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Saturday, April 20, 2019

First Grade - Mrs. Cofer

Classroom News

This week in First Grade April 15 - 18.

Keep encouraging students to get Jog A Long pledges. 

In Language Arts we introduce and practice reading and spelling words with the /er/ sound spelled ear as in heard. We also practice reading and spelling the long e sound spelled _ey as in monkey. It's important that your student reads the decodables that come home. These are great practice for recognizing and sounding out these new spellings. Please return the decodable the next day. Thank you.

In Math we go back to practicing and recognizing two-digit numbers on the place value chart and continue to add and subtract both tens and ones. Remember if your child starts to get frustrated with Math homework, it's okay to take a break or stop after 15 minutes. 

We will not have an oral fluency practice sheet this week. We will have a book report due on Thursday. 

Progress reports come home on Wednesday. Please check your child's backpack for the pink progress report.

We do not have school this Friday or next Monday in celebration of Easter. Enjoy your long weekend starting with Good Friday, Easter and Easter Monday! See you Tuesday! If you have missed all the mime performances so far...you have one more chance left to see this movnig performance of the last week of Jesus' life on earth...Friday at St. Nicholas church at noon. All are welcome. Please check the website calendar for more details or other school wide events.

 

Classroom Assignments

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Book Reports due on or before Friday

Please complete the book report each week and turn...

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Grade: 1st Grade Homeroom

Education: Bachelors of Arts in Communication/English, emphasis Journalism. Master of Arts in Technical Writing. Boise State University

Favorite Bible Verse: I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.  Philippians 4:13

I am honored to have the opportunity to teach first graders at St. Nicholas School. I have been blessed by this school community in so many ways and feel so privileged and blessed to share in the growth of our students.