Mrs. Socarras (Grade 1)

Week of June 11 - June 15

Subject Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Religion

11:00am Dismissal. Last day of school! Have a wonderful summer!

Math

Practice worksheet

Practice fractions with Splash Math.

Wear your watch if you have one.

 

Practice worksheet

Practice fractions with Splash Math.

 

 

Extra practice worksheet

Practice fractions with Splash Math.

 

 

 

Practice fractions with Splash Math.

 

 

Keep practicing math skills with Splash Math.

 

Language Arts

Practice and write Unit 7 words #1 – 5 two times. Write 2 sentences using one of these words in each sentence.

Practice More Adventures Unit 7 words with games on Spelling City.com.

Please read for at least 15 minutes with your child each day.

 

Practice and write Unit 7 words #6 – 10 two times. Write 2 sentences using one of these words in each sentence.

Practice More Adventures Unit 7 words with games on Spelling City.com.

Please read for at least 15 minutes with your child each day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Practice and write More Adventures Unit 7 words #11 – 13 two times. Write 2 sentences using one of these words in each sentence.

Practice More AdventuresUnit 7 words with games on Spelling City.com.

Please read for at least 15 minutes with your child each day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Keep practicing and reviewing More Adventures Superkids words with games on Spelling City.com.

Please read for at least 15 minutes with your child each day.

 

 

 

 

Keep reading each day! Visit your local library weekly and sign up for their summer reading program for kids!

 

Science
Social Studies
Other

 

 

 

 

 

Please wear PE uniform to school on Mondays for gym class. 

Spring uniforms begin. Please bring light jacket each day since there have been plenty of cold spring mornings. f(Please make sure name is on label of sweater. Thank you!)

Please return school library books by Monday. (Tuesday is library day and they must return their book to check out a new one.)

FIRST GRADE SPECIALS SCHEDULE

Monday- PE
Tues – Spanish, Library, Art
Wednesday – Music
Thursday – STREAM lab (Science, technology, religion, engineering, arts, math)
Friday – Computer

Uniform Reminders: Please remember no nail polish or colored undershirts. (Must be white.) Please make sure regular uniform shoes are black or brown. Thank you. 

Dear Parents,

Thank you for your wonderful support of our field trip last Wednesday! We had a wonderful and educational STEM Field Trip to the National Air & Space Museum, Udvar-Hazy Center, in Chantilly, VA.

First graders participated in a Discovery & Exploration hands on STEM lab, taught by scientists. They learned about planets, astronauts, space travel, NASA missions, and future possibilities in space exploration. They got to program robots to follow an orbit they created on paper.

Students had the opportunity to walk around the museum viewing historical airplanes, rockets, and special displays with our wonderful chaperones! Thank you to Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Humphrey, Ms. Kearl, Ms. Munoz, Mr. Soto, Mrs. Tamang, and Mrs. Torres!

Your student brought home an invitation to our Wed., May 30, Author’s Tea for grade 1 and parents.  It will be held at 10am in the All Purpose Room. Students will sing a few songs and present their writing projects to their parents. (Please return the RSVP that is attached to the invitation, for for planning purposes.) Students will wear their regular school uniforms that day.

Your students have been working hard in class. In Religion, we have been learning about the Ascension of Jesus into heaven, and the feast of Pentecost, when the Holy Spirit descended upon the apostles. We talked about the importance of prayer in our lives so that we will be guided by the inspirations of the Holy Spirit.

In Math, we are learning regrouping in double digit subtraction. (Parents may know this as “borrowing”, as it was formerly called.) 

In Language Arts, the children are learning more vowel pattern such as oi and oy, in addition to r controlled  vowels such as ar, er, ir, or and ur. They are continuing to practice reading more challenging words, and building fluency and comprehension skills.

In Science, in the Discovering Life Unit, we are learning the characteristics of living and non-living things, and are learning to classify living things using various categories, such as by function, size or other physical attributes.

In Social Studies, we have begun to hear from the students’ “Flat Stanley’s” that have been sent to friends and relatives. We will be plotting their exciting adventures on our world map.  This is not due until June 1. 

Thanks for all you do to support your wonderful children!

Take care and God bless.

Mrs. Socarras