Sunday, May 19, 2019


Hello everyone!

This week is Camp Read-A-Lot!  We have many fun activities planned for this week.  Most of the announcements for this fun week have already been sent out, but here a couple of things to know

*I am looking for 2 volunteers who are willing to be field day escorts for our class on Wednesday, May 29 from 10:00-11:50. If you are interested in helping out, please email me!

* Our walking field trip to Heroes Park is this Wednesday, May 22. We are keeping a close eye on the weather. As of right now, the Wednesday weather prediction is cloudy.  Hopefully it will remain that way!

That’s it for this week!

Sunday, May 5, 2019

Weekly Update 5/6-5/10

Hello everyone!

Last week we had a wonderful time on our field trip to the Idaho Botanical Gardens. IN addition to our field trip, we had special guests visit first grade last week! Mrs. McCall’s parents are beekeepers, and they brought a beehive for us to see! It was interesting to learn about the life of bees.  Afterward, we got to try on a beekeeper suit! I have pictures, but I’m having some technical difficulties, so I will try to post them next week.

*Our carnival was a big success! It was good to see so many of you there. Thank you to those that were able to volunteer.

*Thank you for getting a mirror for your child to use this week. They will be returned by this Friday!

*We have a walking field trip planned for Wednesday, May 22 to Heroes Park. Permission slips will be sent home soon. We will be eating lunch at the park. If you’d like, you are welcome to join us. You can walk with us or meet us there! 😊

*Good readers can retell a story in the correct order

*Good readers can determine important v. unimportant details in a fiction text.


*Attributes of 3D shapes

* Compare/contrast 3D shapes

*District benchmark assessment

Word Study/Grammar/Writing

*What makes a sentence a sentence?  (parts of a sentence)
*Sentence v. fragment

Unit (Social Studies and/or Science)

How do living things grow and change?

How do living things use their parts to help them survive?

Bean seed experiment
Celery experiment