Alex covered her entire 100s chart with her trail mix. Good Job Alex!
Robi is calculating how many pretzels she has in her bag. She needs 10 total.
Our collection of trail mix items and rubber gloves for our 100th Day activity.
Piper, Cameron, and Lilly discuss which snacks they want to include in their 100th Day Trailmix.
Lakendra and George pick 10 snacks out of 10 bins to place on their 100s chart.
Addison Mullen is coloring her 100s Chart for the 100th Day Celebration!
Happy New Year!! 1A has been hard at work getting into the learning groove and adapting to snow delay/cancellation schedules. Some of the changes taking place in our classroom include assessment expectations (please see letter attached to last week's reading test).
In addition, we are getting familiar with PlayOsmo. This learning tool promotes higher-level thinking skills by engaging in electronic coding, vocabulary development, image-creation with tangrams, vocabulary and number operations, and digital design. The opportunities with this software are endless and are suited for the students' individual needs. Please stay tuned for photos and information regarding how we are using PlayOsmo to enhance the classroom learning-experience. You may click on the link below for more information about this program
On Wednesday, JMHS students visited Grade 1 to help students write letters to Santa. Thank you to those helpers for the gifts that you gave to our students and the time that you spent with them! Merry Christmas!
To close out our Thanksgiving week in 1A, Samuel brought in two large and delicious pumpkin pies. He personally topped them with whipped-cream and shared them with the class. They adored them!
Happy Thanksgiving to all of my 1A Families! I am thankful for all of you and your children!! Have a wonderful and safe holiday!
On Tuesday of Thanksgiving week, Robi brought in home-made cranberry sauce- another item on Junie B.'s thankful list. Every student was brave and tried the delightful treat, and most loved it!
On Monday, Mallory brought in a treat with Rainbow Sprinkles. Rainbow Sprinkles were on the Thankful List that Junie B.'s class made!