7:50 am -- Tardy Bell Rings
8:00 -9:30 am -- SFA Reading
9:30-10:15 am -- P.E. daily
10:20 -11:40 am -- Math
11:45 - 12:00 pm --Recess/Break
12:00-12:30 pm -- Lunch
12:35 - 1:25 pm -- Language Arts
1:25- 2:05 pm - Science
2:05 - 2:35 pm -- Monday---Music special
Friday ----Library Time
Wed. and Fri.---Social Studies
2:35 - 3:05 pm -- R.T.I.
3:05 - 3:15 pm -- Get ready for dismissal
3:15 pm- Dismissal
Yes, we do have busy days! We get a lot done together. Each year I am amazed at the effort my students put into their days with me. I'm glad to be a part of their learning process!
Math Curriculum Students will identify parts of a calendar. Along with the calendar, we will work with money, place value, graphing, weather, tally marks, # of days in school, even and odd and more! Numbers and Place Value is a topic in math. Identifying and working with story problems, identifying and extending patterns, and two-dimensional and three-dimensional figures are focused on also. First graders will work with parts of a whole, time, money, and measurement.
Students will learn relating to family, school, and others in their community.We will look at identifying America and Celebrating Who We Are. We discuss Making Economic Choices, Producing goods and services, and Relationships between past and present.
Students will investigate properties and patterns, along with properties and patterns in weather, force, motion, and energy.We will investigate rocks, soil, and water. Investigating in Natural Resources, Objects in the Sky, Living and Nonliving things, Plants, and Animals.
We participate in the SFA, Success For All Reading Program you will learn more about. Each student attends a classroom at their reading level.
Comprehension strategies include clarification, summarization, questioning, and prediction.
By the end of the first grade school year, students should be able to fluently read at least 60 words per minute.