• Hello Fantastic First Graders!

    Your teachers miss you so much and are so proud of you for working so hard on your school at home. This week, we will begin counting down until the last days of school using the alphabet! Starting on Wednesday, April 22 we will have an activity you can do at home each day as one of your May Do’s based on a letter of the alphabet. The schedule will be included in the May Do’s column from here on out.

    Wednesday, April 22 – A: Art! Work on a fun art project.

    Thursday, April 23 – B: Bubbles! Blow bubbles, draw bubbles, blow bubbles with bubble gum, anything with bubbles!

    Friday, April 24 – C: Chill Out! Chill out and wear your sweatpants to school!



    • Green words are hyperlinks, click on them
    • Blue writing is for DLI students.


    Nearpod is a student paced interactive presentation. There are TWO ways to login to Nearpod.

    1. Students can sign in by pushing the Nearpod app nearpod on their iPad, and then type in the teacher code or
    2. Students can click this Nearpod Link and then type in the teacher code.
  • Must Do’s

    Work Tracker



    - Review Skills:

    - Prime Time Math Pages (two pages per day)

    Day 1.a

    Day 1.b

    Day 2.a

    Day 2.b

    Day 3.a

    Day 3.b

    Day 4.a

    Day 4.b


    - New Skills

    • Telling Time Nearpod
    • Sweat & Rivera: OGWAN
    • Lee: COSIG
    • Fife: SFRAD
    • Hayes: EWJQP
    • Geilman: DJGPX



    - Review Skills

    • Sight Words Unit 8, 9, and 10 Nearpod
    • Sweat & Rivera: IYQEF
    • Lee: TDWHX
    • Fife: OYNJE
    • Hayes: CBQZF
    • Geilman: DSCAQ


    • Answer the following prompts:

    - Write about something fun you have done lately.

    - Write about what you are most excited for about Spring.


    - New Skills

    • Practice writing and reading this week’s spelling words: mother, father, never, below
    • Read the following two passages and write the main idea and three details for each

    Passage 1

    Passage 2


    DLI Students:

    -Get on Raz Kids (Spanish) stories and read, “Animals of the City” What’s the story about?  What is the main idea of the story?

    On a blank piece of paper, write down the names of the animals that appear in the story (we will use this when we meet this week)

    -I will be meeting with the GREEN group this week according to those that signed up in ‘Sign-up Genius’. We will be discussing the story assigned in RAZ kids, working on vocabulary, and making sentences.