Throughout our Fall Festival Celebration we were all highly engaged and motivated! Our day consisted of spooky stories, a gooey art project, and a creepy-crawly Roll-and-Record math game! Thank you room moms for all your help and the special treats!
Think-pair-share is a collaborative learning strategy in which students work together to solve a problem or answer a question about an assigned reading. Your child has been learning and practicing this technique daily. It requires students to (1) think individually about a topic or answer to a question; and (2) share ideas with classmates. Today in writing , they discussed with a partner how they wrote beginning sounds in their personal narratives!
We have been practicing our listening skills, as well as speaking in front of an audience sharing in the class "Share Chair"! We have been asking questions and making comments! We have also been learning so much about our friends! Take a look at us!
This week we have been learning a lot of new sight words during reading time! We have been SUPER Readers! We have been pointing to words in a book, finding sight words we have been learning, and looking at the picture to learn new words! Soon we will be taking our books home to share with you!
What we're learning in first grade. Students are also making comments in class! At home add to the posts, too.