Here are some summer packets to print and review to keep first grade fresh in your mind this summer! To help prevent “Summer Slide” (a.k.a., summer learning loss), I have attached five different packets. Also, don’t forget to read! Studies show that children who do not read or have access to books during the summer lose up …
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Happy Halloween! Today we talked about Totem Poles, and then made pumpkin totem poles.
We learned about the variety of pumpkins and then we drew pumpkins and wrote poems.
Our First Grade Star is a way for us to learn more about our friends.
We learned about bats then we made and wrote poems about them. Now our bats are flying over our heads!
We learned about homophones and then we drew witches. Can you guess which witch is which?
We talked about Autumn and made our Fall Trees. We used Autumn colors to make our tree leaves.
In honor of Columbus Day, we learned about Christopher Columbus and made a representation of his 3 ships that sailed to America.
We discussed the changes in leaves during the Fall season and made our own Fall Leaves. We also wrote a poem about Fall Leaves.