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Arrrr Matey!

Dear Parents, Math:  Last week in math we studied the dime.  The children were much more confident this week with counting by 10’s.  Keep practicing counting by 5’s to 50 and 2’s to 20 at home with your child.  We are learning how to read maps this week.  The students will be learning how to […]

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Pill bugs, sow bugs and a dime!

Dear Parents, Math:  Last week in math we studied the nickel.  The students practiced counting by 5’s while we danced the Macarena.  I told the kids that if they can count by 5’s then they can count nickels.  I paired the kids up with a partner and gave them a pile of nickels.  Each group […]

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Isopods and nickels

Dear Parents, Math:  Telling time was great last week.  Our giant carpet clock was a success and the kids did an awesome job moving the minute and hour hands to the correct time.  We only focused on the “o’clock” times.  The kids worked super hard on their time project too.  They put the different times […]

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Parent teacher conferences!

Dear Parents, Parent teacher conferences are right around the corner.  I will be available to meet with you next Wednesday from 12:00-3:30.  Each conference will last 10 minutes.  If you are interested in meeting with me I will have a sign -up sheet hanging on my classroom door.  Please stop by at any time and […]

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Dancing raisins and telling time.

Dear Parents, I hope everyone had a relaxing spring break.  It is hard to believe we are almost at the end of the year.  The weeks to come will fly by and they will be in first grade before you know it. Math:  The kids did an amazing job on their addition stories 2 weeks […]

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