Saturday, October 3, 2015
We have lots of hard workers in room 105! We are building stamina as we work on our response to reading and we are figuring out how to use pattern blocks to fill-in a shape.
Here are some photos from our week:
Response to Reading
Heads or Tails
Filling in the Outline
Sunday, September 27, 2015
Unfortunately, I am having issues with the camera on my phone, so I only have a few photos to post for this week. It might be an on-going issue until I can get it resolved.
We have been reading and looking deeply into the book Stellaluna.
Here are a few photos from our week:
Response to Reading
Sunday, September 20, 2015
What another great week we had in room 105. We are really making a great impression to others with how well we have acclimated into the first weeks of first grade. Thank you to all of the parents who have supported your child during this transition! Here are some photos from our week:
We read The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds.
We had fun as we learned about fire safety from Firefighter Phil.
All About Me
Sunday, September 13, 2015
We continue to learn about and practice using Literacy Stations. Mrs. Langston let us borrow a great book that inspired us to look inside our hearts when we write books at the Writing Station. Here a some photos from our week:
Buddy Reading Station
I have the Best Job Ever! :)
Filling Our Hearts
Student of the Week
Sunday, September 6, 2015
We had such a wonderful week this past week! The students in Room 105 are showing what capable first graders they have become. We have accomplished so much because of how well each and every one of them are doing. Here are some photos from our week:
We made staircases in Math.
We showed what we 'can do' in Literacy Stations.
I promise, I did not guide this learning. ;)
You could hear a pin drop in our room!
Staff members were able to tour the construction site of the new building this past week. It was so neat to see how far they have gotten with building the classrooms! Here are a few photos from our adventure:
Our gym in the making!
We are standing in the second grade classrooms.
Your children will have amazing views!