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UA schedule for weeks of 3/27 and 4/3
Here is the UA schedule for the weeks of 3/27 and 4/3:Monday 3/27 - Day 2Tuesday 3/28 - Day 3Wednesday 3/29 - Day 4Thursday ...
Posted Mar 27, 2017, 10:03 AM by Kristina Mazza
Important Upcoming Dates
Here is a list of important dates that are right around the corner: Mar. 31st - End of Term 3Apr. 7th - Report Cards go homeApr. 22 - 30 - VACATION
Posted Mar 27, 2017, 10:23 AM by Kristina Mazza
Daily Math Fact Practice at Home
We are now moving on to harder addition and subtraction facts. Please make sure to have your son/daughter practice his/her addition and subtraction facts daily through sums to ...
Posted Jan 22, 2017, 1:00 PM by Kristina Mazza
Below is a list of a few items we'd like to ask for your help with. 1. Due to the ever changing New England weather, please make sure that ...
Posted Jan 22, 2017, 12:57 PM by Kristina Mazza
It seems as though toys are beginning to make an appearance in all three classrooms. We ask that all toys remain at home during the school day. We ask this ...
Posted Oct 17, 2016, 6:10 PM by Kristina Mazza
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Spelling and Sight Words
We have finished introducing long vowel words with silent e at the end, but we will continue to review them as the year moves forward. This week's pattern tends to be a tricky one, so extra practice may be needed. We would like to ask of you that as the year progresses, please help your child by exposing him/her to all the words on each list each week. Feel free to read them to him/her and have him/her attempt to read the words to you. Thank you in advance with your help on this. List 1: find, kinds, try, shy, why, light, bright, high, was, fromList 2: pond, bend, wind, hunt, pant, bent, went, jump ...
Posted Mar 27, 2017, 10:34 AM by Kristina Mazza
Below are the words we have discussed so far this year. Each new set of words will be in a different color than the week before it. Please take some time each week to practice reading and recognizing these words with your child. I, a, the, to, lookgo, so, no, is, hishe, she, we, me, bemy, by, as, has, seelike, up, an, can, andam, do, you, come, hereat, it, in, if, oncome, here, do, too, momplay, day, said, as, hasall, ball, her, here, out, uswill, him, this, them, twohow, now, who, then, whenone, run, ran, of, forday, say, way, they, jumpdown, give, eat, yes, boyor ...
Posted Mar 12, 2017, 9:15 AM by Kristina Mazza
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1st grade I can statements
1st grade I can statements