Primary 1 Classroom News - Week of March 11-15, 2019


Last week, we read a story entitled; Then and Now. This story was about life long ago and today. Terry Werden and Amy from the Orient Historical Society, put together a collection of artifacts to share with Primary 1. Some of the artifacts included; a washboard for adults and one for children to use with their dolls, old rotary dial phone, wooden toy boat, small chalkboard to write on,  a children’s book that was over 100 years old, and ice skates. So thankful to Mrs. Werden and the Orient Historical Society for enhancing our learning about life long ago.  


Missoula Packets are in your child’s folder. The packet will explain to you what Missoula is. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Your child’s report card narratives will be sent home at the end of the month.   If you would like to meet with me at any time please do not hesitate to contact me.



Important Dates:

Important Dates:

April 8 – 12   Missoula – information in their folders

April 19 – Good Friday – School Closed

April 22 -26 – Spring Recess

Mickey/Minnie Adventures

Last week, Mickey went home with Jack. He enjoyed his visit with Jack and his family. He went on a train ride to Riverhead and visited the aquarium. Mickey and Jack saw lots of fish, but they loved the sharks the MOST. Mickey and Jack’s family went to a play at Greenport School. They liked the songs.

Minnie went home with Vanessa this past weekend and she was so happy. Minnie played with Vanessa’s toys and loved cuddling with her at night. In the morning she ate delicious pancakes with bananas. So, So, YUMMY!

What We Are Learning...

Phonics:   Dd & Kk      Phonological Awareness:   initial /d/ and /k/

Genre:   Classic Fable

Comprehension:   Main Idea

Sight Words: come, down, help

Vocabulary:   jungle, nibbling, trembling, beast, snarled, entangled



What We Are Learning....

Reading: The Lion and the Mouse by Bernadette Watts

Question of the Week: What causes us to change the way we feel?

Conventions: Poem

Social Studies: St. Patrick’s Day

Science: Engineering Leprechaun Traps