January 18, 2017

2009 BLUE RIBBON SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE

1B Mrs. Nichols

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Dear Parents,

Due to the short week, we will not have spelling words next week.  We will have our Reading Celebration for anyone who would like to come in and share some books with the children on Thursday at 2:00.  

 

If anyone would like to sign up for our Friday Farmer’s Market, our calendar is still WIDE OPEN! 

Please see the note sent home to everyone about the 100th day of school.  Now is the time to start thinking of a creative way to display 100 items!  The 100th Day is scheduled tentatively for Thursday, February 9th (with no snow days!).  We will have a 100th Day parade to show off our creations.  The items should be displayed on some type of surface that can be carried easily by your child.  In the past, we’ve had Legos, cereal, candy and even hair ribbons.  Let your child be creative!

In math, we will continue to use word problems to compare two numbers through subtraction.  We have begun our unit on Martin Luther King, Jr.  The children are very perceptive and curious with their questions!  We’ll conclude our unit on temperature and the weather, and continue our timeline of the life of Jesus.  

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Purple:  

Orange:

Yellow:

Enjoy the long weekend,

Mrs. Nichols

 

Here are some upcoming events:

January 16 — MLK Day, no school

January 17 — professional development; no school

January 19 — MASS  (WEAR REGULAR UNIFORMS!)

January 19 — Reading Celebration

January 20 — Inauguration Day; no school

January 24 — MASS

January 27 — End of second quarter  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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