Kristin Coyle

Updated 9/30/2022

Mrs. Coyle's
First Grade
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  Lillie     Hayden     Dempsey     Beckett     Lyra     Teddy

Van     Jack     Margeaux     Miles     Klym     Job

Spencer     Sean     Lily     Quinn     Molly     Virginia

Harry     James     Cailin     Juliet
   
(22 students)

OCTOBER

10/3-10/7 Week of Respect
*See email home about theme days.*


10/5 No School

10/10 
No School

10/31 HALLOWEEN!
Info. will be sent home in the coming weeks.

Pete the Cat: Trick or Pete! | Small Online Class for Ages 4-7
 

 
Homework is assigned nightly (Mon.-Thurs.) in First Grade! 
 
Homework is the same every night for the most part...
  some fun projects will be sprinkled in throughout the year!
 
Some Helpful Reminders: 
Special Schedule 2022-2023
    Monday: Spanish & Gym
    Tuesday: Enrichment and Innovation
    Wednesday: Music & Gym
    Thursday: Art
    Friday: Art & Music

*Media Center time TBD
 
 
-Empty your child's folder nightly. 

-Plastic water bottles are allowed. 
-Please make sure you child wears sneakers on Gym days (Mon & Wed). 

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FUNdations

- Unit 2 is all about CVC words.  We are reviewing tapping to read and spell as well as practicing word and sentence dictation on our white boards and in our Student Notebook.

Reading
-Students are participating in daily center activities to reinforce concepts previously taught as well as engage them at their individualized reading abilities. 
Our Centers include:
-Read to Self (Book Shopping for Book Baggies)
-Listen to Reading (Choice Books on EPIC)
-iReady Reading
-Work on Writing (Monthly themed journals)
-Word Work (Stamp weekly tricky (heart) words, practice writing and building words with personal sight word lists)

               
(*www.starfall.com is a great beginning reader site*   

Take a look at the Learn To Read link.)
 

Language Arts/Writing

Units: Launching, Nonfiction: All About Books, Poetry, and Personal Narrative, How To

In our "Launching" Unit, we will learn all about why writer's write and what good writers do.  We will create heart maps to inspire our own writing ideas, and explore a variety of mentor texts for ideas and to examine.
 

 Social Studies
- Starts MP 2

Math
-In Math we are working on learning our Doubles and Near Doubles in a snap.  We are also talking about how you can add in any order. We are learning how various strategies can lead us to the same answer, and we are practicing how to talk about those strategies with each other.  

-Keep practicing basic addition and subtraction.
-Some strategies we have learned to help us add and subtract:
chips, ten-frame, draw a picture, number line, make a 10, doubles, near doubles
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*Please continue to practice basic math facts at home!

**Encourage your children to use various strategies to help them solve problems (number bonds, ten frames, draw it out, number line, etc...)**                    

 
Science  
- We are wrapping up our Unit on Space in the coming week.  We learned all about the Sun, Moon, Constellations, and patterns we see in the sky.

Next Up- Physical Science: Light and Sound
                           
Spelling 
We are stepping away from a traditional weekly spelling list and test again this year.  Instead, spelling will be embedded in our phonics program (FUNdations) and Writer's Workshop.  Spelling will be assessed formally during FUNdations unit tests, and informally through daily application in authentic writing.
 
               
Please call or e-mail me with any 
questions or concerns 

(732) 291-2020 
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