We are very excited to have you, as well as other guests, join us for our performance this Thursday. The directors (Ms. Mackay and myself) have done our best to make sure the children are front and center at various times throughout the play. To help you be located closest to the first grade, you should try to sit on the left side of the hall, facing the stage. The children will be on this half of the stage the majority of the performance.
As you can imagine, the children are enjoying the opportunity to use many of the skills they have acquired during their school year while performing in our play. The rehearsals take up a great deal of instructional time; as a result, the lessons are abbreviated this week.
This will be my last official blog note for this school year. It has truly been a blessing to you so much for your support and prayers!
My prayers this week will join with yours, as I pray for your children and their family!
May God bless all of you,
Mrs. Pam Claytor
This Week in First Grade ******************************
We will complete our work on the family life unit in Religion, learning about God’s gift of life, love, and community.
The main focus in language arts is on our performance; the children will also spend time on learning to decode v Soft c/s/ and g/j/ as well as “trickers” with tag-along e
We will be working on the introduction of second grade math concepts this week as well: Counting hundreds, tens and ones, and reading and writing numbers to 1000.