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    1st Grade Fun

     

    Today you are you, that is truer than true. There is no one alive that is youer than you!  

    ~Dr. Seuss

      
    Supply List:        

    · 1 dozen sharpened pencils

    · 10 glue sticks

    · Box of crayons

    · Box colored pencils

    · 1 Expo markers

    · 1 composition notebook: (black and white marbled covered)

    · Scissors (last year’s will do)

    ·  2 boxes of cap erasers (the ones for the tops of a pencil)

    · Pencil case (last year’s will do)

     

    *Many of these supplies will have to be  replenished in the middle of the school year. 

    Wish List:

    Playdough 

    Legos 

    Markers 

    Drawing Paper

     

                             

                                   A Little Bit About Me:

     This will be my 9th year teaching at Lyme. I have taught fifth grade for four years and this will be my fifth year teaching first grade. I graduated from SUNY Oswego, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education (1-6) and I received an extension for Elementary Education (B-2). I also have a Master of Science degree in Literacy Education (B-6). I love teaching. I love seeing children learn and grow everyday. One of the best parts about teaching first grade is watching the children learn to read, and of course hearing some of the crazy things they say at their age. 

     

    Handy Helpful Learning Sites:

              Starfall 
              A website for children to work on letters, hear a story and explore other literacy rich activities.

              Billy Bear 
              Lots of good opportunities for creating and explore reading and writing.

              Learning Planet 
              Provides free activities for preschoolers as well as a subscription service to access many more activities. Current free activities include the alphabet, numbers, memory, sequencing and clocks.

              Preschool Coloring Book 
              Provides coloring pages, no-line coloring and journal pages on all sorts of subjects to facilitate practice of early literacy skills.

              Mightybook 
              This site features read-aloud picture books, sing-along songs, video song books, poetry, story-writing and illustrating contests and learning games designed for children ages 2-12.

              Tumble Books 
              From the Flower Memorial Library site you can go to Tumble Books to hear stories online.
              Scholastic 
              Literacy building activites from Scholastic. Listen to stories, build a dinosaur, and learn about community helpers.

                Parent Resource-

              http://engageny.org/parent-and-family-resources

              Engage NY keeps teachers, parents and family up to date on the Common Core State Standards (CCSS).

                  The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go!

                                                                                    ~Dr. Seuss

               

                

               

               

            • 1st Grade Fun

               

              Today you are you, that is truer than true. There is no one alive that is youer than you!  

              ~Dr. Seuss

               

              Supply List:       

              • 1 dozen sharpened pencils
              • 10 glue sticks
              • Box of crayons
              • Box colored pencils
              • 1 Expo markers
              • 1 composition notebook: (black and white marbled covered)
              • Scissors (last year’s will do)
              • 2 boxes of cap erasers (the ones for the tops of a pencil)
              • Pencil case (last year’s will do)

               

              *Many of these supplies will have to be  replenished in the middle of the school year. 

              Wish List:

              Playdough

              Legos

              Markers

              Drawing Paper

               

                                      

                                             A Little Bit About Me:

               This will be my 9th year teaching at Lyme. I have taught fifth grade for four years and this will be my fifth year teaching first grade. I graduated from SUNY Oswego, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education (1-6) and I received an extension for Elementary Education (B-2). I also have a Master of Science degree in Literacy Education (B-6). I love teaching. I love seeing children learn and grow everyday. One of the best parts about teaching first grade is watching the children learn to read, and of course hearing some of the crazy things they say at their age.

               

              Handy Helpful Learning Sites:

              Starfall

                A website for children to work on letters, hear a story and explore other literacy rich activities.


              Billy Bear

                Lots of good opportunities for creating and explore reading and writing.


              Learning Planet

                Provides free activities for preschoolers as well as a subscription service to access many more activities. Current free activities include the alphabet, numbers, memory, sequencing and clocks.


              Preschool Coloring Book

                Provides coloring pages, no-line coloring and journal pages on all sorts of subjects to facilitate practice of early literacy skills.


              Little Fingers Storybooks

                Features a number of online storybooks, some of which are read-alouds.


              Children's Storybooks Online

                Children's Storybooks Online features a wide Selection of illustrated storybooks for children of all ages.


              Mightybook

                This site features read-aloud picture books, sing-along songs, video song books, poetry, story-writing and illustrating contests and learning games designed for children ages 2-12.


              Tumble Books

                  From the Flower Memorial Library site you can go to Tumble Books to hear stories online.


              Scholastic

                Literacy building activites from Scholastic. Listen to stories, build a dinosaur, and learn about community helpers.

              http://www.earobics.com/gamegoo/gooey.html

                Parent Resource-

              http://engageny.org/parent-and-family-resources

              Engage NY keeps teachers, parents and family up to date on the Common Core State Standards (CCSS).

                  The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go!

                                                                                    ~Dr. Seuss