Mrs. Trombly's Class
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Now you don't!
Upcoming Important Information/Dates:
Wednesday, May 17th--Half Day
Monday, May 29th--No School--Memorial Day
Thursday, June 1st-- Animal Museum 2:30-3:00 All family members are welcome to come to the classroom and learn about the animals that the children have researched.
Thursday, June 8th Field Day (Wear sunblock, sneakers and bring a water bottle!)
Tuesday, June 13th--Field Trip to The Buttonwood Zoo! (Wear sunblock and bring a lunch to school today.)
Wednesday, June 14th--Frog and Toad Day! The students will rotate through each first grade classroom and enjoy activities focused around these 2 favorite characters.
Monday, June 19th Half Day/Last Day of School
Dear First Grade Families,
Please click on the "Classroom Information" tab at the top of this page to read about general classroom information. We also have a class "Blog" at the top of this home page. It features recent class events and projects that your child has been involved with during the school day. Please feel free to add a comment or to help your child add a comment on the blog. The comment will not show up right away. I need to approve the comment and then it will appear.
All school supplies will be provided, however, here is an optional list of items your child may find helpful having extra of to keep in their own desk. If you would like to donate general classroom supplies, please see my wish list of items needed throughout the year under "Classroom Information". Thanks! :)
*glue sticks *Lots of pencils
*scissors *crayons/colored pencils *a small pencil case/box *white board markers
What do you WONDER about??
The children enjoy using a smartboard (an interactive whiteboard) during math to help reinforce math concepts.
Reading each night is so important. The children bring home a book from school in their book bag each night. This will usually be a book that they have already read in school with a teacher and they should be rereading it to someone so they can practice their reading fluency. If it's a book that they haven't read yet, they can use their reading strategies to figure out tricky words. Their reading strategies are listed on the back of the reading folder in their bag. Happy reading!!