Welcome to 1st Grade

Welcome to the St. Augustin Catholic School 1st-grade news page. Please check out the "About Mrs. Alessio" page to get to know me better. I am looking forward to a blessed year:)

#thekindnessrevolution

The "Kindness Revolution" has started in 1st grade!  When I catch a student or teacher/staff member being kind, I give them a kindness bracelet.  That person is to catch someone else being kind and pass the bracelet on.  The goal is to share kindness and hopefully, the St. Augustin School Community will start brightening up someone's day by finding and showing kindness. Check your child's wrist and ask them if they got "caught!" #choosekind #beingkindischool

Looking Ahead

APRIL 30th- 1st GRADE MASS AND 1st GRADE POETRY PARADE

WEEK IN REVIEW: March 4-8

We started the week with Dr. Seuss themed activities and stories in honor of Read Across America Day and Dr. Seuss' birthday! 

READING: Lesson 20: Little Rabbit's Tale-Folktale and Silly Poems-Poetry ****This lesson will go into next week.

Spelling: bedtime, sunset, bathtub, sailboat, flagpole, backpack, playpen, raincoat, inside, himself, homemade, rowboat

Red Words: door, more, mother, old, try, use, want, wash

Grammar: prepositions and prepositional phrases

Phonics: compound words

Math: Chapter 12: Numbers To 40 *Counting, comparing, and ordering numbers to 40 is the main focus of this chapter. Took Chapter test and started Ch. 13 Addition and Subtraction to 40

Being A Writer: Dr. Seuss writing and Reread, "The Snowy Day" to get ready for personal narratives

Social Studies/ Science: Built a "Cat in the Hat" hat with cups and notecards to see which group could build the tallest hat. We also had group races! We made butter, too! Talked about the history, Mardi Gras and had a Mardi Gras parade:)

Religion: Ash Wednesday, Lent 

All About Me: Thomas' favorite animal is a dog and his favorite food is pizza. Thanks for sharing, Thomas! 

 


 

 

 

 

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