Welcome to Mrs. Leidy's
First Grade Class!
Congratulations to the Students of the Month!
September: Zaiden H.
October: Nathan H.
Nov./Dec.: Chloe N.
January: Declan W.
February: Harper R.
March: Kendalyn H.
April/May: Peyton O.
Please check out the Classroom Newsletter each week. The newsletter will contain the skills we are currently working on; word wall words for the week; spelling words for the week; as well as important information.
Monday: Music and Library
Friday: Music and Computer
**On gym days, please dress your child accordingly. If your child is wearing sandals, please provide socks for gym.
**On library days, please be sure your child has his/her library book at school.
The students had a lot of fun learning how to follow step-by-step directions to illustrate their very own Fly Guy pictures. Please check out their illustrations below!
Our Author Spotlight for October is on Mo Willems. The students have really enjoyed reading his books, such as Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! Would YOU let the Pigeon drive the bus??
Computer Classes (to be done at school ONLY)
Everyday Math Online
Websites to Check Out!
*SpellingCity.com allows you and your child to practice each week's spelling words in a new and exciting way!
*This website allows your child to practice many different skills at the first grade level. Click around and see what you can learn!
*You will find skills in several areas for fun learning practice.
*Practice math skills, such as addition and subtraction to become a Math Whiz!
*Practice different language arts skills through interactive games such as Alphabet Organizer and Construct-a-Word.
*Here you'll find lots of fun learning games to play!
*Find videos, games, and more from PBS!
*Starfall.com is the website where "children have fun learning to read." Check it out!
*On this site you will find many language arts resources and games. Enjoy!
*This site focuses on numerous math skills. You'll find many skills to click on and practice.
*This site also gives you many activities that will reinforce skills in many areas.
*Have fun with Dr. Seuss!
*Play games, watch videos, and more!
*Learn about short vowels!
*Practice your math skills!