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First Grade Update

November 25, 2013 · Comments Off on First Grade Update · First Grade

From Mrs. Goodman: Here’s What is Happening in First Grade Social Studies Project The first graders made pilgrim hats to wear to the Thanksgiving Day Luncheon on Tuesday, November 26. They learned about the early settlers and that Thanksgiving is an American holiday. Math We are learning addition and subtraction of numbers to 18. Science […]

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Math and Science Go Hand in Hand!

June 3, 2013 · Comments Off on Math and Science Go Hand in Hand! · First Grade, Math, science

From Ms. Outlaw: First grade is exploring and making connections in Math and Science.  Through investigation and application room 303 puts SOLs in “real life” context.  Exploration doesn’t just happen in the classroom.  Our first grade scientists went to the depths of our school yard to collect specimens of natural resources. They discovered what natural […]

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1st Grade Morning Work. Building great writers!

May 15, 2013 · Comments Off on 1st Grade Morning Work. Building great writers! · First Grade

As a former 4th, 5th, and 6th grade teacher, I was very concerned with my students’ handwriting , spelling, and reading skills.  Now, as a 1st grade teacher, I feel it is very important for these skills to be mastered at an early age, so therefore, as a part of my morning work, I encourage […]

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Inspired by Victory Boogie-Woogie

April 29, 2013 · Comments Off on Inspired by Victory Boogie-Woogie · Art, First Grade

Please take a moment to listen to Ms. Mallory as she explains the concepts behind the art projects that her students are doing in the pictures below.  Students studied Piet Mondrian (find out more about him here: http://www.idlegreen.co.uk/imondrian1.htm) and were inspired by the piece Victory Boogie-Woogie.  You can learn more about the painting Victory Boogie-Woogie […]

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COLOR DRAW and RESEARCH NATURAL RESOURCES

April 21, 2013 · Comments Off on COLOR DRAW and RESEARCH NATURAL RESOURCES · First Grade, science

From Ms. Marks: First grade students learn about natural resouces by using resource books to find the meaning of the term and examples of each to draw. This activity provided an interesting center-focused method to introduce the topic to primary students. The students were provided a chart with the 8 grade-level natural resouces required to master, and […]

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Shape Projects

December 13, 2012 · Comments Off on Shape Projects · First Grade, Math

From: Mrs. Goodman The First Graders at Victory are studying plane geometric figures (square, triangle, circle, and rectangle).  They are identifying, describing, and sorting these plane geometric figures according to the number of sides, vertices, and right angles each figure has.  The first graders have enjoyed working in math centers on various shape projects throughout […]

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Cardinal Directions in First Grade

October 15, 2012 · Comments Off on Cardinal Directions in First Grade · First Grade, Social Studies

First Graders at Victory have been busy studying maps and all things related. They especially love our Cardinal Directions Cheer.  North, South, East and West.  North Pole Icebergs are the best! North, South, East and West. South Pole penguins make their nest. North, South, East and West. Eastern sunrise ends our rest. North, South, East […]

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