by Michelle Pingel on September 17, 2021
What is 1st Grade Learning?
We will read about Abraham, Sarah and Lot. We will
learn that Abraham showed his faith in God by trusting, obeying and
thanking him. God wants us to trust, obey and thank him
Virtue of the Week: Responsibility: God's
power for you to be accountable to God and
others. Big Question:
How does God draw you closer to Him and bless others through
the responsibilities He has given you?
Memory: 1st Commandment: You shall
have no other gods.
We will use the names of the students to practice capital
letters, ABC order and identifying vowels, consonants, syllables,
digraphs and blends.
Reading Fluency Skill: Reading kindergarten words in a
Phonics: Short vowel a
Spelling: Unit 1.1 - Short a and *high-frequency words
am cat at
dad back mad bat
ran can sack
The children will create their own Who Am I? books this
Concepts that we will practice include sorting by one
attribute, counting pennies, identifying a number between two
numbers, dividing a solid in half, picturing and combining sets,
and graphing a picture on a pictograph.
Lesson 1: The Day and Night Sky, Gravity and the Moon
Lesson 4: Our Neighbors and Neighborhood
NEW and IMPORTANT-
Spelling - Spelling begins this
week. We will take a pretest on Wednesday and final test on
Friday. If you happened to print a list off of the website
for the whole year, please note that the *high frequency words have
been updated so the list should be reprinted.
Reading Road Race Rally
- Upcoming souvenir
dates: 9/20 - Arentz 9/27 - Bublitz 10/18
- Loppnow The reading log that was sent home
will be used for our Reading Road Race Rally. We will
participate in this with Mrs. Boyce's class. Please have your
child read at least 20 minutes, 4 times a week. A star should
be colored in for each reading session. Please note
that shoeboxes (Glove Compartments) can stay at home to be filled
with the souvenirs that are brought home each
Thank you to Hilary Collins,
Meagan Steinke and Jessica Loppnow for volunteering as our
roomparents this year. Look for information coming soon
regarding this year's auction basket.
Snack - Please send a healthy
snack with your child each day. I will have extra snacks
available in case it is forgotten on a busy morning.
Waterbottles can be used throughout the day and can be refilled at
the drinking fountain.
Chapel - Our chapel offerings
for August/September will be used for Care Packages for college
3 Fri NO SCHOOL
6 Mon Labor Day - NO SCHOOL
12 Sun - St. Paul Outdoor Worship Service and
24 Fri Panther Parent Harvest Festival
29 Picture Retakes (10am-1:30pm)
7-8 Th-Fr K-8 Parent/Teacher Conferences
8 Fri 1/2 Day of School 11:40am Dismissal
NO 3&4PK PM Classes
16 Sat St. Paul Church and School Auction