UPDATED December 10, 2018
We will go to Santa shop on Wednesday and watch the 4th grade Christmas program on Thursday. 10-20 dollars is PLENTY for Santa Shop.
Thank you to those who have recently donated dixie cups and extra snacks. We can always use those two things.
This week in Reading and phonics (Fundations)- we will be having a review of all letters. I will be quizzing all of the kids again on their letters, sounds, and numbers 1-31. We will also continue building small consonant- vowel-consonant (CVC) words and sentences. Our sight word this week is "for."
These are the sight words we have done so far in class: red, I, can, purple, we, yellow, the, brown, like, a, black, orange, go, blue, see, pink, gray, white, to, have, is, play, are, for.
In math, we have finished chapter 7 on place value and numbers 11-30, and will begin chapter 8 on money.
In Science, we will be discussing the cycle of day and night and things we see in the day or night sky.
PLEASE REMEMBER TO SEND A SNACK EVERYDAY FOR YOUR CHILD- EVEN IF THEY ARE BUYING THEIR LUNCH.
A REMINDER TO PLEASE SEND ALL NOTES OR MONEY- INCLUDING LUNCH MONEY- IN A LABELED ENVELOPE OR BAGGIE. PLEASE PLACE IT INSIDE THE ZIPPER POUCH IN YOUR CHILD'S CAMP BOOK.
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Welcome to my home page. :) Since I will be spending the day with your children, here's a little bit about me. I grew up in Green with my wonderful parents and 2 brothers, and I graduated from Green in 1996. I graduated from UA with my bachelor's degree in Elementary Education in 2001 and my master's degree in teaching in 2006. I have also taken additional credits in technology and our Leader In Me initiative. I have been teaching for 17 years and I love it! I have been teaching kindergarten here at Nolley for 12 years. I taught Title One for 4 years here at Nolley, and I taught first grade one year in the Jackson Local Schools. My favorite thing about teaching little ones is watching their reading and writing skills emerge so quickly. I tell some people that it is almost like witnessing a miracle. Their love for learning is priceless and precious and I love being able to foster that.
I have two amazing sons. Dominic is 12 and Angelo is 9. They both attend Manchester Schools. When I am not teaching or being a mommy, I enjoy reading, exercising, and being with family and friends.
The Manchester community is wonderful and I feel blessed to teach at Nolley and serve its children.