- Victoria Howell
- Tina McCracken
- Natalie Rempe
- Alexis Tomlinson
- Robin Wise
- Terri Youtz
What will I learn?
Reading & Language Arts
We will identify the structure of a story by describing the beginning, middle and end. We will answer who, what, where, why, when, how questions using details from the text to support response. We will determine the central message, lesson, or moral of a story as well as determine the author’s
purpose for writing the text.
We will fluently add and subtract to 20. We will add and subtract larger
numbers (up to 1,000) using base ten blocks, open number lines or place value
strategies. We will solve story problems. We tell time (5 minute intervals) & count coins/dollars, solving money problems.
We will explore life cycles, study the weather, learn about matter and investigate sound. We will learn about citizenship, history, geography and economics.
School Supply List
- #2 pencils and erasers
- box of 24 crayons
- sticky notes
- baggies and tissues
- wide ruled notebook paper
- wide ruled notebooks and folers (number will be determined by individual teachers
* This replaces the county-issued list.
Practice your basic counting skill
within 1,000. Skip count by fives and
tens and tell what number is one more
or one less than any given number.
Make sure you are fluent in your basic
addition and subtraction facts.
Practice naming coins and their values.
In your spare time, read! Try to find a
new series you may enjoy, such as
Junie B. Jones, Horrible Harry, the
Magic Tree House books or A to Z
mysteries. Read nonfiction books about
topics that interest you. Just READ!
Please consider donating the following items:
- Expo Markers
- Clorox Wipes
- Baby Wipes
- Post-it Notes
- Index Cards
- Construction Paper