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Grant Grade 1





Our Town Painting Project
Colebrook Recreation Department


We want everyone to see our community through the eyes of its youngest citizens! (Older eyes are more than welcome to take part as well.) Visit the Tillotson Center porch "pick-up bucket" for materials.
Step 1- Participants draw a memory on the 5x5 card included, an event, a scene, the location or anything that makes them think of Colebrook.
Step 2- Trace your drawing on to the given piece of wax paper
Step 3- Color the wax paper drawing with sharpies (the project must be done in sharpie, we can provide if needed)
Step 3- Put your name on your artwork
Step 4- Return to the Drop off box on the Tillotson Center Porch

Locations To Draw, Draw About
Colebrook Public Library
Tillotson Center
The Pool/Pool Playground/Ice Rink
River Walk
Hiking, Biking, Walking in our community
School  


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Melissa Shaw
Colebrook Recreation Department
17 Bridge Street
Colebrook, NH 03576
Office- 603-237-5086
Cell- 603-331-4363




We want everyone to see our community through the eyes of its youngest citizens! (Older eyes are more than welcome to take part as well.) Visit the Tillotson Center porch "pick-up bucket" for materials.
Step 1- Participants draw a memory on the 5x5 card included, an event, a scene, the location or anything that makes them think of Colebrook.
Step 2- Trace your drawing on to the given piece of wax paper
Step 3- Color the wax paper drawing with sharpies (the project must be done in sharpie, we can provide if needed)
Step 3- Put your name on your artwork
Step 4- Return to the Drop off box on the Tillotson Center Porch

Locations To Draw, Draw About
Colebrook Public Library
Tillotson Center
The Pool/Pool Playground/Ice Rink
River Walk
Hiking, Biking, Walking in our community
School  


image.png

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Melissa Shaw
Colebrook Recreation Department
17 Bridge Street
Colebrook, NH 03576
Office- 603-237-5086
Cell- 603-331-4363















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Happy Spring


I saw a sign of spring!  The Canada Geese have returned home to NH after spending all winter in a warmer climate hundreds of miles away.  


YouTube Video Canada Geese










A Typical Day in First Grade  - Monday - Friday

8:00 – 8:30

Say the Pledge of Allegiance

 Do sheet(s) of choice from “Morning Work” folder

8:30 – 9:00

Morning Meeting

Greeting:

Share:

Activity:

Message:

9:00-9:20

Bathroom break/wash hands/snack

9:20 -9:30

Read Aloud

9:30 – 10:15

Reading

10:15 – 10:50

“Free Choice”

10:50 – 11:00

Clean up and get ready to go outside

11:00 – 11:30

Outside playtime

11:30 – 12:00

Lunch

12:00 -12:25

Quiet Time

12:25 – 1:15

Music, Gym, Keyboarding/Coding, Library, and Art

1:15 – 1:30

Snack

1:30 – 2:00

Math

2:00-2:30

Closing Meeting:

Writing/Discussions about the day

Read Aloud

Go Noodle activity

Group Goodbye

 

 

 

 





























































https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome.html


**This is an excellent site to use for daily activities.

1. Click on link above

2.  Scroll down and click on grade level

3. Enjoy




Class Code:  ColebrookGrade1
**This is the site for our weekly classroom magazines. 







*The following three sites need to be manually typed into the Google search bar.


watchandlearn.scholastic.com
Username:Learning20
Password:Clifford



https://www.abcya.com/
(Great site for all kinds of math learning games)

www.gonoodle.com/goodenergy
*Set up your own account 
OR
go to "Educator Login" and type in the following;

Username:lgrant@csd.sau7.org
Password:ColebrookGrade1
This is a site that we use frequently in the classroom setting.  Students can still do activities at home and our classroom will continue to level up together.



Free Aps and Website that are recommended 



NHPBS Kids Writers Contest


NOTE: Due to current school closures,  the deadline for the NHPBS Kids Writers Contest has ben extended to at least April 30, 2020.  

The NHPBS KIDS WRITERS CONTEST  is open to all kids in grades K-5. Children are asked to write and illustrate an original story and send it to NHPBS postmarked by April 30, 2020.

If you have any questions about the contest, call 603-868-4455 or email sadams@nhpbs.org!

Basic Rules

  • Kindergarten and first grade stories must have a minimum of 50 words and a maximum of 200 words.
  • Second and third grade stories must have a minimum of 100 words and a maximum of 350 words.
  • Fourth and fifth grade stories must have a minimum of 200 words and a maximum of 500 words.
  • Stories must have at least five original, clear and colorful illustrations.
  • Original art can include drawings, collages, and 3-D art created by the author or photographs taken by the author.
  • Stories submitted by mail must be created on one side of the paper and numbered on the back of each page.

Rules, entry forms, and tips for writing a winning story can all be found right here in the blue box on the KIDS WRITERS CONTEST site!! 

If you have any questions about the contest, call (603-868-4455) or email sadams@nhpbs.org.


The Contest in the Classroom

The KIDS WRITERS CONTEST is a great way to promote writing and integrate the arts. It is aligned to New Hampshire reading, writing, and art standards. Writing activity sheets and a contest guide for parents, caregivers, and teachers are available in the resources section of the contest site.

Parent/Teacher Guides


About the Contest

The NHPBS KIDS WRITERS CONTEST is open to children in grades K-5. They are asked to write and illustrate an original story. The contest runs from September through March. We encourage schools, classes, and after school programs and clubs to participate as well as home school children. Children may also submit individual entries. Every child who enters the contest will receive a personalized response to his or her story, a ribbon, a certificate of achievement, and their story will be posted to the web.



  







Happy Spring!

 

It looks like we will all be staying home from school for a few weeks.  What a great time to go outside and search for signs of spring.  Please find, write and illustrate at least two signs of spring you observe.  You will find a writing sheet for both weeks in your folder.

I will miss spending time with you while we learn and discover new things together.  We will still learn new things, but just a little different than we are used to. 

I will be working from home too and I will have my computer with me.  Please email me about any questions you have and I will always write back.

I will plan to call you a couple times each week just to talk to you and see how you are doing.  I will try to call in the morning between 9 and 11 on Tuesdays and Thursdays. 

There is a lot of work in your folders.  Just do what you can each day and try your best.  There is a lot to do online as well.  I have given you some websites that I would like you to use with your Scholastic Magazine.  You can also visit GoNoodle.com and help our class level up  

https://sn1.scholastic.com/

Class Code:  ColebrookGrade1

**This is the site for our weekly classroom magazines.

 

https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome.html

**This is an excellent site to use for daily activities.

watchandlearn.scholastic.com

Username: Learning20
Password: Clifford

*Please use the video response sheets in the folder.

https://www.abcya.com

(Great site for all kinds of math learning games)

 

 

 

www.gonoodle.com/goodenergy

*Set up your own account 

OR

go to "Educator Login" and type in the following;

Username: lgrant@csd.sau7.org
Password: ColebrookGrade1

 

Please take time each day to be grateful, to exercise, to eat healthy, do chores around the house and get plenty of sleep.

See you soon,

Ms. Grant




























































Parents use this code to submit their Scholastic Book Clubs Orders to you online.  https://clubs.scholastic.com/home

Class Code

HVMPT



Building a sense of safe and respectful classroom community includes simple group activities that help the children get to know each other better.  Guided discovery is a method by which areas of the room or classroom materials are introduced slowly and deliberately to the whole class. 

In a responsive classroom setting, teachers see mistakes (in academics and in behavior) as important steps in learning. They encourage students to learn from their mistakes and “try again.” They offer support and reteach as needed. At the same time, teachers provide clear expectations for behavior and stop misbehavior quickly so that students can focus on learning.









































 

 
 
 
 

 

 
 







 

 

 
 

 
 


 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



 


























































































Dear Parent(s),

 

 “We are taking unprecedented action as a state to help manage this evolving public health situation,” Sununu said. “We are doing everything we can to ensure that kids still receive the education that they deserve across New Hampshire. We understand that this may be tough on some individuals and we are doing everything we can to mitigate those concerns and those fears.”

-New Hampshire Union Leader

 

As we embark on this remote learning journey together, please do not hesitate to contact me through email.  I will also be using “Google Classrooms” as a way to communicate.  Please have your child check their gmail.com accounts for an email with an invitation to join the classroom group.

(Reminder that my email address is: lgrant@csd.sau7.org)

*Your child’s information to access their account is below. Please note that both are case sensitive.

Username:

Password:

Please check the school website often for updates from our administration, as well as information pertaining to “Grant Grade 1”. 

 

www.csd.sau7.org

1.   Click on “CE Classes”

2.   Find “Grant Grade 1”

3.   Click on “Grant Grade 1”

 

Again, please do not hesitate to get ahold of me throughout this ordeal.  I will plan to have “office hours” every day M-F from 9 am to 3pm.  I will be working from home and I will do my very best to keep you informed, help with questions, and provide your child with the best education possible, considering the circumstances.

 

Yours Truly,

 

Ms. Grant

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