First Grade

Philosophy


First grade is a time to grow and learn like never before! Books begin and end our days as we dive into reading. Throughout the year, first graders will come home singing songs, brimming with bird facts, chanting word wall words, delving into unique mammals, and begging to play math games.  We can't wait to have you join us on this exciting educational journey.

Teachers
 
(click on teacher name to visit their website)

Mrs. Andrighetto x2608 

 
 Ms. Pellegrini  x2611 
 
Ms. Trefero x2603 
           
 

It's time for Take Home Reading !!!
Please take a moment to watch this great new video
from the First Grade Team
!

Sun
 
Summer Reading
    


 
Learning Links for your First Grader
 
If your child is inclined to use the computer, these sites have educational value.
Language Arts & Phonics Reading Math
Starfall Eric Carle Everyday Math
Spelling City Kevin Henkes (get your User Name and password from your teacher)
Missing Letter Game Jan Brett
Synonym Memory Game Ezra Jack Keats A+ Math
Antonym Memory Game Tomie dePaola Gamequarium (interactive math games)
Contraction Memory Game Robert Munsch Basic Math Fact Quizzes (includes printable
Raz Kids Shel Silverstein worksheets and answersheets)

Dr. Seuss Online Math Practice
Science & Social Studies
Rainforest Maths
Social Studies student login
Thinking and Strategy Games
(Use the same "User" and "Password" login you use at school)
Power Builders practice website


Glogster-Mammal Animal    
 

United Streaming and Brainpop
 
There is so much to learn about our world. At Ed1Stop you can find some of our best subscription services such as Brainpop and United Streaming. Click the link below and then select "School Help" from the tab bar to see all Ed1Stop has to offer.
 
Learn more at Ed1Stop

Please check with your classroom teacher for the classroom student login and password.

Research
 
Askkids.com is a safe search engine for students. (students should be supervised at all times when using any search engine)
Kidsclick.org is "web search for kids by librarians."