Grade 1

The new classroom teacher for grade one beginning September 2019 is Ms. Raylene Denny.  Ms. Denny is moving from grade four to her new role and we wish her all the best.

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Enjoy your summer!!

WOW! Our year together in grade one is coming an end soon. In grade one we have been working on Addition and Subtraction to 20 and moving into Numbers to 100 in Math. We explored the Gaelic culture in Nova Scotia and will be exploring the Acadians culture this month.  We have also been working on our animal research projects, which will be presented this month.

The grade ones learned a lot and enjoyed the drum making session. Drums will be going home on June 4th, after the community feast. Our annual year-end field trip will be coming up on June 6th. This year we will be going to Hatfield farms for a day of fun. Permission slips need to be returned to the school by June the 5th

Students in Grade One were able to participate in an afternoon of science fun.

Grade ones hosted their parents/guardians at our first Mi'kmaw Language social.

March has been a busy month that flew by quickly.  We hope everyone had a good MARCH break.  A well deserved Break needed by all.

The grade one’s have ben working on their reading and writing. Measurement in Math and Living; Non-living things in Science, and we will be starting a new unit in math this month on Numbers to 100.

 The grade one’s enjoyed our Winter Carnival events.  The movie we enjoyed was the Lego Movie; it was a funny movie.  The grade one’s also enjoyed cheering on their teacher during the Teachers vs. the Students hockey game.  After the hockey game we enjoyed an hour of swimming.

 In April we would like to wish a Happy Birthday to Robert!

February was another busy month in grade one.  We had an exciting field trip to the Natural History Museum to see the Dinosaur exhibit.  The grade ones learned a lot about other cultures in Nova Scotia. They also learned about the Dinosaurs and enjoyed seeing the Dinosaurs. The Grade Ones were well behaved and had a great visit.  

We celebrated the 100thday of school on the 22ndof February. We worked with the number 100 all day in all subjects. 100 days already. Time is flying. 

We are currently working on Measurement in Math, Living and Non-Living things in Science, and doing lots of reading and writing during Literacy time. 

We look forward to winter carnival week coming up in March and of course March break! 

We would like to send birthday wishes for the month of March.  Happy Birthday Masin and Payton on March 4th

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