• Welcome to Mrs. Parr's Class

    First Grade-Manito School

    parr@oaklandschoolsnj.org

    (201)337-6106

    Extra Help Day: Wednesdays

     

    Current Units of Study:

    ELA (reading and writing): Fiction and Personal Narrative

    Math: Addition and subtraction up to 10

             Learn addition and subtraction facts to 10

    Science:  Sound

    Social Studies: Communities

    Character Education: Responsibility

     

     

    This Week's Homework

    Monday: PE
    
    Take Home Journal
    Word Work

    Read for 20 minutes
    After reading discuss the story together. Who was in the story? What was the story about?
    What happened in the beginning, middle and end of the story? Did you like the story? Why or why not?
    Did you learn anything from the story?
    
    TUESDAY: ART 
    
    Math Sheet
    Word Work

    Read for 20 minutes
    After reading discuss the story together. Who was in the story? What was the story about?
    What happened in the beginning, middle and end of the story? Did you like the story? Why or why not?
    Did you learn anything from the story?
    
    WEDNESDAY: MUSIC
    

    Word Work

    Read for 20 minutes
    After reading discuss the story together. Who was in the story? What was the story about?
    What happened in the beginning, middle and end of the story? Did you like the story? Why or why not?
    Did you learn anything from the story?
     
    ***BRING LIBRARY BOOKS TO SCHOOL TOMORROW****
    
    
    THURSDAY: LIBRARY
    
    Math Sheet
    Word Work

    Read for 20 minutes
    After reading discuss the story together. Who was in the story? What was the story about?
    What happened in the beginning, middle and end of the story? Did you like the story? Why or why not?
    Did you learn anything from the story?
     
    FRIDAY: PE

     

     

    Homework Information

       Homework is generally assigned each night of the week.  Every evening, 
    it is important to check the assignment completed. In addition to assigned
    homework, reading should be included in your child's homework time each night.  
    
        Remember, homework is meant to be a gentle reminder of the material 
    learned that day and is not meant to be too difficult for your child.  If a 
    problem or a question arises, please contact me.