Notes for Parents:
- Thanks again for such a wonderful year. You are raising some pretty amazing little humans and I am honored to have been a small part of their journey. Our last quote this year was, “Endings are not always a bad thing, it just means something new can begin.” I will smile remembering all the gifts your children have given me this year. They have inspired me, encouraged me, and loved me well. Again, thank you for sharing them with me. And thank you once again to all who volunteered in our class this year in one way or another. We appreciated your time and all the things you helped to send in so we could have such fun and successful special days. Have a safe and happy summer! -Victoria
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Talent Show – It was so fun to have our talent show in person again this year! We sure do have some talented kiddos at Georgetown. The kids loved the teachers’ skit at the end!
5th Grade Clap Out: We cheered on the fifth graders as they walked out of our school one last time before heading to middle school next year!
2nd Grade Tour: We were able to team up with a second-grade classroom to learn more about 2nd grade. The first graders were able to tour the room and ask questions to learn what second grade is all about!
Lemonade Day – As a class, we made some lemonade together… it was so tasty! We reviewed our “how-to” writing skills and wrote about how to make lemonade. For reading, we worked on our retelling skills about a lemonade story. After trying both lemonade and pink lemonade, we worked on our graphing skills to see which kind was liked best by the class! For word study, the kiddos tried to make as many new words as they could using the words ‘cold lemonade’.
Sports Day – To start off sports day we created our very own realistic fiction story by rolling a dice. We rolled the dice to choose our athlete, setting, and problem. In math, we worked on partners of 10 by coloring jerseys, and we even played some basketball with cheese puffs. Each cup they made a cheese puff into had a number under it, so they had to add all three numbers together.
Beach Day – We completed a summer bucket list and talked about what we are looking forward to most this summer!
Last Day Fun!!
First Grade Awards