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Book return part 2

As you’re looking for library books to return to Eshleman, please take a moment to look inside your child’s back pack for their red reading folder, or reading bag from Ms. Wilson (if they see Ms. Wilson for reading).

Inside the reading folder may be a guided reading book. This book may be returned to the Eshleman book bin along with library books. If you have a moment, please label the guided reading book with 1-T. Ms. Wilson’s entire book bag may be returned labeled Wilson.

I did find a few red reading folders in student cubbies as I cleaned the room, so if you don’t find it at your house, no worries!

Thank you so much!

Could you please take a minute to complete this form?

Parents/Guardians:We were unable to send out our annual form to gather information regarding your enrollment plans for next year.  Would you please take a moment and fill out this short form letting us know if your child/children will be attending Eshleman Elementary next year?   https://forms.gle/9KyNSHPeNwq9Sjg1A
Thank you in advance for your time, 
Krista Cox, Ed. D., Principal Eshleman Elementary School 

Library Book Drop Off

Hi Parents,

Dig into those backpacks and check under the beds for any Eshleman library books hiding at home. You may drop them off at school by placing them in the box near the front doors of our main entrance. Thanks so much!

Grade 1 Learning Activities Checklist

May 11, 2020 – May 15, 2020

Access activities for each day with one click beside the date or click here to access a running list of all activities for the week.  
Please make note of the activities that you should send your classroom teacher.  Your classroom teacher will let you know if they prefer email or some other method of submission.  
For those looking for additional activities, check out the extras at the bottom of some of the day’s activities.     
May 11, 2020 → Click here for Monday’s activities.  Math:  Squares & Rectangles ELA:  Word Work & Introduction to Story ElementsSocial Studies: Introduction to the 5 Themes of Geography
What do I send to my teacher? Send your description of the plot, setting, and character from the picture to your teacher for ELA.  
May 12, 2020 → Click here for Tuesday’s activities. Math:  Triangles & Trapezoids ELA:  Word Work & Story Elements Social Studies: 5 Themes of Geography – Location  
What do I send to my teacher?  Send one of the options in the powerpoint or the  independent practice answers to your teacher for math.  
May 13, 2020 → Click here for Wednesday’s activities. Math:  Circle & 2D ShapesELA:  Word Work, Traveling Through Time, & Here in SpaceSocial Studies:  Place Day 1: Physical Features
What do I send to my teacher? Send your teacher your answers to the physical features questions #1-10 for Social Studies.  
May 14, 2020 → Click here for Thursday’s activities. Math:  2D Shapes & Composite Figures ELA:  Word Work & Story ElementsSocial Studies:  Place Day 2: Human Features
What do I send to my teacher? Send the answers to the Composing Figures worksheet to your teacher for math.  
May 15, 2020 → Click here for Friday’s activities. Math:  Fun Fact FridayELA:  Word Work & Story Elements Social Studies:  Movement  
What do I send to my teacher? Send the answers to the comprehension questions to your teacher for ELA.  

Google Meet on 5/8

I hope everyone had fun in the sun this weekend! To prepare for our Google Meet on Friday, please have a white piece of copy paper, construction paper, or notebook paper, and a pencil with an eraser. If you don’t have white paper, bring a lite color such as tan, pink, or yellow. The paper should be about 8 1/2 x 11 size if possible. We’ll have another mystery guest this week! I’m excited to see you!!

https://meet.google.com/xph-hexc-exc

New learning Activities

Hi Friends,

I am so proud of each one of you who was BRAVE enough to join in on our talent show! It was a lot of fun watching you share something special! After a nice sunny weekend I hope you are energized and ready for some fun new activities! I’ll be at school on Monday cleaning up our classroom. I’ll check my email from 11:00-12:00, but the rest of the day I’ll be busy cleaning and packing so I won’t be returning emails until the evening.

Grade 1 Learning Activities Checklist

May 4, 2020 – May 8, 2020

Access activities for each day with one click beside the date or click here to access a running list of all activities for the week.  
Please make note of the activities that you should send your classroom teacher.  Your classroom teacher will let you know if they prefer email or some other method of submission.  
For those looking for additional activities, check out the extras at the bottom of some of the day’s activities.     
May 4, 2020 → Click here for Monday’s activities.  Math:  Time with an Analog Clock to the ½ hourELA:  Word Work & Duke’s WorkScience:  Habitats 
What do I send to my teacher?  Send a picture or scan of your sentence to your teacher for ELA.  
May 5, 2020 → Click here for Tuesday’s activities. Math: Half Past Spin Off or Clock ReadingELA: Word Work & Amazing AnimalsScience:  Forest Habitats 
What do I send to my teacher? Send a picture of yourself playing Half Past Spin Off or send your answers 2 – 6 of the clock reading to your teacher for math.    
May 6, 2020 → Click here for Wednesday’s activities. Math:  Going Digital ELA: Word Work, Poem, Animals of the ForestScience:  Forest Animals
What do I send to my teacher? Send a picture or scan of your forest animal research/ graphic organizer to your teacher for science.  
May 7, 2020 → Click here for Thursday’s activities. Math: Jeopardy ReviewELA:  Word Work & Alphabetizing Science:  Ocean Habitats 
What do I send to my teacher? Send your three sentences about what you learned in chapter 8 to your teacher for math.  
May 8, 2020 → Click here for Friday’s activities. Math:  Fun Fact Friday ELA:  Animal Sentences & Animal Web Science:  Experiment Friday – Ocean Saltwater and Density 
What do I send to my teacher? Send a picture or scan of your two animal sentences and your animal web to your teacher for ELA.