Quick Links

Skip to main content Skip to navigation

Main Navigation

Top

Classroom Spotlights

Sub Navigation

Top

Headlines

 

Home > breadcrumbs: Resources > breadcrumbs: Classroom Spotlights >

Working...

Ajax Loading Image

 


Skip image

 Story image 1_0
57e933d24ea1d (Click Image for Slideshow) Owen and Blayton are busy helping their friend, Lucas.
Garrett, Karissa, Chayse, Kamryn, Ryleigh and Lucille are busy learning how to play a game together.
Nevaeha and Lily are busy learning how to be friends.
Marissa and Jackson are busy learning how to partner read.
Cole and Gehrig are busy learning math facts while playing a math game.
Josiah is busy reading by himself.
Madison is busy learning to write sentences and stories in her journal.
Dillyn and Antonio are busy learning how to share story predictions.
(Click Image for Slideshow) Owen and Blayton are busy helping their friend, Lucas.

Classroom Spotlight for Week of September 26th - Mrs. Edler, 1st Grade, GVGS

September 26, 2016

     This month, the first graders in Mrs. Edler's class have enjoyed many stories by well-known author and illustrator, Eric Carle.  The first Eric Carle story read aloud was The Very Hungry Caterpillar. The students compared the diet of the story's caterpillar to the diet of the seven monarch caterpillars Mrs. Edler brought to school.  Over several weeks, the children watched them munch milkweed leaves and grow in size. The highlight of our study was the observation of a caterpillar creating and wiggling into its chrysalis.  It was amazing!  The students also learned how to identify male and female butterflies by special markings on their beautiful wings. 

     The book, The Very Busy Spider, inspired the children to reflect on how busy they have been learning in first grade.  Using brightly painted paper, the students created spiders similar to Eric Carle's illustrations to compliment their "very busy first grader" writing project.

Back To Top