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A Note from the Teacher

5/26/17

Dear Superkid Families,

It has been such a privilege to teach your children. I am so pleased by the growth each child has made in class this year. As I have expressed to them, it is important that they continue to learn over the summer so they don't lose what they have worked hard to learn in first grade, and I hope you will encourage your child to read every day and engage in summer learning opportunities. Children do not need to attend a summer school to learn over the summer, and there are some fun and simple things you can do at home to help your child learn. I have attached a tip sheet to give you some ideas.

 

You may be interested in signing up for the Arthur F. Turner Community Library's Summer Reading Program. You can sign up online or in person at the library. There will be fun events on Tuesdays at 4 pm. You can find more information posted on the Superkid Reading Practice page on our class website. The Community Library also offers a free lunch program for kids and teens over the summer. You need to register for the program, and should contact them for more information.

 

I will be sending home extra decodable books and unused workbooks. Students have started a gratitude journal and I hope you will encourage them to think of three good things to write about every day to help them develop a positive attitude and be happy children.

 

We will be celebrating what we have learned the last week of school. Students will be creating sock puppets, which they will use to perform for each other, retelling stories they have heard this year, and will decorate superhero capes with information about themselves. We will spend time reading with friends, writing in journals, and building and creating collaboratively, as we have done throughout the school year. We look forward to an awesome end of the school year.

 

I am grateful for all your support in helping your child learn in first grade and look forward to seeing them on their way to their second grade classrooms next year. Best wishes for a happy, healthy summer together!

 

Christine Scoleri

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