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  • 1. Welcome to First Grade! Open House Ms. Ellington’s Class
  • 2. Welcome Parents and Students!
    • Goals for the open house:
      • To help you understand the work your child will be doing throughout the school year
      • To explain the county expectations of your child
      • To share information about how you can support your child’s learning
  • 3. Meet Ms. Ellington…
    • Pinellas County Schools – Grades K-3 for 19 years
    • Master’s Degree Curriculum and Instruction
    • National Board Certified Early Childhood Generalist
    • Teacher of Early Childhood Courses – University of Phoenix – 8 years
    • I love teaching and believe in teaching to your child’s unique learning styles.
  • 4. Curriculum Goals
    • Reading/Language Arts – Reading Units Of Study, MacMillan Treasures
    • Math
    • Social Studies, Science, and Health
    • Music, Art, PE
  • 5. Reading/Language Arts
    • Reading Units of Study, MacMillan Treasures Reading Program
    • Small Group Guided Reading Instruction
    • Weekly Vocabulary
    • Comprehension Monitoring
    • Phonics
  • 6. Math
    • Harcourt Math Series
    • Everyday Math Games
    • Student Centered Mathematics – Van de Walle
    • Problem Solving
    • Fewer Objectives
    • More in-depth discovery
  • 7. Social Studies, Science, Health
    • Integrated Approach to Real World
    • Discussion
    • Cooperative Grouping
    • Hands-On Activities
  • 8. Assessments/ Report Cards
    • Reading/Writing – August/September, December, and April
    • November, February, June
  • 9. Classroom and School Rules
    • Classroom rules will be created as a team with student input
    • School wide behavior plan
  • 10. School Policies
    • Beginning of year packet
  • 11. Get Involved…
    • There are many opportunities for you to become involved in our classroom activities
    • Room mother
    • Green Team
    • Field Trip Chaperones/Drivers
    • Fund Raisers and Special Events
    • Volunteer Form
  • 12. Classroom Blog…
    • www.sailingintolearning.blogspot.com
    • Release form
  • 13. Questions??
  • 14.