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Hailey Myers



Welcome to Mrs. Myers' Class!
We're Wild About Learning in First Grade!




 The phonics rules need to be memorized, so that your child can refer to them when reading and spelling.

The following is our new grade scale:
Please forgive me if I accidentally write the wrong letter grade on your child's paper. It is hard to break old habits.
90- 100 A
80-89 B
70-79 C
65-69 D
64 and below F
For a first grader to be promoted to second
grade they must have an 80 or above average
in Reading at the end of the year.




                   

Reading Street


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August Birthdays





#1- A vowel followed by a consonant is short, code it with a
breve (smile).
#2- An open, accented vowel is long, code it with a macron.
(short, straight line)
#3 When to use k and c in spelling. K(k) is used for the /k/ sound when followed by an i, e, or y. C(c) is used
when followed by an a, o, u, or any consonant letter.
#4 When a word has a short vowel sound and ends with a /k/ sound use ck. Example: pick,   pack,  buck
#5 when a word has more than one vowel sound, it has more than one syllable. You hear a syllable every time you hear a vowel sound.
#6 When the /k/ sound comes after a long vowel use ke to spell the /k/ sound.
#7 A vowel followed by a consonant and sneaky e is long. Code it with a macron(straight line)
#8 Floss Rule: When a one-syllable root word has a short vowel sound followed by the sound /f/, /l/, or /s/, it is usually spelled
ff, ll, or ss.
#9 Final /v/ Spelling Rule- When a word has the final sound /v/ it is spelled ve.
#10 Spelling with Final c : Final /k/ Spelling Rules:
ck after a short vowel, k after consonant or a vowel digraph, ke after a long vowel, c after a word with two or more syllables.
#11 Final, Stable Syllables come at the end of base/root words. They always say the same thing.
High Frequency Words: their, there, come, some, does, goes,
                   been, put, want, was, where, two, done, one, sure, don't, won't, bought,
                   brought, fought, thought, could, should,
                   would, school, says, give, have, live,
                   they, people, eye









 







 
 






 





 


All About Me
I taught Kindergarten for 8 years.  This is my first year teaching first grade and I am super excited!!!  I love teaching small kids!  I enjoy doing cute art projects and painting!  I also enjoy creating fun ways of learning with technology.

My Motto
"Tell me and I forget, teach me and I remember, involve me and I learn."


 

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Please check your child's binder every night.

Please send snack with your child to school every day.



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  






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