Ms. Hitchman


Posted: September 30, 2019

Homework for the week:

  • Read the sound poem “e” and the sound words 1-2 times aloud. (the Action is that they put their hand on their chest when they say the sound “e”)
  • We will begin a new book on Tuesday. Students are to read their book 1-2 times aloud. *Some students will begin to bring home leveled books. Encourage them to look at the picture and follow along with their finger.

  • Students will start their printing book this week. Students are to do one letter each week. Trace and write the letter in between the lines. This will help when they are writing their stories. *Some students have finished A, so they won’t have that for homework.

  • Math: We have been working on repeating patterns and counting forwards and backwards 1 to 20. Students are to practice singing the songs on the teacher page, or practice saying the numbers forwards and backwards.



Monday: Orange Shirt day

Homework sent home, Gym & Music


Tuesday: Gym


Wednesday: Gym


Thursday: Fletcher’s Farm Field Trip (Please bring in $3 if you haven’t already)




Friday: Homework returned


            Show and Tell (One student will present, I will write in their agenda)

Posted: September 30, 2019

Rene Renard- Sound of the week

Here is the sound of the week!


Posted: September 30, 2019

Orange Shirt day at Nelson Rural School

Posted: September 29, 2019

Just a reminder that Monday is “orange shirt day” to honour and

remember the residential school survivors. 

Posted: September 23, 2019

Math song for Subitizing

This subitizing video is good to practice with your child. It is in English but you can also put it on mute, as it does not need the sound. Students should work on saying how many are in the group without counting by one.


Posted: September 23, 2019

Sound of the week

Le son "ahhh"

Posted: September 16, 2019


Our weekly homework was sent home today in the home folders. Students are to work on the sound of the week and their new book each night this week and return all on Friday.

The video links were not uploading right away, but they finally did, so they can use these links to help them with pronounciation.

à demain!

Mme Hitchman

Posted: September 16, 2019

Isabelle Iguane

Posted: September 16, 2019

Quel âge as-tu?

Posted: September 15, 2019

Our grade 1 french immersion class presenting a poem and a song for the Grandparent's Tea assembly.


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