Free the Elves! A First Grade Break Out Activity

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Becca Dooley
Free the Elves! A First Grade Break Out Activity

Miss Dooley’s class helped free 6 elves from captivity! They did this by working together in teams to solve math problems as well as directional problems to unlock 4 locks to free the elves. They only had 30 minutes to do this. Once the locked boxes were opened, they elves magically disappeared to immediately go tell Santa what great teamwork the first graders had. Guess who got a big jump on being on the nice list for Santa? 

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Book Tasting in the Library

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Misty Rindlisbacher
Book Tasting in the Library

Our students had a book tasting in the library last week!  With Thanksgiving coming up, we talked about our favorite foods as well as foods that we don't like at all.  We've all heard someone say, "How do you know you don't like something if you haven't even tried it?"  Books are the same way - you have to try some unfamiliar things to see what you think ... and you might be surprised at what you discover you love!

Dealing with Anxiety

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Dealing with Anxiety

NEBO SCHOOL DISTRICT AND THE UTAH PARENT CENTER PRESENTS:

Dealing with Anxiety in self and children with special needs. Effective tips and techniques for parents!

    DATE:     November 21, 2019

    TIME:     7 p.m.

WHERE:    Nebo School District Office CTE Building - 350 S. Main Street, SF

ADULTS ONLY - childcare is not provided - RSVP:  Heidi@utahparentcenter.org

First Grade Attends Junie B. Jones the Musical

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First Grade
First Grade Attends Junie B. Jones the Musical

First graders were absolutely estatic to be attending Junie B. Jones the Musical at the Scera Theater. We LOVE reading our Junie B. Jones books and could not believe our EYES when we finally got to see her on stage! First graders wore their best dress to the theater. We were the sharpest looking bunch there. The weather kept us from eating lunch at the park, but we sure had a great time having a picnic in our classrooms.