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    What to Expect in First Grade!

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    Welcome to First Grade!  My Name Is Dona Bolden and I Am Going to Be Your Child’s First Grade Teacher This Year!  I Am so Excited That Your Child Is Going to Be in My Class! 

    First Grade Is an Exciting Time As Children Embark upon New Adventures in the World of Learning.  I Am Looking Forward to a Very Exciting and Productive Year Working with Your Child.  I Will Strive Each Day to Make Learning a Fun and Enriching Process for Your Child.  However, I Need Your Help in Making This Year As Successful As It Can Be!  I Believe That You and I Are a Team Working Together to Help Your Child Develop Emotionally and Academically.  You Are the Most Important Person in Your Child’s Life and You Are Also a Teacher in Your Child’s Life.  I Know If We Work Together and Communicate, Your Child Will Have a Very Successful Year!  Please Contact Me with Any Questions or Concerns You May Have During the Year.  I Can Be Reached at 314-241-7165, or by Email. (Donna.bolden@aol.com) 

    Education Experts Have a Solid Answer. If Kindergarten Is About Transitioning Away from the Play-based Learning of Preschool, Then First Grade Is About Stepping Fully into the World of Academics.

    “The Overall Goal of First Grade Is the Mastery of Skills Across All Domains – Social, Emotional, Cognitive, Language and Physical,” Rashi Sharma, a Relationship Implementation Specialist at the National Association for the Education of Young Children, Wrote in an Email. “It Is Key for a First Grader to Graduate Feeling (Confident) in Their School Life.”

    Of Course, There Is Still Plenty of Time for Fun, and the Best First-grade Teachers Make Learning Engaging. But by the End of the Year, Experts Say There Are a Series of Academic Milestones Contained in State and Federal Learning Standards That a First Grader Generally Should Have Mastered.







Last Modified on August 17, 2022