1st Grade

Miss. Ecoff / Room 106

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This page was last updated on June 14th, 2020.

What's New in Room 106?  

Summer Learning Opportunities:


Linked below is the county created math activities. This document includes links to helpful websites to explore, a web, and several calendars with activities for each day. Each document comes in English and Spanish.

You may also use Dreambox to practice your math skills over the summer: Dreambox. Class codes will differ, please contact your teacher if you need the access code.  


Linked below is a document full of reading programs for your student to participate in this summer. This document includes the county’s reading program, a Chuck E. Cheese reading program and many more! 

Linked below are reading and writing activity choice boards for your child to work on during June, July and August: 

You may also use Reading Eggs, Reading A-Z, or Reading Bears to practice your reading/writing skills!

Phonics Games!-Use the search bar to find fun activities

Science/Social Studies:

Please use these links below to continue learning about Science over the summer:


- Join our class dojo! Please check the paper that was sent home for your child's code!
-In First Grade, students become responsible for checking their folder daily and turning in any forms or papers.

Upcoming Events:

Nightly Homework:

Please try and have your student get on dreambox or reading eggs at home for a few minutes each week. 

Flip Books:
In first grade, the students will be bringing home nightly flip books. These books are to be read every night for 20 minutes independently and with you. The student should be able to read the book mostly on their own with a little help from you. Please encourage your child to figure out unknown words on their own before giving it to them. In order for your child to receive their reading award, you will need to sign their reading log. These books are to be returned the next day. The goal is to read three new books nightly.  We will be starting this soon!

Use real coins to practice...
Saying the name of the coins.
Saying the value of the coins.
Identifying how many pennies equal a nickel, dime and quarter.


   Math: Science:
Reading: Writing: ​

Belmont Student Schedule 

Reading- 60 Minutes 

PE- 15 Minutes 

Art- 45 Minutes 



Writing- 60 Minutes 

PE- 15 Minutes 

Music / Strings 45 Minutes 



Math- 60 Minutes 

PE- 15 Minutes 

Library -45 Minutes 



Science- 60 Minutes 

PE- 15 Minutes 

Guidance - 45 Minutes 



Social Studies- 60 Minutes 

PE- 15 Minutes 

STEM - 45 Minutes