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Aimee Munro

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Mrs. Munro's 
First Grade Class​

​About Mrs. Munro
I was born and raised in South Florida.​ I moved to Cape Coral in 2015​ with my husband, our son and our two dogs. I graduated from Florida Atlantic University in 2009 with my Bachelors degree in Elementary Education. I received my Masters Degree in Elementary Education in December 2017. I love the beach and spending time with my family.  My favorite restaurants are Chick-fil-A, Culvers and Panera. My favorite colors are turquoise and yellow. I am a breast cancer survivor! 

Learning ​​Focus
January 15-19
  • words with -ed endings (hopped, skipped, planned etc.)
  • Comparing and contrasting characters within a story
  • Writing at least three complete sentences with proper punctuation and ending markson a given topic. 
  • Fact and opinion
  • Contractions with the word "not"
All Reading/Spelling homework is done in the 1/2 size composition book. This is to stay in the binder

Monday: No School
Tuesday:  Defining map with -ed words (hopped, skipped, planned etc.)
​Wednesday: ​Pick 4 -ed words and use each word in a sentence. 
Thursday:  ​Pyramid spell 5 -ed words

  • Counting forward and backward with numbers between 1 and 120
    • ​Counting by 1, 5 and 10

Science: Earth's surface 

Social Studies: Map skills

Upcoming Events and Reminders
  • January 29 - Naples Zoo Field Trip - we leave school at 8:35
  • February 12 - Valentine's Day Mailboxes due (more info to come)
  • February 19 & 20 - No School

Question of the week

What number have 2 tens and 3 ones?

(Students, write your answer to our question in your planner. Show me your correct answer to receive a prize!)​


​Quarter 3​ Sight Words
Practice reading these words each night. List ie behind the 100's chart in your child's binder. 

AR Books and Library Visits

​Our class visits the library every Thursday. Once a book has been read atleast 3 times, students can take an AR test. ​

 An AR test is a short test that checks the student's comprehension. 

Each student has an AR point goal for the quarter. There's a special treat, at the end of the quarter, for students who meet their AR  goal!  

Thinking Map Winners
August- Ariana
September - Selena 
October - Jonathan
November - Blake 
December - 
January - 
February - 
March - 
April - 
May -

Don't Forget!
  • ​Any changes in the way your child goes home, must have a written and signed note (can be in the planner), or a fax to the front office.  Thank you for your cooperation!
  • If you have any questions or concerns, the quickest way to contact me is to e-mail me at