Ms. Christine Trickel

Phone: (610)626-9168

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Degrees and Certifications:

BS Elementary Education MS Elementary Education

Ms. Christine Trickel

This year is going to be packed with learning!  You will see your children become readers!  We will cover many topics in Math like place value, even and odd, addition/subtraction facts up to 20, measuring, regrouping and much more.  Our classroom will be a community of thriving learners.  We will be talking all year about the Power of YET!  Making mistakes is an important part of learning and not being able to tackle a task with success YET gives a learner goals.  

Each night there will be homework.  The purpose of homework is for your child to practice what we learned in school that day.  I ask that you spend time at the end of your day checking their homework and signing their homework books.  Coming prepared each day helps children start their day off on the right foot.  If you have any questions, please feel free to send in a note or email me at ctrickel@upperdarbysd.org. 

  

 

 

 

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  • Specials For Room 120

    Day A – Music

    Day B – Art

    Day C – Library

    Day D – Gym

     

    Every Thursday we have Computer Lab.

  • Upcoming Events

     

    Early Out - November 6th

    Progress Reports go out November 13th.

    American Education Week - Week of November 18th

                         All are welcome to Room 120 for a special writing lesson on November 20th at 10:15  to 11:00.

    Parent/Teacher Conferences - November 25th and 26th

    November 27th - Class Trip to Lankenau Hospital

    November 27th - Turkey Trot

     

  • CLASS HOMEWORK

    Each week homework is generally the same.

    Spelling - A packet will come home on Monday. Each night students are expected to do one page.  It is due on Friday. Spelling tests will be given each Friday.

    Some nights I will send printing practice home.  This year we will be teaching cursive.  It's important that students understand spacing, grip, and neatness so that they can make the shift from printing to cursive.

    Math - worksheet each night (Monday through Thursday)

    Read 10 minutes each night.