April 20, 2020

Good Morning Students and Parents!

I hope you had a wonderful weekend playing outside and reading lots of books. Parents, don't forget to check my File and Document link on this site. On there you will find worksheets and important lessons you can do with your child. I will keep you up-to-date on our ClassDojo page. I had so much fun playing the animal guessing game with all of you. I look forward to seeing all of you every Friday.  Please don't forget our weekly Zoom meetings will be every Friday at 2:00 P.M. Parents, if you have any questions or concerns, please send me an email. 

Tree On Top Of The World.pngApril 14, 2020

Students and Parents!

I hope everyone was able to relax some and enjoy themselves a little during last week’s spring break. I want to continue to keep everyone up to date about our schedule. I enjoyed seeing your beautiful faces on Zoom the week before break. I hope to see everyone this time around. I will email everyone today for our upcoming Zoom meeting this Friday. Parents, feel free to email me with any questions or concerns you may have. 

Globe.png March 30, 2020

Dear Students,
thank you so for working so hard at home. I miss all of you so much. I hope you are having fun being outside with your family and learning new things. 

Please continue reading daily, practicing sight words, and doing additions and subtractions for at least 20 minutes daily.

Each week I will be posting a reading and math packet for students to do at home. 

Writing: https://www.typingclub.com/

More Educational Websites

March 23, 2020

To all my babies,
I miss you all so much. I hope you are reading lots of books and enjoying your backyard. I hope to see you all soon. 



ABCYA.com -reading resource

Raz-Kids.com - reading resource

Dreambox.com - math resource


Tech Free Activities:

Math book practice (Origo book A)

Math facts practice

Reading (10-15 minutes per day)

Sight word practice


· daily journal

· fiction and non-fiction stories


Dear Parent/Guardian,
Your child’s school has purchased DreamBox Learning, a K-8 digital math program that independent studies have found to raise student achievement and better prepare children for future success. To Access DreamBox on a Browser Your student can access DreamBox Learning from any computer, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All you need is a high-speed Internet connection. If you’re using a browser, use this link: https://play.dreambox.com/login/dweh/748k If your student uses a picture password, you will also need to enter this Classroom Code: 52066 To Access DreamBox on an iPad To download the DreamBox Learning Math app, go to https://www.dreambox.com/ipad, or search for "DreamBox Learning Math" in the App Store. If you already have the app installed, you’ll want to make sure the latest version of the app has been installed so your student receives the most current experience and lessons. When prompted in the app, enter this school code: dweh/748k If your student uses a picture password, you will also need to enter this Classroom Code: 52066 Create your DreamBox Account to review your student's academic progress at home in your Family Dashboard. Please follow these steps to create your free account: 1. You will need your child’s DreamBox school login information from their teacher to login for the first time. 2. Have your student login to their profile just as they would at school. 3. Click Setup Parent Access at the bottom of the page. 4. Follow the instructions provided to create a new login and password. 5. Read Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. 6. Click "Submit". Log into your home account after setup: 1. Go to https://play.dreambox.com 2. Enter your email address and password. 3. To see student progress, click the "Family Dashboard" button. If you have any questions, please contact DreamBox Support by calling them at 877-451-7845 (weekdays 5 a.m. to 5 p.m., Pacific Time), or emailing support@dreambox.com. 

Dear Parents,

In the event of extended school closings, the first grade team as put together a list of activities you and your child can do to help support their learning at home. These are activities we have done and practiced in the classroom, and sent home previously. We have included both websites and activities you do not need technology to complete. If you have any questions, please contact your child’s teacher.





Tech Free Actitivies:

Math book practice

Math facts practice

Reading (10-15 minutes per day)

Sight word practice


· daily journal

· fiction and non-fiction stories







Hello my name is Broma Clyde. I am so excited to be your child's teacher!  I have been teaching elementary school for 15 years. I began teaching in Florida. I taught there for 8 years, as a 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade teacher. We then moved to Virginia in 2011 where I taught 4th grade. I love teaching and shaping little minds.  I am greatly looking forward to get to know your child and having the best school year that is filled with math, writing, reading, social studies, and science. I can ensure you that I will push your child to their fullest potential! I look forward to a wonderful and exciting year of first grade! 

 Mission: We are the Clydesdale students we will do our very best in all that we do. We, will read our books, learn our high frequency words, write stories, and practice our math.  We will do our best work so that we will be ready for second grade.

Vision: We will be leaders and show quality student behaviors in our school. We will keep our classroom organized and clean. We will be responsible for our own actions. We will be working hard in class.

Goal: Our goal is to learn all our sight words to get us ready for 2nd grade.


 Encore Schedule:

              Day 1: Technology
Day 2: Art
   Day 3: P.E 
      Day 4: Music
        Day 5: Library


            Our Daily Schedule

8:55-9:05 Arrival

9:05-11:05 Guided Reading/Language Arts

11:12-11:42 Lunch

11:42-12:12 Recess

12:15-12:55 Writing

12:55-2:00 Math

2:05-2:45 Encore

2:45-3:00 Snack/Pack Up


3:05-3:35 Science/Social Studies


3:35-3:45 Dismissal