Tick, tock! Tick, tock!
Fun with clock games during small group
Thank you to Mrs. Laura for being our MYSTERY READER today! We loved hearing all about the many HATS you wear and your love of Dr. Seuss!
What LEARNING and GROWING went on in room 217 this week:
ELA: Class Novel: Thanksgiving on a Thursday by Mary Pope Osborne; connecting words and pictures; alphabetical order
Writing: character elements and dialogue
Students of the week:
Eleanor and Ellie
Thank you for taking INITIATIVE and being respectful!
- 11/15: Interims sent home – please sign and return the envelope
- 11/25: COUNTRY RESEARCH PROJECTS DUE
- 11/27 – 11/29 – THANKSGIVING BREAK! Gobble! Gobble!
Good afternoon, parents!
It seems as though time is moving in fast forward, and the trees for Festival of Trees is already on the horizon.
I would like to do a ‘food truck’ tree for Mrs. Saxon’s class.
I think it will be cute to decorate our tree with sparkling lights and various food themed ornaments, like a taco, piece of pizza, and coffee mug to name a few. If you are out shopping and see one you’d be willing to donate, that would be amazing.
I could then get gift cards to as many food trucks around town as possible. I am hoping that maybe some trucks will either match my dollar amount or generously donate a gift card. If you know anyone who owns a food truck, and you would be willing to reach out to them, that would be great!
I know this is a tough time of the year, so any monetary donations toward our tree will be greatly appreciated! I was blown away by your support of our Plinko booth, so I hope we can have a stellar tree this year!
Trees are due on 12/6, but I’d like to start making my rounds and cross this off my to do list, so if it’s possible, please send in donations prior to Thanksgiving break.
Thank you all for your support!
Heather Beidle (Kalilah’s mama)