Three Dimensional Shapes

November 19, 2018

We solved some block stacking problems to see which team could make the tallest tower.  Ask your student to name some of the shapes that we are using!

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Halloween

November 1, 2018

We had a fun and creative Halloween this year– here are some pictures!

A Chain Project

October 24, 2018

We had a request for a chain– and sprang into action.  In the process we used a lot of artistic, planning, and measuring skills.  And had a lot of fun!

The Art Center

October 8, 2018

We usually have one featured painting of the week that gets to be displayed in the fancy frame on the back wall.  This week it is a mystery artist– because there is no name on it.

Could it be yours?

Last week’s:

This week’s:

Round and Round the Old Oak Tree

October 7, 2018

When we hold hands and circle around the rug while singing, we imagine that we are going around students who are pretending to be a tree.  When the circle stops, we raise our hands and the “trees” can go through all of the “windows” that our hands make.  It’s a classic Kindergarten song-game.

We sang this song together as we folded and cut paper, and surprise!  The papers looked just like our friends holding hands.

See if you can point and sing the song that is on the back of this scissors-and-glue project.

Maybe your student can teach you!

Our Stuffed Animals

September 12, 2018

We are finding out so much as we get to know each other.

We read a book about a boy who is reluctant to take his bear to a sleepover, and the discussion turned to our own stuffed animals.

Here is the breakdown, and although a few other types of animals are represented in the rabbit category my own stuffed animal is a rabbit.

School Menus

September 5, 2018

Have a look to the links to the right– I have posted a link to our school breakfast and lunch menus.

If you are curious about what the “GNG” stands for, it’s “grab and go,” or a bag breakfast.

Welcome to Room 128

September 5, 2018

It has been a busy two days!

I will post some pictures of what our days are like pretty soon– we just need to have the media release forms all collected.

But in the meantime, ask your students what their favorite read-aloud has been.  My guess is that it is Caps for Sale.  That’s my favorite too.

Remember to check the blue folder every evening, and if you ever have any questions, a note in there is a good way to make sure that I can answer it thoughtfully when I get a little break in the day.

Also ask your student about favorite song games.  My favorite is Oats, Peas Beans.

See you tomorrow!

2018 Class Video

June 17, 2018

Lego Day

May 30, 2018

This is one of my favorite days of the Alphabet Countdown!