Wow, with all the snow today you wouldn’t really think we were already in the month of MARCH! Well, we are marching right along! Today was an awesome day to talk and experiment with temperature! Below are the important details coming up!
In Friday folders today, please look for the Arvada Center field trip form coming back to you for an additional signature at the very bottom. The copier cut it off somehow and legally we need that signature as well. Questions, just let me know! Send back in on Monday! Sorry about that.
Dr. Seuss Day on Monday was incredibly fun! Mrs. Vaughn and I dressed like Thing 1 and Thing 2, we did ALOT of rhyming and writing- even wrote a poem with the letters of our names using adjectives! The book went home today, check out the amazing work we did! There was also a bookmark inside with my favorite Dr. Seuss quote on it: “The more you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go!” Thanks for sharing your books!
March 18 will be our Radio Disney Field Trip- dance party in the bubble! That day will be a kind of like a free dress day, but wearing dance attire or comfy, exercise clothes.
March 21st- NO SCHOOL, teacher inservice
March 24-28 is SPRING BREAK! And then we will be into April soon after! Oh my!
One of our Core Virtues this month is perseverance. We are highlighting this trait all day long! You would be proud, these kiddos are learning new skills EVERY day and it is tough! They may not get it the first time, but they are not giving up! Try, try, try your best and you will succeed! I am so proud of their effort!
What a great week to begin our study of WEATHER! These kiddos already know a lot about weather, we filled up an entire side of chart paper listing what we already know about weather. Yesterday, we listened to Vivaldi’s Four Seasons as we created our own Four Seasons posters, quite the artists! Today, our study of temperature using the thermometer left us wishing for a cup of hot cocoa. Next week, we will continue with the different types of weather.
Time is flying! Literally throwing a clock in the air- to see “time fly”. LOL. Don’t forget to spring forward your clocks this weekend! In math, we are learning time to the hour, half hour, quarter hour, and 5th minute(5, 10, 15, etc.). They are rocking it! Impressive what these little “sponges” are soaking up!
With Young Writers quickly approaching, we are continuing to work on story sequencing and writing complete thoughts in sentence form. Always asking them to tell me more helps students think of more details to add to their writing. Answering who, what, where, and why is a great start. Next, will be our stories! We are becoming young authors!
Enjoy the snow! Drive safe! 73 in Denver by Sunday- REALLY?! Hmmmm……