We are getting ready for a busy last 7 days before break! Today starts our "7 Days of Holidays." Each day, we will focus on a different Holiday topic to be our theme for all subjects of the day! Here is a full list of the topics:
Tuesday 12/13- Nutcracker Day Wednesday 12/14- Hanukkah Day Thursday 12/15- Gingerbread Day Friday 12/16- Grinch Day Monday 12/19- Moosletoe Day Tuesday 12/20- Snowman Day Wednesday 12/21- Polar Express
Our Holiday Happenings and classroom rotaions will take place on Wednesday, December 21st. Please stay tuned for a more detailed descritpion and schedule of the events that will occur that day. We have a lot of fun topics planned, but we will still be working very hard in all subjects during the day and learning a lot. Please ensure your child continues to get a lot of sleep and stays on a regular schedule for the remainer of the quarter!
Also a quick reminder to not forget about the Flat Stanley that was sent home over Thanksgiving break! It is a fun way to tell the students about different areas of the world. So far, he has visited Washington D.C. and had a great time! Thank you to Patrick Cavalcante and his family for sending Stanley on such a fun trip!
November was a busy month! We learned about Thomas Jefferson in Science, how to decide the main idea of a text in Reading, continued our informational writing exploration, and also how to find missing addends in Math! The students all worked very hard and achieved a great amount! We enjoyed the book fair, Thanksgiving Lunch, and a nice refreshing week of break! Please enjoy some pictures of our events attached below.
December will be just as busy, but also a lot of fun! Dates to know in December are: - December 8th- Chick Fil A Spirit Night - December 22nd- January 4th- Winter Break (No School)
Holiday Happenings will occur the last week of school before break! Please check folders regularly for updated information about all of these events.
I hope you had a restful break, and are ready to enjoy the last few weeks of school before the long break! As always, please contact me with any questions or concerns. Thank you!