Saturday, September 15, 2018







Friday we joined in with National Dot Day.  This is a day that is centered around "Making your mark" in the world.  Author Peter Reynolds of The Dot wrote an adorable story about a little girl who learns to express herself through art.  This story allows us to tap into a growth mindset and challenges us to"make a mark and see where it takes us!" 
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Monday, September 10, 2018

***Important notes***

1. Your child is coming home today with a paper bag that they may choose some items to place inside and bring to school.  Your child will share these items with the class and then return them home. 

2.  Wednesday is a delayed start!  See you at 9:30 that morning.

3.  Picture day is on Friday! If you want your child to have their picture taken please fill out the paperwork for that and bring it anytime or on Friday the latest.  
***Thank you***

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Today we had our first Woodsy Wednesday! This morning we went outside before the scorching heat hit. Prior to going out, we were inspired by the program Mystery Doug where we talked about curiosity and wonder. We then headed out to ponder some of our own questions inspired by the great outdoors! Some of our questions were..."How do rattlesnakes poison you?" "How do vines grow on buildings?" "Why do bees have such a big stinger?" And so many more...!




Yesterday we talked about the wonderful flexible seating we have in our classroom.  This helps us meet the needs of all our learners! We talked about expectations while we use these during the day.  We pick a seat that will help our body to do its best learning!


Hello!
I was hoping to have blogged this weekend but I had some technical difficulties.  We have been having such an amazing time in class.  We ended our week with our first birthday celebration on Friday! Happy birthday Drew!! We had popsicles and had a compliment circle, where we passed along some love towards Drew!

Thursday, August 30, 2018



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We were so surprised to see our white dough change color!!  
Looks like a GREAT year ahead!!



On the first day of school I could tell these first graders have such a special love of reading!!







Friday we joined in with National Dot Day.  This is a day that is centered around "Making your mark" in the worl...