Congratulations to Lexie on her new specs !! They look great!
Our Math work for these upcoming weeks will focus on Data Management. Students, click on this link to practice your data management skills.
My connection to the book is when it says dangerous skies it reminds me of when my dads uncle was a fighter and in the book it has a picture of a plane flying and my dads uncle flu a plane to. He was one of the best fighter groups. That is my connection to a poppy is to remember……………?
3/4 L students have been reading about how we can attract certain birds to remain north for the winter! Creating a source of food for them and placing it in an ideal location which provides shelter and safety are all part of our reading right now. Of course, we wanted to apply all of our learning and create our own bird feeders. We up cycled the milk cartons from the students milk programs and created some useful little feeders to place outsideour classroom window. Some purposeful, motivated writing pieces have emerged from this reading and I look forward to sharing some of these with you shortly. Through discussion, we talked about what types of feed we could place in our feeders: even though the birdies love peanuts and peanut butter, this is one ingredient we can not include – however, seeds and suet are items that can be brought in by students to include in their feeders. Ask your child what he/she learned from this activity. We hope to have a busy winter watching our little friends enjoying their food.
This is some of the garbage we found on our floor after nutrition break. Its not a very pleasant environment to work in when we see this on our classroom floor. Having this garbage on our floors is not only unpleasant but will also attract bugs and rodents. We are not keeping up our responsibilities when we leave a mess like this behind for others to clean instead of placing our garbage in the trash or recycling. Lunch bags belong on our shelf, not on the floor for others to step on. We will set some goals this week to make sure we pick up after ourselves and keep garbage off of our workspace.