Our poem, One Hundred Days introduces the word one and reviews the words of, and, I, the.
Students should be able to read and write these words along with all other words introduced so far.
One Hundred Days
One hundred days of learning,
One hundred days of fun!
One hundred days of work and play,
Aren’t I the lucky one?
Monday: NO SCHOOL – MLK Day
Tuesday: Read with your family "Let’s Find Out" – An American Hero. Decorate your 100 chart numbers (2 for each student). See directions in Boomerang Folder (numbers due Thursday or Friday).
**LIBRARY BOOKS IN BACKPACKS**
Wednesday: Math Practice Worksheet (strategy draw a picture).
Thursday: Snap Word “do” – work with an adult to complete the practice worksheet.
Friday: Poetry Journal Reading and Rah-Rah Bags.
100TH DAY OF SCHOOL IS COMING!
January 22nd is our 100th day of school. Please click on the link below if you are able to come and help with our celebration from 9-11:00 a.m.
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE WAS WONDERFUL
We were soooooo lucky to have Ms. Gwen as our guest puppeteer last week. She helped us create clay heads, make costumes, design sets, and develop stories to be told with our puppets. The kids did amazing so stay tuned for the videos yet to be shared. Also, they will be bringing their puppets home tonight.
You may have heard that I have been sick for the past few weeks and I am sorry for anything that has gone unaddressed. After four days in bed and lots of meds I am almost back to myself. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
That being said . . . we are also seeing a lot of runny noses and using an enormous amount of tissues. If you can spare a box of tissue it would be greatly appreciated!
Please continue to email me with any changes in your child’s dismissal schedule. If it is a late in the day change you must call the office and they will get the information to me. I do not check emails in the afternoon until after students have gone home. Thanks for keeping this very important communication going.