Wow! What a FANTASTIC WEEK!
We began our Read-Across-America Week with Green Eggs and Ham created by my teenagers!
It is kind of a family tradition. Plus they get the extras!
(p.s. Not real eggs: Pretzels, white chocolate, and m&ms)
We enjoyed 2 guest readers on Monday,
Kristin, Kayden's mom and Annette.
Both work at the High School.
Thank you, Ladies!
(stay tuned for our special Friday guest reader toward the end of this blog...)
Monday was also the day kids brought in their
POTATO Storybook Character for the contest in the library!
These were AWESOME!
We also created a Cat in the Hat for the hallway using shapes....cute fun!
Monday afternoon we put all of our Cat in the Hat drawing skills to one final test....guided drawing and painting!
WE ARE AMAZING ARTISTS!
Tuesday's centers included:
Thing1 and Thing2 Clear the Board (an addition game)
Read the Room Thing1 and Thing2 Counting by 2s...
We have been "Dropping Everything And Reading"
this week...DEAR Time!
Much of our seat work this week was Dr.Seuss themed which involved some crazy things...These kids are taking a Math test ON THE FLOOR!!! Wacky Wednesday!
The Shamrocks are rolling in...ADORABLE!
One of my favorite activities is to actually GRAPH all the Dr. Seuss books your child brought in!
This year Dr.Seuss's ABC Book won!
We focused on creating our OWN silly Dr. Seuss creature this week! Look for several Lucky Duck books soon!
Our Morning Challenges this week included:
Dr. Seuss numeric order...
We also had a fun WRITE THE ROOM activity with the letters in HAPPY BIRTHDAY, DR.SEUSS!
Here is one of our fun Morning Messages this week...design a Cat Hat...
This is another fun Lucky Duck Book...Horton Hatches a ????
One of our school wide celebrations this week was a MAGICIAN!
Lainey got to go up and help with a trick!
Here is his info...that phone number is 651-257-7116
We did take pics with my Dr. Seuss Cat Hat!
(notice the fashionable anti-lice bags tucked under the hat!)
What cutie pies!
We began Friday with these delicious cupcakes made by many staff here at Lewiston-Altura.
There was one for everyone in the entire school!
Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!
Here are a few more family projects...so lovely!
The family projects turned in on Friday will be posted next week as we did not get to share them Friday due to our wonderfully crazy day!
Friday morning we made these "you-er than you!"
picture frames! We will send them home soon.
Here is our last guest reader~Mr. Apse!
He shared his passion for SUPERHEROES by reading us 2 superhero books!
Thank you to all our wonderful guest readers!
Here are our good reads this week:
And now for the week of March 9-13...
Reading: Letter Ii (short and long sound)
Social Studies: Community
Science: How do we use our 5 senses?
BIG NEWS: Late start on Friday, March 13 at 10:00
Even with the weather predicted to warm up, the kids still need snow pants and boots until the snow and subsequent MUD is gone (maybe May? Just kidding!)
We will let you know when the playground supervisors give us the go ahead to leave these items at home.
Enjoy your family this weekend!
We are heading to Bayfield to hike across Lake Superior to the ice caves on the Apostle Islands!