We have hair and a lot of it!
The third graders studies Cinderella stories from around the and were inspired to write their own fairy tales. The third graders shared their stories with us today.
Look What's Blooming in Kindergarten
Yesterday a representative from Seven Loaves Food Bank in Middleburg came to collect our food from our 100th day of school food drive. It was nice for the students to see this activity through to the end.
Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!
"A person's a person no matter how small."
Where the Wild Things Are...
If you haven't been by school lately, I would encourage you to stop in and see our latest hallway display. After learning about our teeth and how to take care of them we read about animal teeth. Each child chose the teeth of an animal and wrote about what it would be like to have that animal's teeth. We did a similar writing assignment about animal hair. The results were really cute. I am so pleased encouraged AMAZED at how well the kindergartners are writing at this point in the year. This was a great cross curricular writing activity.
100! 100! We made it to 100!
It is official, we are 100 days smarter, 100 days kinder, 100 days better at following directions! I am so proud of our kindergartners. They have done such a nice job to stay focused and excited about the learning that occurs daily in kindergarten. I am most excited about the heart that the kindergartners show for one another, as well as, the world around them. We had so much fun on the 100th day of school. Students participated in counting stations, 100 exercises, writing, and read alouds. In the week prior to the 100th day students participated in a 100 days kinder project. Students made kindness cards to distribute. Students also collected 100 cans and boxes of food to share with the food bank in Middleburg.