Learning in 3-215

October Newsletter

October Fun!

October was a busy month in 3-215! We celebrated Spirit Week, Red Ribbon Week, and Halloween! We met our little kindergarten buddies in Ms. McKnight's class. We finished our study of map skills and geography and began our study of water and weather. In Math, we studied how to interpret data through graphs and charts. In Reading, we've been listening to Bunnicula and keeping track of plot and setting. In Writing, we've begun our personal narratives. Read on to find out more!

Thank you, Ame Dyckman!

Author Ame Dyckman responded to a tweet we sent about her book, Horrible Bear. In addition, she generously sent our whole class little goodie bags with bookmarks, stickers, and a pin based on her books! Thank you so much, Ame, for being such a fantastic, responsive author!
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Extreme Weather Research in the Library!

Mrs. Corazzata, our fabulous librarian, helped our class research extreme weather, such as tornadoes and blizzards, using books and online resources. The students recorded their facts and then shared them in front of a green screen! Check out their videos.

Looking Ahead!

November is here! We are excited about author Trudy Ludwig visiting our school as we celebrate Kindness Week. November will be a month of more learning and growth in 3-215!