The Riebli Record
April 24, 2020
A message from Mrs. Todd
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!!
Distance learning is something we have never done. We all are learning as we go and need your feedback. Please share with us how we are doing and what we can do better (Survey to do this is here). I know some of you have commented that it feels "vague" the requirements arounddistance learning. Well, to be honest, they are. In a class of 20 students, there are 20 or more different "worlds" happening at home. We currently don't have traditional school to unify these worlds for the students and their teachers. So, we have to be vague. You need to choose what works for your family and situation. Remember, take it one day at a time. Take a moment to value this extra time with your kids. I love that fact that I get this time with my son all day, even though this is hard.
Last night, I was having a conservation with my Mother in law. Her Mother, Mabel, was a young adult during the Spanish Flu of 1918. She is in the picture above, first on the left. Mabel spoke about how they wore the masks to school and everywhere around Santa Rosa during the Spanish Flu. Now, 100ish years later, history is repeating itself. Let's learn from the past and take time to reflect for the future. To quote something I read, "we will read about this time in the History books someday."
Have a great week.
XO, Mrs. Todd
Staff parade- Wednesday- April 29
Virtual Spring Book Fair
The "Virtual Spring Book Fair" is now on the books! It will run for 2 weeks, April 13th-26th. This Fair is a bit different, as it has something for everyone! It's not our typical K-6 selection, as shoppers will have access to the entire Scholastic Store. Riebli families can invite all their family members, extended family, to shop our site and support the Riebli Library Budget. This is a great time to add to the home libraries, as getting out and about is not an option. Every order is conveniently shipped directly to their home. I'm completely thankful to Scholastic for making this possible.
Here's the link:
Toolbox Practice: Patience with Mr. Cooper
Mrs. Brewer Reads Zoey and Sassafras
Mrs. Brewer would like to share my read aloud links that she made for my first grade class. Zoey and Sassafras has something for everyone!
In the first book of this series, Zoey discovers a glowing photo and learns an amazing secret. Injured magical animals come to their backyard barn for help! When a sick baby dragon appears, it’s up to Zoey and Sassafras to figure out what’s wrong. Will they be able to help little Marshmallow before it’s too late?
Visit the https://www.zoeyandsassafras.com/ for a free ebook, activities, and printables.
Listed below are youtube links for the various chapters in the first book of this series.
Chapter 1 https://youtu.be/lnW72oQRhUc
Chapter 2,3 https://youtu.be/Nk7wzn9nTfw
Chapter 4,5 https://youtu.be/k44IP36pdR8
Chapter Chapter 6,7,8 https://youtu.be/fLcMn6h2Pmc
Chapter 11, 12 https://youtu.be/6pUpjJ_Y9Ek
Chapter 13,14 https://youtu.be/lMO5tdD31MsChapter 15,16 https://youtu.be/OLZ7CYv3XP0