What's going on in March?
Read Across America Week
Thing 1 and Thing 2
On Tuesday, Sophia's mom, Mrs. Haarmeyer read "The Giving Tree". We had a snack of Apple slices, Applesauce and apple juice!
On Wednesday, Owen's mom, Mrs. Bryant read "Maisy and the Pirates" and brought us cupcakes!
On Thursday we had a snow day so our Mystery Reader had to be rescheduled.
On Friday, Aiden's grand mom, Mrs. Braun read "If You Give a Dog a Donut" and brought us Dr. Seuss bookmarks!
Mystery Readers were such a huge success that I opened up the final 9 Thursday's of the school year for Mystery Readers! I'll be sending an email soon!
Favorite Dr. Seuss book, Crazy Socks, Wacky Wednesday, Favorite Hat & Seuss Snack
The directed drawings have become such a big hit that I am dedicating one of the boards in my classroom to showcase all of our drawings! Be sure to check it out next week when our latest creations are on display!
Animals of the Day and Night
Working together in groups we created a large mural and drew the animals that we can find in the day and the night.
Collaboration was very important to completing the mural!
We used magnifying glass to check out real coins to see where they were made.
We have also been practicing counting coins.
We will continue our exploration of coins and money in April.
Counting a group of pennies.
Chelsea is counting by 5s to count her group of nickels.
Eli uses a magnifying glass to look for a D or P to see where the coin was minted.