January 30th

Due to the snow days, there will be student attendance on January 30th. Please bring your child to school at their normal time!

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January 26, 2015

Hi! We are wrapping up our snow unit this week. We will be finishing up with The Mitten and The Snowy Day by creating a story map (where we identify the title, setting characters and favorite part). We will be reading the books No Two Alike by Keith Baker, Snow is Falling by Franklyn M. […]

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Donor’s Choose

We are still in need of donations! Feel free to share the link on your Facebook page, twitter account or with co-workers! Every donation helps! http://www.donorschoose.org/project/to-play-is-to-learn/1457691?utm_source=dc&utm_medium=project&utm_campaign=copyURL&rf=copyURL-siteshare-2015-01-project-teacher_1978434

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January 20, 2014

Hello! This week we will continue to learn about snow. We will be reading a few books by Jan Brett including The Mitten and The Hat. We will sequence the stories, identify the characters and compare and contrast the books. The students will be making their own mitten to fill with animals. It’s a great […]

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Donor’s Choose!

Hello All, Exciting news from our classroom classroom… we’re in dire need of some new classroom materials! This school year (and for years to come), I want to ensure that my students have what they need to succeed, so I’ve created a request on a 501(c)3 charity website called DonorsChoose.org. I’m writing to ask for […]

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January 11, 2015

Greetings! I hope everyone had a great winter break and has been staying warm. We have a lot to catch up on in room 411! We are learning all about snow! We will be reading the story The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats and The Jacket Wear in the Snow by Shirley Neitzel. We […]

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NO School!

There will be no school on January 7, 2015 because of the cold temperature. Please stay home and keep warm! Hopefully, I will see you on the 8th!

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