Kaleb, Admir, Jacob, Kiera, and Jasmine did an awesome job reading Humpty Dumpty’s Original Nursery Rhyme today:)
I really don’t want anymore snow days!!! 3 this school year is plenty:) Thank goodness our kindergarteners are watching the weather, check out Roshan’s weather report:)
Our Being A Writer lesson this week was all about using our feelings as ideas for writing. Here are some photos from our “Emotional Performances”!!!
Xavier is rocking his MAD FACE:)
Look at how SCARED Linna is:)
Jasmine playing shy
Uh-Oh, Cami is FRUSTRATED!
You can’t compete with this sad face from Lucas:)
McKenna is SURPRISED!!!
Kiera is EXCITED!!!
Kaleb is shocked!
Curtis is soooo sleepy:)
Cole is curious.
Admir has his thumbs up showing us what it feels like to be proud!
I loved their stories so much! It was so fun to hear them describe different feelings. We also practiced “adding more” and using our senses to add more details to the picture and the writing.
Bodhi wrote about getting attention from his dads! Too cute! How great is that inventive spelling for “attention”? LOVE!
Caitlyn described feeling happy when she gets to go swimming!
Check out the great deals from Scholastic this month! Here are some of my favorites!
These side by side poems are perfect for practicing oral reading fluency!
This book is a hilarious look at animal attributes from a different perspective:)
Perfect for our kinder readers!
In my opinion, Lucille Colandro is an authoring genius! I love her books and this new addition is perfect!
Kindergarteners LOVE Pete the Cat!
The author of this book, Stuart Murphy, is fantastic at connecting literature and math in a way that keeps children engaged and excited about both subjects!
If you are interested in ordering, check out the link on the right! Our class code is GVCCF and we earn free books when you order online!