Saturday, March 8, 2014

Six for Saturday

Thanks Doodle Bugs for your linky party!

Even though winter just hangs on here in Wisconsin, I thought some rainbow painting was needed.  It is so fun to watch the faces of the kiddos when teacher brings our supplies we don't normally use.  The rainbow paintings will be the background for a writing project on Monday.

Check out this fun book I purchased through our school office.  If you raised your children on Little Golden Books you'll enjoy this book.

What a nice way to start a Friday!  Two gifts from students - a delicious apple muffin from one student and a very in-style bracelet from another student.

Dr. Seuss activities all week long!  Monday started with green eggs and ham.  Here we are sporting our cat in the hat hats.

We also had a literacy night this week.  Families visited the classrooms, stopped in the gym for 10 stations of Dr. Seuss activities (all put together by our fantastic PE teacher), and a movie and cupcakes and ice cream in the cafeteria.
Our class performed a readers theater about Lincoln pennies.  

Finally, I have a new item in my TpT store, Owl At Home poke cards.  This guided reading group enjoys the frog and toad and now owl books.  They thought the poke cards were great.

Have a great weekend!

1 comment:

  1. Love the literacy night idea! I might have to store that one for next year. ;)