I can finally see spring in our future! Hopefully the next few warm days will melt the snow away for good this time! With that said....we will try to go out for recess daily. Students can bring snow gear if they want to play in the snow, but not required. BOOTS are a must, especially with mud season approaching. I'd love for them to get some daily fresh air and exercise!
Today we painted our spring trees and I sent their winter trees home!
Over the last two weeks we have really been digging into our text, making deeper connections and writing comprehension questioning. We will continue these skills throughout the rest of the year.
Next week in math we will begin subtraction! We will continue to spiral our addition, shapes, counting skills, etc. daily to solidify these skills before moving on next year.
What great conferences this go around! I am so pleased at each and every one of my students progress, whether the growth is academic, social or emotional or all of the above...they are all growing and becoming better students.
Parents....PLEASE take advantage of the Parent Info Night this coming Tuesday, April 3rd at 6pm on the school library. You will meet the First and Readiness grade team. They will explain the process of what is to come the next few weeks; administering the Gesel, meet the teacher day on April 13th and so much more. You do not want to miss it!
*The bug is back in the classroom! We were down a few kiddos throughout the week and lots of germs being passed through both kindergarten classrooms. Please keep your kiddo home if they vomited, had diarrhea or fever within the last 24 hours.
Please enjoy the photo of your children using "A Group Plan" to build a 100 piece puzzle together....Great team work!
Have a Happy Easter!