From Mrs. Grost-
As the end of the year comes to an end all library books must be accounted for. Your student's books are due back to school Friday May 27th which is BEFORE Memorial Day weekend. If your student has lost a library book, Mrs. Grost is asking for you to pay for a replacement. If you have any questions about what your child has out or how much their LOST library book costs, please email her email@example.com
Coin wars are this week! Here is what to bring each day:
We focused this week on speaking and listening and more specifically, asking questions. We watched a Brain Pop about what it means to be a good speaker and a good listener. We then paired off with a partner and practiced making eye contact, speaking clearly, and asking each other questions. We talked about question words as well. We then applied what we learn during center time.
The updated parts of the vet center included: playing doctor and asking questions, being the patient and filling out the charts, working at the front desk and asking for certain prices for different animals, writing on the easel to answer questions and observe what they were seeing in the exam room, and creating blueprints to build animal houses.
This week was also K for kindness day. The students came up with their own kind words and pictures on post-its and put them all over our room :)