Thank you once again for your interest in donating a book to our classroom. The following books are ones that I would love to share with your children. If you are interested in donating a book from this list, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you and have a wonderful spring break!!
Bugs, Bugs, Bugs Pack – $15
Bear and Friends Duo – $8
The Magic School Bus Phonics Boxed Set – $12
Parts of a Plant Pack – $12
Shark Discovery Pack – $12
Dinsoaur More! – $5
Butterfly Life Cycle Pack – $8
Thank you so much for your consideration in donating a book to our classroom library. Below you will find the names and prices of the books that I would like to be donated this month. Please email me at email@example.com if you are interested in donating any of these books so that we do not receive duplicates. Thank you!
Spring Picture Book Library – $9
Passover Pack – $9
Hurry Up and Slow Down – $16
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What do You See? – $10
Magic School Bus Trio – $12
For the past two weeks, our classroom has celebrated the life and writings of Dr. Seuss. Every day we have read a different Dr. Seuss story and have worked together to do some great activities. We have reenacted Yertle The Turtle, we have eaten green eggs, made Bartholomew’s Oobleck and even created our own Cat and the Hat hats!
One of our favorite parts of the past two weeks has been welcoming guest readers into our classrooms. Thank you to all of the parents who have graciously donated their time to make our Dr. Seuss weeks more special. It is truly a time that your kindergartener will never forget!
Last Thursday, our class went to see “The True Story of the Three Little Pigs” at the Apollo Theater. The trip went wonderfully and it would not have been such a great success if it were not for the help of our supportive parents. Thank you to those who came with us, I really appreciate it! (See pictures below)
If you haven’t already heard, our 100th day of school was amazing! The day started out with Zero the Hero himself coming into the classroom to say hello. The children were very excited to meet this mystery hero and believe that he looks very similar to Mr. Chantry, the gym teacher. We decided that they must be cousins! 🙂 That day we also drew pictures of what we would look like if we were 100 years old, talked about what we would do with $100, shared our 100 day projects and even ate 100 pancakes! To see pictures of this event, scroll down to the right!
For those of you who were looking for the February homework, I apologize. For some reason I neglected to post it until now. With that being said, I have added the March homework ahead of time 🙂 Once again, sorry for the delay!