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In the book Whoever You Are, Mem celebrates how much we are alike on the inside even though our lives on the outside may be very different. In class, we created a class book illustrating some of the many things that are the same. Here is Jack's:
We learned a little about Mem's birthplace and current home, Australia. That book of hers that was rejected over and over was titled Hush the Invisible Mouse. She later renamed it Possum Magic and it was the inspiration for our study of Australia. We looked at Australia on the globe, decorated a map of the country, and colored the flag. Of course, we had to try some Australian food. We tasted vegemite on some water crackers. It is an acquired taste. I think it’s yummy but most of the kids weren’t huge fans. Here is Leah tasting this snack from down under.
Hattie and the Fox was the perfect book to brush up on our acting skills. We enjoyed reading the book, acting it out, singing it, and creating a pull-through to practice retelling it. Here is a photo of some of our barnyard friends. Look for a video of the performance soon.
• April 14-Field Trip-walk to CSD High School (Chaperones needed)
• April 15-Half Day, Spring Break Begins
• April 16-26-Spring Break
• April 28-Field Trip to Wing Haven
• May 5-Half Day-Conferences
• May 6-Half Day-Conferences
• May 13-Half Day
• May 23-Ocean Play (Time TBD)
If you are able to help chaperone any of the upcoming field trips, please send me an email email@example.com
- Paper towel and toilet paper rolls.
- Scraps of wallpaper, scrapbooking paper, fabric, ribbon or any craft supply that can be glued to paper (for our field trip to the HS Art Room)
A special thanks to our “Weekly Readers.” What a treat to listen to Whoever You Are in Spanish and English by class moms, Sra. Karla and Ms. Kim! Thanks also to Caleb’s mom, Ms. Lisa for introducing us to The Goblin and the Empty Chair. Click here to join them-