I am so thankful for all of my students and their amazing parents! What a fantastic class!
This week off was so appreciated and I got to spend some great time with my family. Rock and I both grew up here so we have all of our family on both sides Here! His sister, brother and wife, mom and dad and uncle. I have my sister (who works in Denver now) mom and dad, and we have Edy our amazing daughter and 2 dogs! What a life! We tried to get out side every day! Wow we had a great dinner at my parents how too!
Can't wait to hear of your adventures!
What a great field trip we had today! We have such a warm and opening community. Thank you to the Police department, Officer Tina and Deputy Bruce for taking us all around the police department and court house! Thank you to Grayson's mom who works at the Court house for telling us all about what happens in the court room!
Then we got to explore the patrol car!!
Everyone of us got to pretend to be the judge and knock the Gavil...Wow, it was loud!
There was so much fun being had today that if you are tired of seeing pictures of your kiddos, stop here;)! If not...keep going by clicking "Read More".
Our new Class Moto! LET IT GO!
Here are our class singers singing along with Elsa from Frozen!! When things get too tough just remember to "LET IT GO!!"
We are SOO lucky to have the amazing food service staff that we do at our school! I think we will all agree that yesterday's lunch was unbelievably good! We so appreciate all the Volunteers that help keep the line moving, like Carrie, Alex's mom! Thanks to those parents who could make it. If you couldn't make it, no problem, we had a great time getting to sit where ever we wanted with our friends!
Over that last few weeks we have been working on writing non-fiction teaching books. The kids have really taken this on full throttle and are doing a fantastic job. This week we started writing nonfiction chapter books.
When we are writing it is important to reread to ourselves so that we can hear if it sounds right. Here is Ryder reading the first chapter of his nonfiction book, notice how he finds mistakes and fixes them right away. Many of the kids are doing this!
Welcome to First Grade!
Welcome to our classroom! Take a look around and check out what we are learning!