GET CAUGHT READING THIS SUMMER!
Parents, Teachers, and Students,
Mrs. M thought it would be fun to showcase students, teachers, and families reading all summer in a variety of places. So, as you travel this summer (whether you travel near or far),consider snapping a photo or a 30 second video of your child reading (or if you are a teacher, have someone snap a photo or video of you reading a book you want to recommend to the students). Send it to Mrs. M: email@example.com and she will post it for the community. Be sure to mention in your video or email the title of the book your child is captivated by in the photo! Be the first reader to get posted!
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The results are in from COCBA! The results are categorized by grade and are very interesting. Today in library, as well as the classroom the students made inferences as to the top score in each grade level.
A BIG thank you to Mr. Neik for providing the students with a fun-filled Field Day! The kiddos had a blast! They loved each station and showed team-work with their classmates. What an action packed day!
The children engaged in marble grab, Statue of Liberty, Sponge-race, sack- race, hop-scotch, Creative chalk designs, Water pass, face painting, dancing, volleyball, Mr. Line, and so much more!!!
Scroll down below to view a slideshow of today's fun-filled activities!
The Kindergarteners teamed up with Mrs. Barger's second grade class and conquered a search for Pond Critters! They explored what creatures live in their local ponds. They engaged in a hands-on catch-and-release discovery session. Take a look at what they found!!!
Inside White Memorial's museum they had an opportunity to have an interactive discussion with Mr. Greenwood. They learned all about:
This session featured information about herbivores, carnivores, food chains, and food webs.
exemplified various birds, reptiles, and mammals and how physical features and behaviors help these creatures to survive. centered on the characteristics of birds and mammals with emphasis upon Connecticut species.
featured characteristics, habitats, and life cycles of various species of Connecticut reptiles and amphibians.
What an action packed morning! When we got back to school we wrote all about our trip. Students discussed their favorite parts, new information they learned, as well as connections they made from their non-fiction reading, research, and science units!
Today the Kindergarten class took a walk to the Morris Public library to thank Mrs. Gail for helping them each Tuesday morning read! As the end of the year approaches and summer temperatures begin to rise, the students have been discussing their plans for the summer. They wanted to know more about their local library and what it has to offer. When they were there-they actively engaged in a read aloud with Mrs. Gopel, as well as a tour of the library and reading rooms! Today was a special day and a perfect way to launch the CT Summer Reading Challange. More information will be sent home about it, but explore the link for some articles and materials!
What we're learning in first grade. Students are also making comments in class! At home add to the posts, too.