Thanksgiving is about giving thanks. Here is what we are thankful for:
Natasha - I'm thankful for my mom, my couch, my cat, my school, going places, and my bed.
Laney - I'm thankful for our friends in Europe, my family, God, and everything.
Dana - I'm thankful for my dog, my cat, the weather, and my family.
Nathan - I'm thankful for my family, God, and my house.
Lillian - I'm thankful for all my friends, my family, my food, my bed, and all the gorgeous creatures, and the kids in my class and my teacher.
Hunter - I'm thankful for my family, sleeping in a warm bed, and my food.
Dan - I'm thankful for the Pilgrims and the veterans, my family and my warm bed.
Emma - I'm thankful for my food, my family, God and everything!
Coty - I'm thankful for my house, my food, and my family.
Dylan - I'm thankful for my mom, my food, and that I'm healthy.
Joddi - I'm thankful for my family, my cats, and my dog, and my bed.
Jase - I'm thankful for my family, my food, my warm bed, and everything!
Brooke - I'm thankful for my family and my friends.
Alanna - I'm thankful for my family, and other people who I love and love me.
Rory - I'm thankful for my mom and my family and my daddy, and my cats.
Dakota - I'm thankful for food and friends.
Jaidyn - I'm thankful that I can give food to the Food Bank, that I can help other kids who don't have anything, and for drawing pictures.
We're all thankful for books and stories, food, God creating our world, teachers that teach us all kinds of new stuff and love us, Santa, Mrs. McGee, sunshine, flowers, animals, art, songs, school, all of us together, and for being safe and healthy.
November 19, 2011
We learned about even and odd numbers. Even numbers end in 0,2,4,6, and 8. Odd numbers end in 1,3,5,7, and 9. We picked things in our classroom to show the numbers. We took our own pictures. We showed how the numbers are even and odd. We really like taking pictures.
November 7, 2011
November 4, 2011
Once there was a haunted house, a spooky pumpkin and a black cat. There was something wrong with that black cat. Then a ghost popped his head out of the window and shouted, "BOO!" The ghost shook the haunted house and the pumpkin went rolling and rolling and rolling. The cat screamed, "MEOW!" Then the haunted house jumped. The cat landed safely on a hill. Then then haunted house fell down.
November 3, 2011
Our teacher brought in 8 different kinds of apples. We took pictures of the apples, then we observed them carefully and we talked about how each apple looked. We wrote its name on our Apple Expert paper. We predicted what color the apples would be on the inside. Some were white and some were yellow. We cut them up and put them on a plate. We passed them around and we each took a piece. We smelled them and predicted if they would taste juicy, tart, sweet or sour. Then we ate them and circled what we liked on our Apple Expert paper. We voted the Winter Banana our class' favorite apple. Then we ate the extra pieces. Yummy!