Language and Literacy 

  • Books: Don't Let the Pigeon Drive The Bus -Dylan brought this book in to share. 

Today we made a fruit salad. We wrote out the ingredients: 3 bananas and 1 box of strawberries. Then students cut up the strawberries and bananas, and we ate it. 

What game can we make to play at field day?

  • Alexander: Rover, rover, come over! You call a player that is wearing a color and have them run over.
  • Tessa: We could play tag with hiding and freezing.
  • Dylan: I have a game that you've never heard of. It's a ghost game. You gotta run from the ghost. It a ghost tags you, you're a ghost.
  • Zachary: Potato sack race! You can hide and someone can find you and tag you and then you have to stay there until the end of the game.
  • Mishaan: I want to play a game in the gym where someone sees you and you have to stay there for gym time.
  • Della: A person counts to 3, and then a person hides something and when the person finds the thing, you go back to the wall.
  • Louis: Animal animal guess the animal! You have to guess the right animal.
  • Arun: I made up a game called heart obstacle jadie. You're supposed to get hard obstacles and do them.

Music with Isabella

  • Today we reviewed rhythm beats (ti-ti and ta). We broke up the class into 4 groups and students worked together to figure out the rhythm to the first line of "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star." Students did a great job working together and figuring it out! The answer was: ti-ti ti-ti ti-ti ta.