Thanks to the Jacobis, we made beautiful flowers to celebrate spring!
After a discussion of positive and negative character traits, we each made a wanted poster to advertise for a new friend.
When our class earns ten compliments, we have a party to celebrate. Thanks to Ellen and Carrie for providing everything we needed to create delicious sundaes.
To review the parts of speech, we wrote diamond poems.
What an exciting game of Bible Trivia! The children are becoming very knowledgeable about the Bible.
This is a fun, interactive simple machine game
from The Museum of Science and Industry:
Help Twitch by Using Simple Machines
What a fun dress down day!
During our study of character traits and adjectives, we wrote traits which describe our classmates.
A child is known by his actions.
He is known by whether his conduct is pure and right.
As a mom and a teacher, I love this quote by Robert Louis Stevenson:
Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap, but by the seeds you plant.
Patsy Smith Roberts, author and photographer, shared her experiences in Africa with the children.
Mrs. Borain models an African hat
We participated in an awesome percussion presentation by Ritmo Blu.