This year my class really enjoyed the humorous books by Dav Pilkey, so he was an easy choice when we had to choose an author for the Book Parade.
Visit Dav Pilkey’s site for information about his books and lots of fun games.
After reading a non-fiction book and watching some You Tubes of Giant Pandas, we watched the pandas live on the panda cams at the following zoos:
Go to this link to watch the pandas at the Atlanta Zoo.
Go to this link to watch the pandas at the San Diego Zoo.
We made pandas too!
Pandas are native only to China and live in the mountains.
Pandas are herbivores and eat bamboo 10 to 16 hours a day.
Pandas are good climbers and love to tumble.
Panda cubs are pink, hairless, and blind at birth.
Today we were invited to join the High School Chapel to share our part in the mission trip to Nashville. Taylor opened the group up in prayer and Julian answered questions about what our class did to help. We heard stories about how the care packages you all made brought tears to the eyes of some of the homeless people who received them. The children were excited to see their prayer partners again and to learn more about their experiences in Nashville. Enjoy our mission trip highlights.
Today my reading class went to the computer lab and used a time line generator to create time lines from our interview sheets.
Author, Tammy Bronson, and her husband visit during Fine Arts Week.