From Jen Fife-Adams, Esme's mom and book order organizer:
Hi all - Scholastic book orders will be going home with your children on Wednesday. I'll be placing two orders this month: December 4th for those who want items for the Holidays and December 23rd, for those wishing usual delivery in January. If you want items to be earmarked for gifts, pop me an email email@example.com, and I can either wrap them before placing in the cubby, or we can make separate delivery arrangements!
I love it when you order online because we get free stuff everytime you order online. Your online orders have allowed us to add some great books to the classroom library such as some Roald Dahl, E.L. Konigsburg and Rick Riordan titles. These are great books to have in the
library! For the holidays, the class will be receiving the entire Percy Jackson series and a collection of six books about mythology - that wouldn't have been possible without the online orders that have been placed. Thanks so much for your orders; they are appreciated incredibly!
Snow came to our Onondaga village early Friday morning. Fortunately,
we are well-prepared for the coming winter and look forward to some
cozy time indoors. Ask your child what we did during the fall to
I just wanted to remind everyone that our Storyline culmination/publishing party is Thursday, December 15, at 1:30. Students will be reading a piece of their writing in front of the audience and, most importantly (in the eyes of your children), there will be snacks at the end. Invitations will be sent out later but I wanted you to be able to get it on your calendars. We hope you'll be able to make it!
Students are receiving two weeks of homework again this week due to the Thanksgiving holiday. Everything is due on Friday, December 2nd.
Under Writing Homework, you will find five assignments. Students need to choose two stories to read and write about. The first part of each document is the story followed by two pages that need to be filled out. Students are familiar with this assignment as we completed one together in class for Knots on a Counting Rope.
I have a few math websites posted to support your child's learning. If any of you have other recommendations, please let me know. They don't have to be math-focused.
Thank you all for visiting our new classroom blog! My goal is to keep you updated as to what is going on in class as well as to have all the information you need in one place. Going forward, you will be able to access each week's homework from this site. If you have any suggestions about making the site more user friendly, please let me know.