Thank you, parents, for attending your child’s conference this week! We enjoyed the opportunity to sit down with each of you to discuss your child’s progress and goals for the upcoming months. If you have questions or input that you believe would be beneficial to your child's success, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs. Pieper, Mrs. Fehringer, or Mrs. Full. We appreciate and value your involvement and support!
Thursday, September 25, 2014
Monday, September 22, 2014
The whole school is excited about our upcoming Book Fair. An amazing selection of books is displayed in our library! At the Book Fair you will find the latest and finest titles for kids, as well as books of interest to parents.
Posted by Mrs. Full at 9:00 AM
Friday, September 19, 2014
Pumpkins make everyone think of fall and fall holidays. Room 100 is having their own kind of fun with pumpkins as we prepare for Parent Teacher Conferences next week. Notes were sent home with your child. Please mark your calendar and plan to attend.
During conferences you are invited into our pumpkin patch to pick a pumpkin and learn more about your child. Room 100 is feeling rather festive.
I look forward to our conference. Thanks for your help in making your child’s year a successful one!
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Put a little candy in a jar and students are excited and motivated to do math! Students were asked to use reasoning skills and number relationships to estimate the number of gumballs in the estimation jar. Alejandra was the winner of September's estimation jar.
187 gumballs were in the jar.
Monday, September 15, 2014
Every year on September 15ish, students around the world celebrate International Dot Day. Inspired by the book, The Dot, students are encouraged to "make their mark."
How did Room 100 celebrate International Dot Day? We read the book, The Dot, by Peter H. Reynolds to kick-off this special day. It's all about encouraging kids to discover how they can make a difference. Next, each student wrote a short narrative about a student named Dot and how this student made “a mark” on the world. There was a fun twist to the writing assignment. Students were not allowed to use letters with a dot (in other words no i or j). Yikes! This forced students to carefully think about word choice and actually try out some new words.
A large poster was displayed on our classroom door. All who came to visit our class around September 15 ish were asked to create an original dot, sign it, and add it to the gallery.
Dot Treats. What holiday doesn't have special food? Dot Cake Pops were a big hit with the students.
The Dot is a simple book, but it's definitely one with a message to share. Actually, it has several important messages. Students are able to relate to the central theme about "making a mark. " Room 100 is filled with students who do make a difference.
Happy Dot Day!