Happy New Year's Eve! I hope you all are having a wonderful break. I am relaxing and enjoying time with my family. Have a safe holiday. See you next week. Miss you!
I cannot thank you enough for all the blessings you have given me. First is your children. I am so blessed by their smiles, loving hugs, and just being their teacher.
I loved all the hugs, cards, and thoughtful gifts. You have been very kind to me. I hope you all have a wonderful Christmas break and safe holiday. Much love coming your way!
After Christmas, we will begin our unit study on the Ocean. Please send a fresh pack of pencils and paper.
Thank you for all your support.
We are trying to find better ways to communicate with parents...Please send your email. Many of us have smart phones and have email sent to our phone. I am hoping to make a contact group that I can send out a group email and let you know what is going on. You can reply in the comment section or click on the contact me link...
Thank you and have a very Merry Christmas.
Students spent Friday on a "weather walk" and looked for real world examples of weathering, erosion, and deposition. They found many examples.
This week we will have a semester review and work in stations. Please make sure they have pencil and paper.
We will continue our study of constructive and destructive forces. I am going to move experiment day to Friday. This Friday we are going on a weather walk and will experiment with erosion and deposition. Please bring a container with a lid that holds water. Anytime you bring something for an experiment you get bonus bucks. A special thanks to Ben this week for his gobstoppers!
I hope everyone is recovering from the flu and will return this week. I was out too, so we will work through all make up work together. We did take a test on Thursday.
We are back to doing experiments now that our science projects are over. Bring a box or bag of jaw breakers for Fridays experiment! What???? Yes since we loved our cell cookies, time for another edible experiment. So what does jaw breakers and weathering have in common? Be at school Friday...
I hope to get students excited about science and the world around them.