Classroom Newsletters

  • Seedlings and Sprouts We have observed and recorded many changes in our lima beans this week. Some are just beginning to sprout while others look like small seedlings already. Today we to transferred some of them into soil. It will be interesting to see how much they grow over vacation. Since we were learning about the parts of plants, I read Tops and Bottoms by Janet Stevens. This is a fun version of an old slave story that teaches a valuable lesson about hard work. The story sparked a great discussion about how we use the different parts of vegetables. For example, we eat the roots of some vegetables, like carrots, while we eat the leaves of others, like lettuce and spinach. This ...
    Posted Apr 30, 2018, 6:38 PM by Virginia Topping
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Mrs. Topping's Classroom Calendar


Homework

  • Homework


    Each month you will receive a choice board. These choice boards are not meant to be daunting or overwhelming. Rather, they are intended to build fine and gross motor skills, creativity, and imaginative skills. As students complete an activity, they may color that square in, and will be sharing their calendar with the class at the end of the month. In addition to the choice board, I ask that you read at home with your student each evening and practice weekly sight words. At times, I may send home specific activities that would benefit your student. Regardless, these activities should take no more than ten minutes of your evening, and many times, it will be much less.

     




    Posted Jan 3, 2018, 3:36 AM by Virginia Topping
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