Monday, September 19, 2016

Let me hear your Dinosaur Roar!

This past week we read the book “Dinosaur Roar” by Paul and Henrietta Stickland; we spent some good time practicing our fierce dinosaur roars. This book explores different dinosaur characteristics, using opposites and rhythm to engage students in a fun and interactive reading experience. Your children have been working on their dinosaur “weak” pose and their dinosaur “strong” post, as well as some of the other, very important dinosaur descriptions!
Along the same lines as our reading selection for the week, our class has begun the process of making our own dinosaur tails! We have yet to turn these into actual tails yet, but we did have a great time creating some fantastic dino colors and patterns with dot paint, marker and of course GLITTER! :) Stay tuned…my hope is that you will see your student sporting their very own dinosaur tail soon, this week!

Miss Finley turned 2 last Tuesday, when we asked her how she felt about this, she showed us some of her fabulous dance moves!Welcome to 2 girl!
I am thankful for your children and their presence in our class, we know that so much goes into their time at school and appreciate how encouraging, patient and supportive you are!

If you haven’t already, mark your calendar for picture day, this coming Wednesday, September 21st! I would love if you all could bring a family photo for me to laminate and add to our classroom wall!


1 comment:

  1. What a beautiful, rich environment our kids are growing in. Thank you all so much.
    Melissa, Samuell's abuelita



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