|This student told me she could do the splits and as soon as she said it, she did it. :)|
|These students are having a conversation with each other. I can't remember exactly what they were|
talking about, but I remember there was a lot of banter.
|Here one of my student's is telling me who will pick her up after school and we started talking|
about that and how excited she was.
I was absent yesterday, so I missed out what students learned about yesterday. The guest teacher had them do a writing assignment about the reading story. This week's story is called Bunny Day. It discusses time and what the bunny family does each day at a certain time. This story is also rich with rhyme. I loved reading this story today. Anyway.... Students and the guest teacher brainstormed things that the bunnies might do and then students wrote their sentences. The expectation is that students use proper grammar: Upper case letters when needed (such as the first word of the sentence), tall letters need to be tall (t, l, k, etc.), descending letters need to descend (y, p, g, etc.), finger spaces between words and sentences should make sense. Well, here are few of my faves. They run the entire spectrum. Some don't make sense, but they are favorites. Some have horrendous writing, but I love them for the progress it shows that students have made.
|I love this one!|
|This paper shows SO MUCH improvement. The letters are still not in the lines where they should be, but|
I am so excited for this student because I can read what was written and the letters are well-formed. This is awesome.
|"A bunny can lisine (listen) to muzic on a i pad."|
I love it!
|"A bunny can walking!"|