Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Day 108

Today is number one hundred eight.
Today we did patterns.
We colored the patterns.
We worked at the calendar.
Three friends got to go to the treasure basket because they did their homework.
We learned about fables.
Fables teach you stuff.
The grasshopper and the ant taught us to work before you play.
The tortoise and the hare taught us to always do your best.
The boy who cried wolf taught us to always tell the truth.
The horse and the donkey taught us to help others and cooperate.
We read Five Little Ducks.
We made our own ducks.
We are going to act out the story.

Some friends went to reading group.
Mrs. Washington couldn't come.
Mrs. V.'s group went to group.
Mrs. Washington's group finished morning work and homework and did writing.

We read our sentences.
We read a book about a cow that likes to type.

We went to lunch.
We had chicken nuggets and steak sandwiches.
It was good.

We learned about the thermometer.
We got a bear ready to go outside.
Today it was 65 outside.
We dressed the bear to go outside like us on the website.

First he was naked. (James wants to just say "no clothes on.")
Second we put clothes on him.

We wrote about the weather outside.

In math we learned about numbers.
What was missing.
We wrote the number that was missing.
We did it on the big T.V. and on paper.

We worked in Math Centers.
Melanie and James changed the stuff in Sensory Table.
Now there are balls in the Sensory Table.

We went to Art.
Not everyone was not respectful.
That made Mrs. V. sad in her heart.
Five friends got stickers.
They were respectful.

We went outside to the park.

We visited Ms. Johnson's room.
It is the planning room.
It is not jail!
Ms. Johnson will make you cry.
She doesn't play.
Isaiah said that.

Mrs. F. put money in the Haiti jar.
She put lots in there.
She got a sticker.

Some friends brought money for the book fair.
Some friends brought money for the field trip.
Some friends didn't.
We need to bring money for the field trip tomorrow.

We had a good day!
Everyone earned CATS in our class.
Just not in Art.
That means everyone will not paint.
Mrs. F. and Mrs. V. said specials are a privilege.


  1. Wow! You did a lot today! I like to read Fables. Did you have fun working with patterns? I miss coming to see you! Please Tell Mrs. V I said Hello!

  2. I love seeing the word "sensory" in your kindergarten class. :) I'm sorry to hear that art didn't go so well, but maybe next time you'll have cooperation. I'm visiting this site as an assignment from a class I'm taking at the University of South Alabama. I'll enjoy coming back to visit often. Keep up the good work and the great attitude! You can check out my class blog here http://edm310.blogspot.com/ or my personal blog I've started (also an assignment for the class) at http://longeneckerhollyedm310.blogspot.com/

  3. I love the sense of organization in your Kindergarten class. It seems like you guys get a lot accomplished in one day, and success and organization are essential to learn at such a young age. : ) I love the website using the bear to learn about temperature. Seeing teachers using technology in classrooms is so inspiring. I am a student at The University of South Alabama, and am currently taking EDM 310. In this course, we are learning how to use technological programs in our classrooms. We feel that this is an important aspect of being a teacher, so I have been assigned to your blog to learn about how other teachers are using technology. : )

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  5. I really like how descriptive this post was. I so remember the treasure box when I was in kindergarten it was a great honor to get something out of it. However, I do not remember steak sandwiches at lunch :) I am a little jealous! Keep up the good work kids. I am commenting for my class as well and you guys can check out my post on http://mcnairbrookedm310.blogspot.com


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