2014 is almost here! We are staying home, safe and sound in our living room this year! I am so happy!! We had a houseful of love and laughter this past week with both boys and friends here, and frankly, I am pooped!! It feels good to not have to cook, clean, dress up, and be "on" for a few hours!! But at the same time, I miss them already!!!
I do, finally, have a minute to show a couple of pics from the week before winter break. One of my favorite days was our Grinch Day. We love celebrating the special message that Dr. Seuss illustrates in this infamous story! Here are a couple of pics!
|The kids went all out with grinchy green spirit!|
|The grinch sent some sweet little elves to check on our kindness and make sure we learned from the story! Jolly, Joy, and Jingle made their debut and will probably hang around throughout the new year!!|
|A yummy green snack was mysteriously left for the kids!!|
|This amazing team really gets into every celebration!!|
I also wanted to share with you something our room moms made for our classrooms!!! The kids brought gift cards to clip onto this amazing snowman tree!!
|We have the best room moms around!!!|
When we get back from winter break we will be studying the historically significant and amazing life of Eleanor Roosevelt, First Lady of the World. I put together a little unit about her, integrating social studies and ELA. Here are a few pics from the 17 page unit.
Another thing we will begin studying is the science concept of living and nonliving. I have shared a mini unit on this topic before, but I revamped it a bit, so I'm offering it again!
Here are a few pics from the 9 page unit.
I hope these little offerings will help your 2014 get off to a good start.
Stay tuned for a little somethin' somethin'
later in the week!!
Till then, be safe and warm tonight.
wow both of these units look so cute. Thanks for sharing. You are so generousReplyDelete
Happy New Year! Thank you for more amazing units to share with my 1st graders... You are so creative and generous... Thanks for spreading so much JOY!ReplyDelete
I appreciate the work that has been put into programs like this and the accessibility of them to other educators and parents. Thank you and well done.ReplyDelete
Hi Nancy, Well its now 2019 and Thank you for the Eleanor Roosevelt lesson. I can't wait to use this.ReplyDelete