A Peek at my Week!

I'm so happy to be able to write about next week.  We will be learning a lot! 

Now it's time to look forward to the week ahead with Jennifer at
http://mrslaffinslaughings.blogspot.com/


 
 
1.  We'll be reading more non-fiction by reading this book:
 
This story takes place in Iceland and describes how children roam the streets at night searching for lost pufflings.  When pufflings take their first flight, many of them fly inland by mistake.  The pufflings need to be rescued and brought back to the ocean.  That's where the kids come in - they help the pufflings get where they need to be. 
2.  We'll be learning about the Pilgrims and the first Thanksgiving.  Here in Massachusetts, we're so lucky to live an hour away from Plimouth Plantation.  It's an amazing living history museum.  Here's a picture.


3.  In Math, we'll be wrapping up our chapter on word problems and starting a new chapter on geometry.

4.  Here's a craft I did with the kids a week ago, but I want to recommend it because it is SO CUTE!  It's a canoe that the kids can decorate with Native Americans symbols.  Here's the link so you can check it out:

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Native-American-Birchbark-Canoe-Paper-Craft-405844

5.  On Thursday from 5:30 - 7:30, there will be evening parent conferences.


 
 
Here's a quote that my friend, Lisa, sent me, and I think it goes along with how most of us feel: 
 
 
 
 
Have a wonderful week!

4 comments

  1. I couldn't agree more with your friend's quote! So perfect!!

    Thanks for linking up & have a great week! (Good luck with Thursday's conferences -- ours are on Tuesday.)

    Jennifer
    Mrs. Laffin's Laughings

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  2. I agree with Jennifer. What a great quote! We just finished our student-led conferences last week. What fun to watch kids take ownership of what they have learned, and to have great conversations with parents about their (our?) kids!
    Marion
    MentoringintheMiddle

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  3. I love Massachusetts, but have not had a chance to visit Plymouth. It seems like an amazing place!

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  4. Looks like another busy and exciting week in Mrs. K's classroom!

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