Thankful for Traditions!

Thanksgiving has come and gone!  We still had school on Monday and Tuesday as well as a half day on Wednesday.  Last Friday, it snowed and then rained on top of about 5 inches of the white stuff so we had a two hour delay, and winter is still a month away!  In the meantime, I'm delighted to link up with The Blended Blog for Friday Features and 

Anna Nuttall's Bloggers Link-Up.




Thankful Turkey Feathers ~ One Tradition

Every year I love adding my students' thankful feathers to the turkey in the hall.  It's a quick and easy activity that gives the kids a chance to think about all the good things in their lives:



https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Thankful-Turkey-Bulletin-Board-2861798

Click here or on the picture to check out this fun project!


Turkey Trot ~ A New Tradition

Our PTO started a new fund-raising tradition this year by having the kids walk laps around the track while raising money.  One of my student's parents lent her turkey to the cause:





We are thankful for the Wampanoags!

In Social Studies, we are learning about the First People ~ the Wampanoags.  As a project, we make this very fun Wampanoag home site:


Click here to get the pattern for the wetu (wigwam) and here for the mishoon (canoe) or here for another canoe template.


Rescuing Sea Turtles

Check out my younger son, Andrew, as he rescues an endangered sea turtle on Cape Cod:

If you want to read more about sea turtle rescue, you can click right here.

That is all my exciting news and updates for now.  Thank you for checking in.  I hope you had a terrific Thanksgiving!





1 comment

  1. It's SO great that Andrew helped to rescue the sea turtle. I had no idea that strandings on the Cape were common until I folowed the link you shared. Does Andrew volunteer often? I love the Wampanoag homesites. I teach about Connecticut tribes, but I usually teach about the Wampanoag some as well, since they also lived in wetus (wigwams). Thanks for sharing the links to the patterns.
    Jan
    Laughter and Consistency

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