Elementary Round Up: Week 18?
School was pretty light this week, with plenty of fun moments.
Like a memorable trip downtown to see the Superbowl 46 festivities . . .
And a field trip to celebrate Groundhog’s Day . . . with Gabe’s cousins.
Though I must admit, seeing a puppet emerge from the ground to discover his shadow just isn’t quite the same as a real animal. But I suppose you do what you gotta do when the groundhog decides to stay in hibernation on his one famous day of the year.
In the classroom,
Yes, in the real classroom . . . we did school.
For starters, Gabe and Ezra got back to basics by learning some new vocabulary with Wordly Wise.
The boys made squids to send off to Jelly Telly.
We studied some history. And colored Babylon.
I cleaned our white board. Here is a trick for you. If your dry erase marker has become so dry that it won’t erase . . . ahem . . . then scribble over the old marking with a fresh pen.
The result is a white board.
I was surrounded by Indians and knights this week. The costumes were pretty amazing . . . and all made out of paper and tape. So they were kind of delicate.
By the way, this is Gabe’s “new” smile.
And of course, Bible with Grapevine Studies . . . (four more days left to enter the Grapevine Study giveaway!).
And you can see what Naomi did here.
There you have it for Tot School, Preschool, Kindergarten and Second Grade!
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What did you learn this week?