Today, we celebrated Grandparent's Day at our school. In the morning, we made special cards for our grandparents. In the afternoon, our grandparent's visited the school, and we sang the songs that we learned in music class for them. Also, we enjoyed some delicious cookies. It was a lot of fun!
On Friday, we made shape collages in math. Every table was given a huge, paper shape (triangle, square, or circle.) Then, the students used magazines to search for their table's shape. The students cut the shapes out and glued them to the huge shape. The collages turned out great, and the students did a great job spotting the shapes in the magazines. We also worked more on the letter Ff . We made fingerprints for the letter F. We also made fish. These two projects are now proudly displayed in the hallway. Today, we worked on the letter Gg and made gorillas!
Making the cards for their grandparents:
Posing with their Grandparents:
Here are the shape collages from Friday:
The fingerprint F's from Friday:
The Fish that we made on Friday:
The Gorillas that we made today: