Friday, September 26, 2014

Steve Moris silent auction

The third graders have been hard at work in art class. Come to the Steve Moris show Saturday night to participate in the silent auction for this and many other pieces of student art work.

Friday, September 19, 2014

Millie's Day as Photographer








Homecoming Day 5

Wildcat Day!
TP Mr. Buchs was our Minute To Win It game today! It took our foursome of Ty, Ethan, Evan and Kristina 1 min 33 sec to unroll all the TP!




Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Homecoming Day 3

Third graders are always Super Heroes in my book!

Super Kristina to the rescue!
Our Minue to Win It game today was the cookie slide/catch. Lynnea is trying really hard to catch that animal cracker!! Look, I think Lucas got one!!

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Partner Reading


Today we are partner reading our Reading text's "Supermarket". We learned vocabulary words traded, thousands, section, store, laundry, shelves, spoiled and variety.

Homecoming Day 2

You can't see us!

Our Minute to Win It game today was the popsicle stick and stack the dice on top of it. Dolan was our winner with 5 dice stacked successfully in one minute.

Monday, September 15, 2014

Homecoming Day 1

Black out!

Minute to win it contestants! Addy, Millie, and Lance made 7 layers in one minute!

Friday, September 12, 2014

Remembering 9-11

Here are a few things that we thought about on September 11th.
Today I am thinking about
  • the almost 3,000 people that died on September 11th.
  • the people who were brave enough to help others get out.
  • the people on Flight 93 who fought back.
  • the volunteers who helped clean up after the attacks.
  • the 343 New York City firefighters and 60 police officers who died on September 11th.
  • the people who built the memorial and museum at Ground Zero.
  • the brave firefighters and others who came to help.
  • the families of the people who died on September 11th.
  • the 125 people who died at the Pentagon.
  • the 256 people who were onboard the four airplanes on September 11th.
  • how America is a great place to live and grow up.
  • the ambulance workers and first responders who helped at the World Trade Center.
  • average Americans who stepped it up that day to help their fellow American in need.

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Declarative and interrogative sentences!


Declarative: Ben broke his arm playing football.
Interrogative: Does Cora look like she is working hard?

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Rewards

Quietest third grader ever! Yesterday we used the points we earned to buy coupons. Ty bought Fluffy Friend so he gets to spend the day with Yoda.