Last week’s story was The Little Red Hen. The theme was helping out at home. How do you help? What jobs do you like to do? The high frequency words for the week were: who, no, some, of and eat. Here is the link to last week’s spelling and vocabulary activities: The Little Red Hen
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
Fly Guy vs.. The Flyswatter is the tenth book in the Fly Guy series. Fly Guy is the extraordinary pet fly of a boy named Buzz. In this book, Buzz’s class goes on a field trip to a factory that makes flyswatters. As always, chaos ensues and Fly Guy saves the day.
Ant in Her Pants is about what happens when Miss Grant gets an ant in her pants. This book is part of a series of readers that focus on phonics for beginning readers. At the end of the book is a Sight Word game and Phonics Rhyming, Word Game Bingo and Make a Word games.
Check out the rest of the list at http://imaginationsoup.net/
Family fun at the Children’s Museum of Sonoma County on Sunday, October 30th from 10 A.M. to 2 P.M. The museum’s new home is at 1835 W Steele Lane in Santa Rosa. There will be a costume parade at 11 A.M., art projects, a Mad Scientist’s laboratory, a spooky room and much more. A $5 per person suggested donation includes a complimentary lunch. For more information go to http://cmosc.org/
Sunday, October 23, 2011
Mrs.. Buffleben’s First Grade class read several books by Eric Carle including:
After the class read the books by Eric Carle they made their own art using his collage techniques. First, they colored the paper with paints the same way Eric Carle paints his paper. It took several days for the paper to dry. When the paper was ready, it was time to make the collages. Each student chose a character from one of the books the class had read and chose papers that matched the colors of his or her character. The results: