I pray that you all will have a great time celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday with your family and friends. As Christians we have a lot to be thankful for and Thanksgiving is a great time to remember our blessings. Last week, we read “If you are thankful and you know it” and “Thankful” and listed items that we are thankful for. We also talked about how we can share our blessings with others. Our class decorated/ created/ drew lots of turkeys last week! Check out our bulletin board display for what we gave thanks for. We learned how to draw a turkey in a fun and easy way with our Grade 4 buddies.
Turkey Headband: Our students each made a turkey headband to celebrate Thanksgiving. To make this activity more interesting, students have to think how to change a square into a triangle for the turkey’s beak, to cut a square into two circles to make its eyes, and to cut a circle into two semi-circles to form its wattle.
Bible– We completed God’s Creation booklets, and we talked about Adam and Eve last week. This month our Bible focus is on Noah and how God keeps his promises. Since most students know this story really well, we will be acting out the story together. This should be a fun and kinesthetic way to learn a familiar story.
- Scholastic Orders: are due on Friday, October 18th.
- Photo Orders: were due on October 8th. If you missed the deadline, photos can still be ordered online. Photo retakes are on November 7th . Please let me know if you wish your child to retake his/her photo so I can add them to the list.
- Field Trip: is on Monday (Oct. 21st). We will meet at the farm at 9:15AM! WE WILL NOT MEET AT SCHOOL BEFOREHAND. Please dress appropriately for the weather. It tends to be windier in Delta, so please layer up, wear rain boots as the farm is muddy and be prepared to be outside for an hour. Looking forward to our first field trip together! Please review the permission form and provide the appropriate consent.
Thursday and Friday (Oct. 10 & 11) – Pro-D, No school
Friday (Oct. 18) – Scholastic orders due
Monday (Oct. 21) – Field trip
Thursday (Oct. 24) – Literacy Night at 7pm
Monday (Oct. 28) – Parent-teacher conferences (3:15-6pm)
Tuesday (Oct 29) – Parent-teacher conferences, No school
October 28 to November 1 – Book Fair