We enjoyed a quick morning. Several prospective parents for the kindergarten of 2011/2012 toured through the room this morning, looking in on our daily routine. We enjoyed another half hour with our buddies from fifth grade.
I think the boys from fifth grade were especially pleased to help their buddies with Lego projects. I know I would have been pleased if it were me.
Our music teacher, Andrew was out today, so Dana filled in for him. We visited the first grade classroom to practice with them for the pasta night performance (the non-ukulele part of it).
Speaking of ukes, I got word yesterday that the ukes I'm buying with the Petaluma Rotary grant money arrived yesterday, so I am looking forward to picking them up this afternoon. Danny's grandpa will install the storage hooks for them tomorrow.
Near the end of the day, Elena proved to everyone that she knows the Soundabet in lowercase Queens cards. Needless to say, we all shared in Elena's happiness. See—
|We zipped out for some play between the showers.|
Ukuleles will be featured in the teacher performance at the pasta night as well—I'm enjoying our practices for that.
Tonight's Car Tally homework is not due until Friday, so no stress if it is hard to collect data in the thunderstorms.