Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Family Science Night is Tonight

First the news....

Science Night

Hey folks, remember that tonight from 6:30 to 8:00 is Science Night at Dunham. It is called Family Science Night because the emphasis is on families being together to do science activities here at school.

We will open the Community Room and the classrooms of both grades 3 and 4 for you to explore.  The playground and all other rooms will be closed. Many teachers and Mr. Schaible will be here. I'll be in front welcoming you to the evening of investigation.

...and now, back to our regular update.

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Here's what we did today. Some of the kindergartners can read many of the words on this chart.


It was Tyler's day. His mom brought in three loaves of the world's most delicious pumpkin bread, moist and oh, so tasty. It vanished amazingly quickly. It's that good.

Tyler brought in an animal legend from Peru, The Fox in the Moon. The final pages showed what people from other cultures see on the moon's surface. We see a Man's face. Peruvians see a fox, etc.



At recess, Mrs. Everson snapped a few photos of the kindergartners playing on the bars. Here they are. Remember, it was sunny this morning.








Homework for tonight is not due until after your next grocery trip. Please don't make a special trip to the market just to do this assignment.



I hope to see many of you tonight at the Family Science Night at Dunham.

Be well.

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