My Sweet Kids,
I just had to write you a letter because I miss you and hope you are all well. I have had so many adventures over the break. I thought I would share one story with you today.
Here, my daughters Nyella and Merryn decided to make cookie jars for our friends. We had fun estimating how many chocolate chips were in a half cup and measuring all the ingredients. When we were done, Nyella wrote out the instructions on the jar so her friends would know how to bake the cookies. Merryn just decided to write "Eat me, go ahead!" on her cookie jar...so I hope her friends were able to figure the recipe out!
I wonder what you have been up to. I have decided to start this new page on our classroom website so we can keep in touch and share our stories. This is what you can do. Draw a picture of something you have done and write a sentence or two to describe it. Have your parents take a picture of your work and send it to me. I will post it on our classroom website for everyone to see. Another thing you can do is to write me a letter describing your break and asking some questions. Have your parents take a picture of your work and email it to me. I promise that I will write you back! email@example.com
I hope to hear from you soon.
Sharing Our Stories
During distanced learning our class wanted to feel connected to each other. For this reason, we set up this page on our website. Here the students shared their stories with one another! Parent permission was received to post all pictures. This year, we will be using this page to show weekly student work.