A Message from Yiorgos:
A Message from Rosie:
A Message from Jonah:
Dear Amy. I hope you're doing well. "Please don't go close to anyone, and stay healthy".
We went to the backyard to investigate the grass.
Q: What sound do you hear?
A: "It sounded like a snake, or a hissing sound."
Q: How does grass feel?
A: "Grass feels rough everywhere".
Q: What do you smell?
A: "I smell nothing".
Post Script - enclosed is a picture of Jonah with a tower. You may put it on the website if you feel. We created the tower with Lego instead of rocks and twigs. Our rocks and twigs resources are quite low. :) Jonah says that the tower goes almost "as high as my hip".
A Message from Ryder:
I love to do mazes.
I am rolling a dice, counting the dots, finding the number and then counting out little figures for a fun math game.
I made a cardboard sword. Then drew it. I've been practicing his name too!
I designed a house for my bunnies.
A Message from Lucas:
A Message from Leeloominai:
A Message from Jonah:
Hi Amy, Jane and Hyma - Thanks for giving us work. How are you doing? I miss you and I miss my school. I want to say hi to all of my friends. Talk to you soon.
A Message from Theo:
Today we read the story and talked about what we see in springtime. Theo told me that flowers start to grow and need sun, dirt, rain and bees to pollinate.
Today we also spoke to Rafe, they chatted about all their toys and books.
Message from Theo- why is the sun fire?
Have a lovely evening.
Becky + Theo.
A Message from George:
George is working very hard and enjoying the school work. Thank you!
A Message from Poppy:
Here are some pictures from this past week! Please share the pictures online! One is Poppy doing Jane's puzzle activity, and the other is a picture about what comes in Spring. Have a lovely weekend.
Megan and Poppy
A Message from Emma:
Emma has been working so hard from home!
Sharing Our Stories
This is a place where our classroom community can share our stories with one another! Students, please email us with your new stories and we will put them up on the website. Make sure your parents let us know that we have permission to post any of the pictures!