Thursday, October 29, 2009
Our class has been having many absences this week. Lots of people have had the flu. These are some ways to stay healthy. Always wash your hands. Wash your hands for 20 seconds. Don't put your hands on other people's lockers. Stay clean. Take a shower. Keep your hands to yourself. Don't share your things. Blow your nose and then throw it away immediately! When you cough, cough into your elbow. If you're sick, don't come to school. If you are sick, take your medicine. Make sure an adult is around. Don't take your mom and dad's medicine. Use hand sanitizer. Drink lots of water. Don't share medicine. If you are allergic to something stay away.
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Red Ribbon Week begins Monday, October 26, 2009. This is where we talk about drugs and staying away from them! On Monday, try to wear silly socks for Silly Sock Day. On Tuesday, we will sign a pledge against drugs. On Wednesday, doors should be decorated for drug safety. On Thursday, we should try to wear RED. On Friday, it will be our Halloween party and we will have a Halloween safety assembly. We will have a good week!!!
Thursday, October 15, 2009
Christopher Columbus didn't know how to read or write when he was young. He asked the queen for help to sail. He fought in a battle. Christopher Columbus sailed in 1492. He sailed for many days and nights. Lots of people thought he was crazy because they thought he would fall off the world. He wanted to reach the Indies. One of the boats was long. Lots of people wanted him to turn back. Mr. Columbus sailed to the island. He sailed 3 ships to find the new land. The three ships were called the Nina, Pinta, and the Santa Maria. He wanted to find gold and show the king and queen. Christopher Columbus's day is October 12th. We made Columbus hats on Columbus Day. We tried to make them look like his. We're working on a Christopher Columbus paper to color. We read books about Christopher Columbus.
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
We could walk, jog, or run on the track for 30 minutes. (Cale) (Tayler) We ran on the track. (Max) We walked with the third graders. (Bailey) You could walk with friends. We saw lots of friends and relatives. (Dalton) (Shelby) (R. J. ) We had a paper foot to punch for each lap we walked. (Juliana) We could try to guess how many laps we could run. (Mikayla) We all had a goal to meet. (Zach) Some people went over their goals. (Aleigh) Some people ran 7 or 8 laps. The most was 10 or 11 laps. (Max) (Lucas) We tried to win $1000. (Katie) When we were done running we had an apple or banana. (Cameryn) The snack was good. (Evan) We had lots of people say good try. (Jacob) We had fun. (Ana) Our class did 153 laps. (Katie)
Friday, October 2, 2009
We saw some old fashioned airplanes. (Cale) We played with Keva Planks. (Mikayla) We learned a bunch about airplanes. (Max) We watched a video about building things. (Tayler) We saw Army planes. (Aleigh) Some of them carried people in them. (Katie) It was a long ride there. (Bailey) There were lots of planes. (Evan) They were restoring a plane called a bomber. (Zach) The airplanes were fun and the field trip was too. (Dalton) We saw a jet when we got in. (Lucas) We learned lots of information. (Crystal) We saw an airplane that was able to give gasoline to another plane. (Jacob) Our guide was named Zach. (Camryn) There were lots of people there. (Ana) We saw a plane that could hold two "hummers." (Corbin) We saw a cargo plane. (Harley) All the second graders went on this trip. (Juliana) We saw helicopters. (Shelby)