3-4 Classroom

**Happy New Year **

**Happy New Year **

Quote of the Week:  Chosen by Ava, “Never lose a holy curiosity.” ~ Albert Einstein   The Scoop Happy New Year! We started off the year strong with a snowman building, team-building experience. The snow was quite possibly the worst snow for snowman making, but the kids didn’t seem to mind! We also had our first nordic ski experience on a beautiful snowy day. Ask your children how these experiences were for them, what they…

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Living in a Snow-globe

12/7 Quote of the Week:  Chosen by Etai ~ “Everyone deserves a standing ovation at least once in their life.” – R.J. Palacio The Scoop Whew, we are on full speed over here! With snow in the air and on the ground our classroom feels much like a snow-globe these days. How lucky are we, right? Recess has been a blast with all of this snow, and academics in our learning center are moving full…

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***Let it Snow***

***Let it snow*** 11/30 Quote of the Week:  Chosen by Trevor ~ “Without forgiveness, there is no future.” – Desmond Tutu Upcoming Dates   12/11 Last day to bring in donations for the Family Visitor Center 12/12 K-4 Winter Festival 5:00-6:30 12/14 K-4 Assessment Day (personal invitations will be sent for this) 12/19 Pajama and Read-In day 12/20 Santa Visit 12/21 No School 12/22-12/7 No School- Winter Break 1/8 First day back to school 1/16…

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We are Grateful :)

11/16 We are Grateful Quote of the Week:  Chosen by Willow ~ “Always be on the lookout for the presence of wonder.” – E.B. White The Scoop: Even though life is full of challenges and tough moments, it is important to remind ourselves of everything good. We have so much to be grateful for today and every day. Firstly, we are grateful that we get to spend time with your children everyday. These kids are…

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Wait, it’s November??!!

Wait, it’s November?? 11/9 Quote of the Week:  Chosen by Nesta ~ “Turn your wonders into wisdom.” – Oprah Winfrey The Scoop: New Books Today we released a whole bunch of new books into our classroom library. But first, we had “Wacky Alli the Librarian” do a book buzz for each new book. Ask your child which new book they borrowed, or maybe which one they hope to get their hands on soon. We have…

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