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October10

Think about the following:  What was the classroom like?  What were the ages of children in the schoolhouse?  What kinds of games were played during recess time?  Do you remember the name your were given while in the schoolhouse?  What was your teacher’s name?

Thankful Thoughts

November20

Share what you are thankful for. Tell us why you are thankful for these things. Think about the people you care most about and the treasures you have.

For just a few minutes on Thanksgiving Day, step outside your situation and just “be”. Find something, no matter how small, to be thankful for. In giving thanks, you will be lightening your load, even if for only a moment.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Halloween

November20

We had a great time celebrating Halloween. What did you dress up as? What was your favorite part about the afternoon? Did you have a favorite costume?

March22

We read the story,  Fred Stays with Me! We discussed the idea of first person point of view. What pet do you think would make a good friend? What are the qualities of a good friend? Why?

March17

Last week, on Friday, March 11th, the 2nd graders at Wescott School presented us with a spectacular show titled, A Tribute To Roald Dahl.  Our very talented music teacher, Mr. Bill Vaananen, created several new songs for us to share with you. It was quite a memorable performance.

Share with us which favorite book character you dressed up as. What did you wear? What was your speaking part? What was your favorite song? What was your most memorable moment about the show?

Mixing Solids

February18

Last week we studied two solids, talked about their properties and mixed them together. What were the two solids we studied? What were the properties of each solid? Were you able to change the properties of the solids after you mixed them? What happened when you mixed the two solids together? What happened when you separated the solids?

January21

December17

Math Games

December3

What is your favorite math game?

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