10/4: Publix Math Night, 5-7 pm
10/5: All Pro Dads, 7:00-7:50 am
10/15-18 Early Release/Parent Conferences
10/19: Career Day at School
10/23 Spirit Night @ Grub Burger
10/31: Fun Fall Festival 8:30-9:45, (In our classroom, Room Mothers will be contacting you soon concerning volunteer time or materials)
International Talk Like a Pirate Day was September 19th and our students decorated treasure boxes filled with chocolates to deliver to our community helpers at Teasley! Our Specials teachers, Cafe ladies, custodians and dedicated office ladies were thrilled.
As we hurried back to our classroom after a delivery, one student told his friends, “we filled their buckets with our treasures but they filled our buckets when they were so excited!” We are so proud of our thoughtful students.
Update on our Pet Food Service Project: All cat and dog food was delivered to Jennifer’s Rescue. Thank you to all of you that helped us with this project.
Thank you to our families that have donated supplies for a community service project! You still have time to send in cat or dog food through tomorrow!
Please let us know if you will be in town over the fall break and if your family would like to be part of the delivery to the Humane Society. We are so proud that our students already have such a heart to help and serve our community.
Officer Chris is the Teasley Resource Officer but she is dedicated to so much more than school safety!
Officer Chris was quick to compliment our great class behavior, held the hand of one of the students that was so excited to see her and passed out “badges” to the whole class. What a special community helper!
Tiger Reading Challenge…GO!
Posted on September 5, 2018 by Teasley library.
The Tiger Reading Challenge has started! The September challenge for ALL students is to read 600 minutes this month. You have until October 1, 2018 to log minutes into Biblionasium. (Late minutes WILL NOT COUNT. Make sure you submit them on time.) Read books, magazines, newspapers, RAZ kids, the cereal box at breakfast – ANYTHING. Just read. Exercise your brain. Read more about the challenge and watch some videos about Biblionasium on the Tiger Reading Program Page.
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IB Theme: Who We Are (cont.)
- Goods and Services
- Wants and Needs
- American Symbols: American Flag, Georgia Flag
- Narrative Writing: Creating sentences that tell a story. Students are encouraged to use sound spelling.
- Learning to Label Illustrations in their stories.
- Blending sounds to recognize and create simple words.
- Story Retell: Retelling a story by identifying characters, setting and sequences.
- Working in a Literacy Centers and completing assignments.
- Counting to 100.
- Recognizing numbers to 20, and make a group of any particular number to 20.
- Addition and Subtraction facts to 10
- Recognizing 2D and 3D shapes
Our theme this month has been all about our community, our community helpers that make our community great and the goods and services that they provide.
Our class will be doing a special service project, collecting cat and dog food to give to a local rescue. We will be collecting these goods from September 10-21. We will have a special box in the classroom to store these special gifts.