We are so excited about the Winter Olympics! We are talking all about it this week during our groups. The book features some pictures of some of the events that you might see while watching the Olympics. These pictures are special, however, because they feature our students participating in the events!
You really need to check it out to see the fun 🙂 Enjoy the Olympics and the book!
Here is a link to the book: Let_s Watch The Winter Olympics!
We’re celebrating the Super Bowl, albeit a week late. The book talks about what the Super Bowl is, when it first started, and some fun facts about the event. It also talks about the 2 teams that were playing as well as who the entertainer was for halftime. We have a couple of students featured on the front and back dressed as a football player and a cheerleader.
Take a look and find out about the Super Bowl!
Here is a link to the book: We Watched The Super Bowl
This week, we are learning all about some of the different characters that are read about in ancient myths. Our book covers some different characters such as Apollo, Thor, and Osiris, to name just a few. We have our students dressed as each of the different characters and they look really spectacular! Check out the book to see all of the characters that we learned about and find out a neat fact about each of them.
Here is a link to the book: Who Are The Characters In Ancient Myths?
We are taking a trip and learning about Taiwan this week. Earlier this year, we had some visitors from Taiwan come to our school and perform for us. It was SO COOL so we thought it would be neat to learn some things about our visitors’ home. Our book shares some information, such as the national animal, bird, and flower. It even has some fun facts about a famous director who was born in Taiwan as well as a really interesting fact about their garbage trucks. Take a look to find out more about this amazing country!
Here is a link to the book: Let_s Learn About Taiwan
We are learning all about our senses this week in our groups. The book discusses all 5 of our senses and shows some examples of each. We are learning that we use all of our senses in order to learn about the world around us. Take a look and see what the senses are!
Here is a link to the book: I Can Use My 5 Senses
We’re taking a trip to Scotland this week! One of our staff took a trip to Scotland last summer and she graciously let us borrow some of her amazing photos. The book goes over some neat facts about Scotland like different animals that live there, some famous people who were born there, and even something about a mythical creature that is said to live in a lake. Check out the book, also, to find out their awesome national animal! You won’t be able to guess what it is. We have a student featured on the cover and Ellen, who took the trip, featured on the back. Check it out!
Here is a link to the book: Let_s Learn About Scotland
To start the new year off fresh, we’re talking all about what New Year’s is and some of the things we do to celebrate it. The book talks about how New Year’s falls on the first of January. It also goes over things people do, like make resolutions, set off fireworks, and eat foods that are considered to be lucky. Take a look and see some of our students celebrating in front of fireworks on the front and back——-and HAPPY NEW YEAR!!
Here is a link to the book: It_s A New Year!