Students got together with their 4th grade buddies and listened to stories. It was a great opportunity for the the kids to go upstairs, be near the older kids and see some siblings!

Kayleigh K. reads a story to the class- practicing her oral reading skills as well as her public speaking! Great job reading The Book With No Pictures!

15 minutes of physical activity seems to be a wonderful addition to our afternoon. The kids will continue to go outside, weather permitting, and this wonderful class is much happier!!

Word Sorts- Students (above/below) are working on recognizing vowel patterns to better assist them with their writing! Kids are working independently, in pair and are beginning to grow as English spellers.
Using map skills to solve a Mystery Skype! With great questions such as: Does your state begin with a vowel? Are you east of the Mississippi River? Do you border a body of water.... the kids were able to quickly solve the mystery!
Sharing a first draft of Char Vivi's Book Nook! Students are all pretty excited to make their very own short story!

Kids practicing for their upcoming performance in "Let's Eat!"

Small Science Group: Making vibrations/sound via a cup "guitar."
Math Game: Guess My Number. Using a 100 Chart, students had to ask clues to solve the chosen number!
Park Ranger from Crystal Cover State Park giving the students a tour of the beach/park and its inhabitants!
Illustrator Frances Vallejo shares the creation of his story, Jazz Day. Since the kids were so great, he created an illustration just for us!
"If I Were President...." Thanks to the four students who volunteered to be in the next edition of Gladwyne Living! Look out for their wonderful ideas in the next few weeks!
Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss! Thank you to mom Rita for the great door decor!!
Read Across America- in honor of Dr. Seuss's birthday, the kids read, The Cat in the Hat to a second grade class in Florida!
Students participate in a global World Read Aloud Day! Sharing a story with a classroom in the midwest, Amazing Grace, students got to share their amazing reading skills to a special education class. Both the listens and kids were amazing!

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