On our return, Monday, April 8, it is wear your class shirt to school day.
We will utilize that week for any last chance opportunities for our speed math ice cream building challenge, end of marking period writing, reading, and math assessments. The end of marking period is April 12. That is the Friday we return, which is a half day of school for elementary students.
We are finishing the lower case cursive letters then jumping right in to upper case cursive. I did show the students their names (first and last) in cursive this past week. They are really enjoying learning this.
If you are looking for things to do in the area for next week, The Detroit Historical Museum is downtown across the street from the DIA. It is free and really interesting. The Detroit Zoo is always an enjoyable day. Perhaps you feel crafty, you can always check out The Plaster Playhouse located behind SkyZone off 23 Mile Rd.
We had a wonderful day in Room 14. The school had on Horton Hears A Who for our finally of March is Reading Month. The children read some Dr. Suess books, we wrote a poem or two, created a landform book, enjoy art, and enjoyed three birthdays!
Happy Spring Break!