Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Slicing Today Reading, Spring, and Fire...

Yesterday was the last day of the reading challenge I wish it wasn't I wish it was on the 30th.

I. Love. Books. Cus. They. Are. Fun. To. Read. I. Got. A. Lot. Of. Points.

Yesterday was osum Wiy Because The Techr Let us read olday case it was the last day of the reading chaling

One day me and my mom and my sister had desert for dener we had pie cake and icecream. BE

Today I was going to do a fire but it was too windy. CW

The reading chowlench is over I am a night you have to get 50 post to be a night. KC

I. Whent. Home. And. Did. Nothing

Yestrd I. Rod my forwilr And Rempt 20 feet off the grawnd. The end.

Today is oh most SpringBrake It is going to Be Fun. JC

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Reflections of Our Weekend SOLC14 #1

we're linking up with the TWT Slice of Life Classroom Challenge! You should too!!

When I went to Lanes house it’s fun he has a Xbox 360 big basket ball goal and horses we can ride sometimes I wish I could ride one. JM

On the weeken I went to my grandma joots and Grandpa corlys we Had Fun. JC

One day me and my sister went down the road to ride owr bickes. I went fas. On the gate you can get on it and push it. It is fun. BE

Monday, March 3, 2014

Oh the Places We'll Go!

Good Morning Kiddos! Another Snow Dayboo hoo. It’s pretty cold out there so bundle up tight if you go out.
We’re missing our first day of “real” slicing and our first day of Dr. Seuss week. Maybe you can spend some time today reading a few of his books and discover the places you can go in his storiesremember reading can be the adventures you may never get to go on in real life.
Tomorrow is “Our many Colored Days and Fox in Socks Day” Wear your brightest colors and crazy socks. And don’t forget to bring all your Dr. Seuss books!
If your parents say it’s ok you can use the comment section below to “slice.” Or you can email your slices to me at and I will add them to today’s post.

Enjoy your SNOW DAY!
 Fun things to do today: 
Make Dr. Seuss a birthday card.
Make cupcakes in honor of Dr. Seuss' birthday.
Write a rhyming book. 
Write a letter to Dr. Seuss telling him about your favorite story. 
Dress up in your circus clothes and build a "big top" 
(tent with blankets) in the living room or your bedroom (with permission).
Take pictures of all you do or bring the end products to school tomorrow!