This one is in honor of our friend Diego. 🙂
Check out the really difficult task we’ve been working on with completing our series of books. This is BIG first grade work, but they’re definitely up to the task. This was what our morning looked like today:
Almost can’t see the table because of all that amazing writing there!
More fun with series books!
I love how this group is lost in paper! LOTS of writing happening here!
Peyton was working on revising his story to get it “just right.” He took his book apart, added more pages and put it back together with great additions to his story about a boy named Cooper and his dog, Adam.
Emily thought of a really great sentence she had read in a book that she wanted to include in her story. Talk about resourceful!
Thomas was using Notability on his iPad to record his thoughts, then replay them so he could write the sentence word-by-word. LOVE how technology supports our work. 🙂
And this one’s just because I know you were wondering what my shoes looked like today. 🙂 Right? 🙂 #dontforgetthekookyteacher
Did you know that sometimes at the end of the school year, kids FORGET that they’re supposed to be nice to each other and follow the rules at their school? That happened to us. So, we sat down and made a chart of #nicethingstodoandsay to help us remember how to show that we care about each other.
Here’s a picture of what it looks like:
We figured that if we could use this chart to help us, then you could, too! So we decided to share it–with our Robinson friends, and even people outside of our school. With kids AND with grown-ups! Anyone can read it and use it to help them show someone they care about them.
We know we are going to use this list. What about you? How will YOU show that someone else matters? What #nicethingstodoandsay will you choose? Leave us a comment, or tweet to us at @jbeardensclass to tell us how it’s working out for you!