We’re still rolling along, adding books and book and books to our display in the first grade hallway. Check out the latest and greatest:
I know you can tell that we’re almost ready to add another arrow (for 200!), and as of this last week we have logged 186 books! This week was busy and the schedule was a little wonky because of Halloween, a 1/2 day and other events around school, so we only added 10, but they were all good ones!
We had lots of Halloween-themed books, as well as another Lola Schaefer and another book illustrated by our friend Peter H. Reynolds because–why not?? One of the texts was a kid-written story, and then the last one of the week was from my rotation on our 1/2 day, where I taught about the Navy (each teacher shared about a different branch of the military).
What did you read this week? PLEASE recommend something that YOU love to us and we’ll read it, too! 🙂 Until next week–happy reading!
Oh my goodness! Week 11 already?? We’re moving and grooving and totally rocked the book-reading this week! Seemed like they came in pairs this time around; one of our authors has written lots of books that are related to each other so we read them together!
Here’s the current display:
We’re all the way up to 176 now!! Yep, we read 21 books this week! Told you we rocked it! 🙂
Here are the new ones. 🙂
See what I mean about pairs of books? We had 4 sets of books from Sandra Boynton and Lola Schaefer (she seemed to do it so many times it HAD to be on purpose! Ms. Schaefer, if you read this, please tell us if it is!!). There were a couple of kid-readers this week, too, as Celia read a book SHE WROTE to us called Donut, and Natalie read us Doggies and Blue Hat, Green Hat after working on them for a while to get them ready to share with her classmates! Also, we read Mystery Vine, by the same author as our old favorite David’s Drawings, Cathryn Falwell. Man, I love it when we can revisit old friends. 🙂
Now, you know that RM. 111 and 112 love reading no matter what, and that we love all books and all readers, but I also know you know that there is not much better than when MRS. SISUL READS TO US!! Again, you’re probably not surprised at all that she came back this week to read. And that she was on ROLLER SKATES!! Man, Robinson is a super amazing place to learn and read! 🙂
What did you read this week? What pairs of books have you tried? Share with us!! 🙂