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Friday, November 6, 2015

Five for Friday

It has been a crazy week month.  It seems like October flew by so fast that I can't believe it is already November.  We have been doing so many fun things in our classroom this month.  I am sharing five fun things today for Five for Friday with Doodlebugs Teaching.

Five for Friday





My kiddos are still loving quiet reading time {thankfully}.  Lately they have been obsessed with the Elephant and Piggie books.  They also have found new interesting reading places around the classroom - like laying on pillows under the desks. 


 It may be different, but as long as they are happily sounding out stories then I am happy too.




The weather over the past couple of weeks has been amazingly warm. I'm not a big fan of the cold so I am always happy when the weather is nice. We even had our Heritage Studies class outside the other day. So fun!

Doesn't my son look vicious with his wooden sword?



We sponge painted,




stuffed,




and hung up pumpkins in our classroom.




They came out super cute, and I love seeing them all hanging from the ceiling.  It's such a fun and easy craft that looks awesome when finished.







We used number cards and sticky note operation signs to practice subtraction the other day.  When I gave them the sticky notes, you would have thought I was giving them the best treat ever!
It always amazes me how excited they get over little things - clipboards, sticky notes, markers, stickers. I love it!




We have had some beautiful fall colors here in New England this year.  And while most of the color has gone by, and the leaves have almost all fallen, I wanted to leave you with some pictures of the beauty we experienced. Because...





Happy Fall Everyone!
Make sure you stop by Doodlebugs Teaching to read some other great Five for Friday posts!




1 comment:

  1. Thankfully, I love scuffing through all the dead lives all over the ground. Otherwise, I might be bummed that the trees are almost leafless. It has been warm. I need to think of a reason to get my class outside for a lesson this coming week while the weather is still nice!
    Jan
    Laughter and Consistency

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