God blessed us with gorgeous weather for our field trip to Pike Place Market. We experienced the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of the market. I highly recommend returning with your child so they can give you a tour. The food bank staff sends their thanks for the food donations. Rachel the Piggy Bank appreciates all the donations too!
Coat and soup drive going on until Easter. Please consider donating gently used kid and adult coats.
NEW prayer: Morning Offering – We made a poster of the first line of the prayer. It was sent home today. Please post somewhere in your home and practice the prayer. It’s a lovely prayer, “Oh Jesus, through the immaculate heart of Mary, I offer you my prayers, works, joys and sufferings of this day. Amen.”
Math fact practice – keep working on it!
Adding suffixes to words, drop the y and add i
Reading, interpreting and creating graphs
More cursive strokes
Biographies – Dr. Seuss, George Washington Carver (inventor) and presidents
Reading and making timelines
Zones of Regulation Lessons
Zones of Regulation:
Ask your child what the 4 zones are:
o Blue = low energy, moving slowly
o Green = ready to learn, content, happy, calm
o Yellow = starting to lose control, frustrated, silly, anxious, upset, annoyed, excited
o Red = loss of control, aggressive, mad, yelling, elated, feeling mean
Ask: When was a time you were in the green zone? Yellow zone? red? blue?
How can knowing your zones of regulation help you?
Greenwood library field trip, March 6, 12:30. If you haven’t returned Seattle books, do so ASAP. They were due on Tuesday. I returned SPL books that were in the classroom.
We will write a biography about a classmate, make more graphs, learn about prefixes, continue learning about Zones of regulation and share our personal timelines.
Pike Place Market pictures:
We love Pike Place Market! Thank you for a wonderful field trip.