Great People in History

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Monday, January 16th we celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. It is a national holiday when we remind ourselves of his compassion for others, his courage in speaking out about injustice, and his determination and perseverance to bring about positive change in our world. These two video presentations give us different information about his life and his work. You will need to click on the You Tube icon under the BrainPop video to watch it there.

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Over the next month we will be reading the biographies of people in history. We know that we can learn important lessons by understanding the stories of their lives. We are inspired by the personal strengths they have in common:  determination and perseverance, curiosity and creativity, honesty and integrity, respect and responsibility, compassion and courage. They use their skills and talents in the service of others and have changed many people’s lives because of it.

Enjoy watching these excerpts from the Great People In History projects from former students.  You will be selecting someone to research this next week. I will be sending home a list of names and resources. As you are doing your research project remember to focus on the personal strengths of your great person, and show how they have made the world a better place.  We can’t wait to see you up there next.  Let your greatness shine! 

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What interesting fact did you learn about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.?

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Snow Day Challenge

image1 (2)Today we awoke to beautiful drifts of snow, tree limbs bending low under the snow’s weight, and big snowflakes falling gently to the ground. Today is a true snow day. For those who don’t experience the beauty of a snow day often, it is a real gift.

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So here is my Snow Day Challenge for you:

Mrs. Amri measured 6 inches of snow in Tigard

Mrs. Amri measured 6 inches of snow in Tigard

  1. Be your neighborhood’s junior meteorologist. Find a ruler and measure the snowfall amount in inches. Take a picture of yourself as you are taking the measurement. Send me the picture and the number of inches. I will add them to this blog post.
  2. Send me a picture of you enjoying a snow day activity
  3. Write a snow day poem (Haiku = a 3 line poem, 17 syllables in the pattern of 5 syllables, 7 syllables, 5 syllables) or any other type of poem. The beauty of nature is very inspirational.
  4. Write a snowy day story (narrative or imaginative)
  5. Write a Snowy Day Math Problem for us to solve. Be sure to solve it yourself. Share it with the class. Send it to me and I can post them.
  6. Start a Gratitude Journal at home.  Start by writing the things you are grateful for with a snowy day. Think of all the reasons that snow is important for us here in the Northwest.

Here’s to you for sending us some photos!

Junior Meteorologist Georgia. 3.5 inches of snow.

Junior Meteorologist Georgia measuring 3.5 inches of snow

Sledding down a big hill

Sledding down a big hill

Junior Meteorologist Isaac measuring 8 inches of snow in the Fox Hills neighborhood.

Junior Meteorologist Isaac measuring 8 inches of snow in the Fox Hills neighborhood.

Getting some air on this sledding run!

Catching some air on this sled run

Meteorologist Emma measured 6 inches at Stafford.

Junior Meteorologist Emma measured 6 inches at Stafford.

Giant snowman with nice scarf.

Giant snow person with a nice hat and scarf.

Junior Meteorologist Chloe measured 10 inches in the Marylhurst Heights neighborhood.

Junior Meteorologist Chloe measured 10 inches in the Marylhurst Heights neighborhood.

A most excellent sled.

A most excellent sled.

Junior Meteorologist Noah measured 8.5 inches of snow. A gigantic snowperson. Bravo Noah, Carson, Cooper, Jackson and Ben!

Junior Meteorologist Noah took advantage of all this snow and built a gigantic, 8.5 foot snow person. Bravo Noah, Carson, Cooper, Jackson and Ben!

Junior Meteorologist Xander measured 7 inches.

Junior Meteorologist Xander measured 7 inches.

Giant snowball ready to go down the slide.

Giant snowball ready to go down the slide.

Junior Meteorologist Kiera measured 4 inches of snow on Ribera Road.

Junior Meteorologist Kiera measured 4 inches of snow on Ribera Road.

Meteorologists Kiera and Elliott were busy helping to clear a fallen tree from their street along with other neighborhood heroes (from right) Elliott, Nico, David, Thomas, Phillip, Kieran, Kiera, Pela and Django.

Junior Meteorologists Kiera and Elliott were busy helping clear a fallen tree from their street along with other neighborhood heroes (from right) Elliott, Nico, David, Thomas, Phillip, Kieran, Kiera, Pela and Django.

Meteorologist Cooper doing some night skiing in the Fox Hill neighborhood.

Junior Meteorologist Cooper doing some night skiing in the Fox Hill neighborhood.

Building a snow cave.

Building a snow cave.

Junior Meteorologist Eva measured 3.5 inches of snow in the the Fox Hill neighborhood.

Junior Meteorologist Eva measured 3.5 inches of snow in the the Fox Hill neighborhood.

Yet another monster-sized snow person in the Fox Hill area. How did they do that?

Yet another monster-sized snow person in the Fox Hill area. How do they do that?

The ultimate sledding experience. Thank you Winter!

The ultimate sledding experience. Thank you Winter!

Emma wrote a Winter math story for us. Thanks, Emma!

Emma is the first to write a Winter math story for us. Thanks, Emma!

Meteorologist Claire measured 11.5 inches of snow.

Junior Meteorologist Claire measured 11.5 inches of snow.

The perfect snow slides!

The perfect snow slide!

Meteorologist Ira measured 3 inches of snow

Junior Meteorologist Ira measured 3 inches of snow

Isaac wrote for us another math story. Thanks Isaac!

Isaac wrote for us another math story. Thanks Isaac!

Our first Winter Haiku. Thanks Cooper!

Our first Winter Haiku. Thanks Cooper!

Cooper's Winter Math Story: a whopper of a challenge. Thanks Cooper!

Cooper’s Winter Math Story: a whopper of a challenge. Thanks Cooper!

Cooper's rhyming poem about a popular treat: chocolate!

Cooper’s rhyming poem about a popular treat: chocolate!

Eva's math problem: There are 12 icicles hanging from the roof. If 9 fall down, how many icicles are left?

Eva’s math problem: There are 12 icicles hanging from the roof. If 9 fall down, how many icicles are left? Solve the problem and leave the answer in a comment at the bottom of this post. Thanks Eva!

A free verse poem: The snow is falling while I sip hot cocoa sitting by the warm fire watching a husky running around. Yay! By Eva

A free verse poem:
The snow is falling while I sip hot cocoa sitting by the warm fire watching a husky running around. Yay!
By Eva

Meteorologist Max measured 7 inches of snow at his house.

Junior Meteorologist Max measured 7 inches of snow at his house.

Here is the proof with his tape measure.

Here is the proof with his tape measure.

Find a class mate or two in your neighborhood and do one or more of these activities together. Just last week we invited our buddies, Mrs. Gilkey’s class, to read an article from our Time for Kids with us about what to do if we begin to lose too many days because of snow.

Let’s show what we know about determination and perseverance. We won’t let a little snow get in our way of sharing the joy of learning together. Send me some of your pictures and writing to post.

Let’s get to it!

Snow Day fun here we come!

Which of the challenges will you do?

 

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Happy New Year

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Happy New Year to all you heroes! Yes, that is you Crew! We are excited to begin a new year with the promise of great things to come. The world is a beautiful place. We each play an important role in making this world a better place every day. There are opportunities everywhere to make someone’s day a little brighter, to help someone in need, and make a difference in the world. Find your inner hero and make someone smile today. What will you do? Let’s get to it!  Write your ideas on our Padlet.

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What will you do to make someone smile today?

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Love is . . .

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Dear Crew,

There is no greater gift than love.  I want to thank you and your families for sharing your love with me. Enjoy our digital poetry project with your family.

From, Mrs. Amri

May your holidays be filled with joy and happiness!

 

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Family Traditions

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We love our families. Our families teach us important values and pass on important traditions. We will share the stories of our family traditions with each other this week. We are learning to look for similarities and differences as we listen to our family stories.

Which Christmas traditions do you enjoy?

 

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Helping Hands

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We have been talking about the importance of recognizing opportunities to reach out and help or serve others when we can. We call this service learning. We want to be the helping hands that bring joy to others. When we hear of an opportunity, we are training our hearts to respond.

free-rice-widgetWe have heard that there are many people all over the world that are hungry and need food especially in these winter months. So, over the next 2 weeks we will be using the site called Freerice to help feed the hungry in the world.  

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Freerice is a wonderful way for us to learn all sorts of things, and at the same time help provide food to hungry people in our world. There are so many different subjects. Math, vocabulary, geography, art history, languages, chemistry, and flags of the world are just a few.

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With each new fact we learn, we donate 10 grains of rice to the UN World Food Programme.  This organization passes on the rice to countries in the world that need it.  This week we will be working hard, learning tons of new and interesting information, having incredible fun, and helping the hungry throughout the world!

Keep track of the number of grains of rice you donate throughout the week, and we will see how much rice we donate as a class by next Friday. Challenge your parents and your entire family to join you as you use your helping hands to feed the hungry.

Let’s get to the learning!  

Let’s feed our minds and feed the hungry!

What subjects do you enjoy learning?

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Hour of Code

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Will you be one of tomorrow’s superheros? As your teacher this year, I will bet on it. Amazing things are happening these days in the area of Computer Science.  Watch this video that introducea us to some important people who talk about the importance of kids like us learning computer code.

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This week is Computer Science Education Week, and we are celebrating with others around the world “An Hour of Code“. Students all around the world will spend one hour learning the basics of computer programming. We will explore programming with tutorials throughout the week. The fun tutorials include Star Wars, Minecraft, Anna and Elsa and Lightbots!

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Almost everything we do involves some sort of computer programming. Creating things through code may seem to be wizardry or involve superhero skills, but one thing is for sure. It can make a huge difference in the lives of people, and we can use these powers for good.  So, let’s get to it geniuses!

Our learning targets:

1. I can create something new using computer code

2. I will collaborate with others to learn a new language: “computer code”

3. I can use my critical thinking skills to use code to design and complete a project.

Haven’t we all wished we were superheros? Here is our chance.

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How many lines of code did you create today?

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Family

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Each family is unique. Some families are big, and some are small. But, what they all have in common is that they are the people who love you. Add a sticky note to our Padlet to share what family means to you.

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This week we will be listening to our family members tell the special stories of how we got our names and where our ancestors are from. We will also share details about important family traditions. Our families hold the keys to these stories for us. We want to learn to tell these stories as part of our family history.

Where are your ancestors are from?

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The Celebration of Thanksgiving

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November 24 is the day we celebrate Thanksgiving in the United States. Thanksgiving is a celebration where families and friends come together to share in a special meal. Thanksgiving is all about gratitude. Gratitude is the act of of giving thanks,  expressing appreciation, and returning kindness. All communities and cultures have celebrations where they express gratitude. Sharing gratitude is also one of the tools in our tool belt we use for creating positive emotion or happiness. We try to share gratitude throughout the school day.

Let’s create happiness for ourselves and others by sharing gratitude today!

What are you grateful for? Leave us a note on our Padlet below.

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How do you celebrate Thanksgiving?

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City Cat

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City Cat is a fun book written by Kate Banks and illustrated by Lauren Castillo. This book takes us on an adventure around the great cities of Europe.

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This is the last in the series of books we are reading with our friends across North America as a part of The Global Read Aloud (GRA). We have loved reading with Mrs. Cuthbertson’s class in North Carolina, Mrs Debertin’s class in New Brunswick Canada, Mrs. Orloff’s class in Illinois and Mrs. Schultz and Petruzzi’s class in New Jersey. Thanks for the fun everyone!

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Which city would you like to visit? Leave us a note on our Padlet below. If you have trouble adding to the Padlet click here: City Cat Padlet.

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Mrs. Debertin’s Class has a challenge for us! We should tell them where City Cat would go if she were visiting our community here in West Linn. Let’s do it!

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What do you think the author’s message is? 

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Fall Celebrations

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In many countries around the world people celebrate The Harvest season. Some countries celebrate Halloween by dressing in costume and going door-to-door after dark to gather candy from friends and neighbors.  They put a lit candle in a carved out pumpkin outside their door and it becomes a Jack-0-Lantern. In India and many other Hindu countries they celebrate Diwali. They are all celebrations that see light as an important symbol. Leave us a note on our Padlet to tell us how you celebrate during the season of Fall. Click on this link if you have trouble adding to the Padlet: Halloween.

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What do you like most about Halloween?

 

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Yard Sale

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This week we are reading Yard Sale written by Eve Bunting and illustrated by Lauren Castillo. Who doesn’t love a yard sale? Well, the main character in this story has a different feeling about her yard sale.

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Have you sold something at a yard sale?

Did you like selling your old toys, books or clothes?

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Twenty Yawns

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This week we are reading the book Twenty Yawns by Jane Smiley, illustrated by Lauren Castillo. We all love the feeling of settling into bed and relaxing before falling asleep. The main character in the story sleeps with her special stuffed animals. We all have personal connections, or schema, with our bedtime routines that help us relax our bodies and our minds. Leave us a sticky note on our Padlet and let us know how you relax and get to sleep. Click on the + sign to add your note. If you have trouble doing this, click on this link to get to the Padlet website: Twenty Yawns

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We have learned that there are also different ways of relaxing our bodies and our minds at school. We practice mindfulness technics throughout our day to help us refocus ourselves and be better learners. We use deep breathing, cross-lateral moves, positive affirmations, positive thinking (3-Good-Things), gratitude sharing, and gratitude letters.

What do you do to help you relax and fall asleep?

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Geology Rocks!

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We have been learning all about rocks and minerals as we begin our study of Geology. We enjoyed the field trip to the Rice Rock Museum last week to see the wonderful collection of rocks. This museum is one of the biggest in the Pacific Northwest. Enjoy watching this video our class made a few years ago. Read the captions as a way to review our learning.

What did you enjoy most at the Rice Rock Museum?

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The Reader

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This week we are looking at the book The Reader written by Amy Hest and illustrated by Lauren Castillo. We are excited to do this together each week with our Global Read Aloud friends. Here we are during our Skype call with Mrs. Debertin’s class from Centreville, New Brunswick, Canada.

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The main character in the story finds a very special place to enjoy reading a favorite book. The main idea is clear: There is a joy in reading and finding a book that you make a personal connection with.

Let’s share our personal connections with the joy of reading our own favorite books. Here’s our list! Share your thoughts with us on our Padlet below. If you have problems writing on the Padlet here, click on this link: https://padlet.com/jodyamri/muupsk7u1u8d

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What is your favorite book or book series?

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Our Community: The Peace Project 2016

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Students from Ipyana School, Tanzania

 

 

 

 

 

 

In second grade we learn that communities work together to fulfill their wants and needs. They work together not only to help their local community, but also the world community.

This year the second graders at Stafford Primary School and Trillium Creek School are excited to join together in a community project. We are neighboring schools, so we often see each other in our neighborhood, at the store, and on the soccer field. This year we want to work together to bring more peace to our world.

Trillium Creek School

Trillium Creek School

How do we do this? We start by strengthening our friendships. So, our second grade classes are going to work as one big team to bring positive change to the world. We want to bring joy to students just like us in another part of the world: Tanzania!

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There is a local community organization here called Africa Bridge that helps orphaned children in Tanzania find loving families, get the food they need and help them go to school. We want to share love and friendship with these children through the gift of words. We are inviting each second grader at Trillium and Stafford to make a Flat Stanley or Flat Stella and write a message of love and friendship on the back to send to a child in a village in Tanzania. The staff at Africa Bridge will take our friendship letters with them at the end of October.

Barry Childs, Africa Bridge

Barry Childs, Africa Bridge

This is a simple act of kindness that can have a huge impact. We are showing the children in Tanzania that we are thinking of them and we care. That’s what friends do. The more friendships we make and the more bridges we build between countries, the more peace we bring to our world. Let’s do it! STAFFORD AND TRILLIUM ARE A TEAM!

We want to share our idea with others as a part of The Student Blogging Challenge’s Blog Action Day 2016 (#BAD2016) (#16stubc). You can read more about connection with Africa Bridge, and see a video we made for one of our projects on our Africa Bridge page.

Let’s work together to create a more peaceful world one friend at a time!

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Your Second Grade Teachers,

Mrs. Amri, Ms. Hainley, Mrs. Wise, Mrs. Alexander, Mrs. Almon,, Mrs. Johnston, Mrs. Teel

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The Trouble Maker by Lauren Castillo

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This week we are joining our Global Read Aloud friends in reading Lauren Castillo’s The Trouble Maker. In the story the boy meets up with a raccoon while playing in his backyard. Add your thoughts to our Padlet.

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If you have trouble adding to the Padlet, click on this live link to go to the Padlet website:  The Trouble Maker

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We enjoyed meeting up with our friends from Mrs. Cuthbertson’s class in Kannapolis, North Carolina last week. We are learning the importance of communication and collaboration with others. It is a small world when connect through Skype in the classroom.

This week we will connect with Mrs. Debertin’s class in Centreville, New Brunswick, Canada to share our learning from The Trouble Maker. They are in the Atlantic Standard Time Zone (AST) which is 4 hours ahead of us. It is fun to learn about the time zone differences. Watch this NASA video that explains time zones:

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We learned that Oregon is in the Pacific Standard Time Zone (PST).

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Who is the trouble maker in our story this week?

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Nana In The City: Let’s Share Our Thinking

Our Global Read Aloud friends in North Carolina came up with this great Padlet to talk about the problem in the story Nana in the City by Lauren Castillo. As readers we know that we are always thinking about story elements: Setting, Main Characters, Problem or Main Events and Solution or Ending.

We say thank you to Mrs. Cuthbertson’s Class for inviting us to share our thinking on their Padlet!

Who do you share an opinion with?

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The Global Read Aloud 2016

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We are excited to connect with other classrooms around the USA to share our love of reading great books in The Global Read Aloud 2016. This year we are reading the books by the author and illustrator Lauren Castillo. Last year she was honored as a Caldecott Award winner for her book Nana in the City. We are reading that book as well as The Trouble Maker, The Reader, Yard Sale, Twenty Yawns and City Cat. 

We want to welcome our partner classes to our blog and invite you to leave us a comment whenever you can:

  • Mrs. Cuthbertson’s Class from North Carolina
  • Mrs. Debertin’s Class from New Brunswick, Canada
  • Mrs. Orloff’s Class from Illinois
  • Mrs. Schultz/Mrs. Petruzzi’s Class from New Jersey

We write posts each Monday which end with a question for you to answer. We hope you can visit out blog and leave us a comment. We are also connecting with other schools as a part of

The Student Blogging Challenge

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We welcome all of visitors to leave us a comment. You matter. We look forward to hearing from you.

Where are you from?

Do you live in an urban, suburban or rural location?

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Whoever You Are

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We learned that peace begins with each one of us sharing acts of kindness with our friends, our family and the world. We also learned that peace spreads when we focus on all the things we have in common: our joys and our sorrows, and our hopes and dreams for a bright future. This is the big idea or the main idea in a book by Mem Fox called Whoever You Are.

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In reading we are learning to find different sources that support our thinking. We found two videos, digital stories, that also supports this idea that peace spreads when we focus on the things we have in common. The videos communicate the idea that all around the world people share the same joy of music and dance, laughter and love.  It is very creative way to share this message. Nice “green hat thinking” Mr. Harding! (video creator). Let’s look closely at how we are the same and not so different. Please leave us a comment below and answer these questions.

What did you like about the videos?

What did you like about the book?

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Peace Begin With Me

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Today is The International Day of Peace. People all around the world are stopping to remind themselves that we are just one world, and we should all live together in peace.

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We also want to remind ourselves that every act of kindness is a seedling of peace that we can plant today and everyday. We learned that “peace is not something you wish for, it is something you make, something you do, something you are, something you give away” (Robert Fulgham). We want to share this message with others today by practicing acts of kindness at school and at home.

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We know that the path to peace is building friendships with others, no matter how different they may seem. We want to reach out to others in friendship and love and make peace happen. We have been skyping with schools around the world over the past weeks to share our learning with them, and to show them we care about them wherever they are. Today we decided to reach out to students in Tanzania to show them we are thinking about them and care about them, too! Africa Bridge has connected us with village schools there. Over the next weeks we will make them little Happy Notes with words of love. Will you join us?

What does peace mean to you?

What act of kindness did you do today to spread peace?

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Let’s Go Paddling with Padlet!

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Building new friendships has to be the greatest thing about coming back to school. We took time to share about summer break and the fun we all had, and of course, we had to share some other important details about ourselves. Here is our first Padlet, an online sticky note pad, where we recorded our names and all of our favorite foods. Can you remember everyone’s name and their favorite food? If not, you can always find it on our Padlet.

Let’s challenge our parents to paddle along with us and add their names and favorite foods, too! Learning new things together is so exciting. Thank you for joining us in our adventures, parents, and welcome to The Crew!

Please leave us a comment below and answer our question.

Do you like using Padlet?

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International Dot Day

International Dot Day is celebrated each year on September 15th. The event celebrates global connections, self-discovery, and “making your mark“. The idea of making your mark comes from The Dot by Peter Reynolds and this year around 3.5 million people of all ages will make their mark and see where it takes them this International Dot Day.

We are excited to make our first global connections on Skype, do a fun Dot Day Math activity, and create a watercolor art project. We are even making Dot Day Trading Cards to send to the classes we connect with. We will also be singing The Dot Song by Emily Arrow together with our 4th grade buddy class. Thank you to Matthew Winner, an amazing teacher librarian from Elkridge Maryland, who found these grade videos and shared them on his incredible blog.

The Bouncing Dot Official Music Video for The Dot Song from FableVision Learning on Vimeo.

Here are two other versions of the song with the songwriter herself.

The Dot Song LIVE:

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The main ideas in the book encourage us to be courageous, be creative and be yourself. What a great, positive mindset to start off the school year. Thank you to the author, Peter Reynolds, for sharing his ideas with us as readers.  We hope you will celebrate along with us. Happy International Dot Day everyone! Please leave us a comment below.

Have you read The Dot?

Do you like to eat Dots?

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Welcome to The Crew!

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It is here at last. The first day of school! I have so many memories of new teachers, new schools, new friends, new supplies, new clothes and new learning! Nemo is a wonderful example of the joy and the  excitement of learning.

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We are going to have a great year together. We will be learning about so many interesting things: Great People In History, Geology, Ecosysytems, and Lego Robotics. We will do fun projects: The Flat Stanley Project, The Blogging Challenge, The Global Read Aloud and The Africa Bridge Reading Challenge.  We will continue to improve our skills in reading, writing, math, art, music, PE and keyboarding. We will learn about happiness skills.  Most importantly we will learn how we are all created to be awesome, and that greatness is in all of us. The opportunities for learning will be endless. The big questions are:

How will I find my greatness?

What will I do to make this world a better place?

Let’s start this journey together and make it an awesome year. Kid President gives us a clear vision for where we are heading.

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So, let’s get to it! Please answer the questions below by clicking on “Comments”. I look forward to hearing from you.

What are you excited to learn about this year?

What things are you really passionate about ? (things you love)

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