Monthly Archives: November 2010

Traditions

As we continue to look at the subject of “Families” this week, we will begin exploring the importance of family traditions.  Each family has a set of customs and traditions that make it unique and special. One way to help … Continue reading

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The alevin have hatched!

Here’s a peek at the second stage in the life cycle of salmon. The eyed eggs have hatched into alevin with bright orange “lunch sacs” still attached to their bodies. Inside each sac is a mixture of protein, carbohydrates, vitamins … Continue reading

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Families

As a continuing part of our study of “Communities” we will start to talk more about “Families”. Beginning this week we want to interview family members to gain a better understanding of the importance of the family unit as the … Continue reading

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Scholastic Online Book Orders

I am excited to be able to offer to you this easy way to order books online through Scholastic Books.  If you order through this site, our classroom receives points for free books as well.  I just wanted to remind … Continue reading

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Mark Your Calendars!

Just a reminder about the upcoming days that we are not in school: Thursday, November 11th – Veteran’s Day Friday, November 12th –  No School Monday, November 22nd-26th – Thanksgiving Break Due to the short week homework will be due … Continue reading

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