Monthly Archives: December 2017

Social Studies Update

We wrapped up learning about the early English colonies of Roanoke and Jamestown.  The children were really fascinated and engaged by these early colonies.  We learned that Roanoke did not succeed.  The colonists were not well prepared to make it in the wilderness, had conflicts with Native Americans, and had to have their leader return […]

IRT Field Trip – December 20th!

It’s hard to believe that it is time for our field trip to IRT.  As you know, we will be seeing A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens on Wednesday, December 20th.  Since we will not arrive back to school in time for our regularly scheduled lunch, we will eat lunch in our classrooms.   Your child […]

Mid-Year Reminders

Thank you for your support in these matters: It’s that time of year when school supplies need replenished!  These are great stocking stuffers! Students should be bathing regularly, wearing deodorant, brushing their teeth daily, and wearing clean clothes.  Also, students MUST have a coat for outdoor midday.  Students without coats will not go outside. Around […]

Social Studies and Science Update

What’s been going on in Room C109?  We wrapped up our unit on Early European Explorers and have moved on to Early Colonies in the New World.  The big concepts I hope your child came away with from European Explorers is that while Christopher Columbus was not the first European to discover America, the impact […]