Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Spring Sing 2014

Today we had our Spring Sing! It is one of my favorite times of the whole school year! The Sing can be difficult for some kids, but others thrive in the spotlight! Many younger students get overwhelmed by all of the people and then they grow out of it in future years! 

We sang our hearts out! You can watch the videos here, or click on the name of the video "Spring Sing" and watch it larger on YouTube! 

Our AM Performance

Our PM Performance

Thursday, May 1, 2014

Deaf Can Do It Day

Today is Deaf Can Do Day!

The Deaf and hard of hearing students from the middle school came to visit us this morning. We built bird houses together and then they read to us. It was a blast!

You can read about our local Deaf Can Do day here:

Here are some pictures from our activities!

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Visit from Bartlett Library

Just a little late...

Here are the pictures from when the Director of the Bartlett Library came to read to our class!

We had a blast!

  Some videos of our fun:

Monday, March 3, 2014

Counting on the Smartboard

We practiced some counting on the Smartboard today! We counted, filled in numbers, talked about the number that comes "after", "before", and "between"!

Watch our video here:

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Happy Valentine's Day

Check out our fun on Valentine's Day!

Friday, January 17, 2014

Just Dance!

With the yucky winter weather, we aren't able to go outside and run around like we would like to! Instead, our favorite activity is DANCING! We pull up Wii Just Dance videos on YouTube and dance along! This is an activity you could do at home too on those days you are cooped up inside! It is a great activity for the whole family. Even if you don't have a Wii, you can watch the videos on any computer or tablet and just get dancing!

Here are some of our favorites:

Friday, December 20, 2013

Run! Run! As Fast As You Can!

We enjoyed our last day before winter break by baking!

We made gingerbread men in our classroom!

We followed a recipe to mix up the dough to make sugar cookies. Then we rolled and cut them out and then popped them in the oven!


When we went to the oven to take them out, they were gone! They had run away!

We had to run around the school and see if we could find them. Miss Bonnie told us she saw them running down the hall and when we got back to our classroom, there they were!

The T/TH kids had to leave to go home and got to bring their new gingerbread friends home. In the afternoon, everyone else decorated them! They were yummy!

Here is a cute YouTube video of the Gingerbread Man story/song to watch at home!  

Here are children at a school for the Deaf acting out the story!