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Welcome to Decker Prairie!  I feel so blessed to be your child's teacher.  We are going to have an amazing year! 
 
A little bit about myself - I graduated from Texas A&M University with a bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies. (Gig 'em aggies!)  I have taught in first grade and kindergarten.  I've been married for ten years and have two daughters, ages 5 and 7.  
 
In addition to academics, we will focus on being good citizens in the classroom and beyond.  We will learn through lots of play, hands-on activities, songs, and movement.  I look forward to helping your child learn, grow, and succeed this year!
 
I believe that parent/teacher communication is essential for a successful year.  If you ever have any questions, please feel free to contact me. 
 
-Courtney Kaspar
 
Conference Time - 1:20-2:20
281-357-3134 X 3088
 

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Week of May 2-6

GE Expectation: Click Here


Reader´s Workshop:

I can reread my facts on my graphic organizer and add more facts. 

 

HFW:

I can identify, read, and write the sight word: saw

Video: CLICK HERE

 

Writer's Workshop:

I can use my graphic organizer to help me create a book about the animal I researched. 


 

Handwriting:

I can practice writing my letters using the correct pencil strokes.

Videos: Click Here


Math:

I can identify attributes of 2D and 3D shapes. 


 

Social Studies: 

I can observe changes of a simple life cycle. 

 

 

Ideas To Work On At Home:

  • Please be reading every night with your child. 

 

Important Reminders: 

Prairie Pulse: CLICK HERE

 

ALL library books are DUE back this week! 

Week of April 4-8

GE Expectation: 

Propriety

For Families: Click Here

 

Reader´s Workshop:

I can make my own visualization in a poem. 

I can find rhythm and rhyme within a poem.

 

 

HFW:

I can identify, read, and write the sight word: come & from

Come Video: Click Here

From Video: Click Here

Book will be located in their Ï Can Read" binder

 

 

Writer's Workshop:

I can write a personal narrative with a beginning, middle, and end.

What is a personal narrative video: Click Here

 

 

Handwriting:

I can practice writing my letters using the correct pencil strokes..

Videos: Click Here

Videos: Click Here

 

Math:

I can generate a number one more and one less from 0 to 20. 

Video: Click Here

 

 

Social Studies:

 I can identify examples of technology at home and school

Video: click here

 

 

Ideas To Work On At Home:

  • Review identifying and sounds (when you practice everyday, you’ll remember everyday!)
  • Review sounding out words (i.e. shut, cat, slip, crab)
  • Review sight words - our readers are now getting into books with MORE sight words, please be sure to practice all words regularly at home as we continue to practice at school too. 
  • Review reading numbers 0 to 20, writing numbers 0-20 and representing numbers 0-20. 
  • Practice identifying one more than and one less than numbers 0-20. 
  • Continue to practice counting to 100 by ones - the more your practice, the more you’ll retain! 
 

Important Reminders: 

4/14 - SAVE THE DATE - Paint the Prairie; Color Run!!!

Week of March 28-April 1

GE Expectation: 

Curiosity 


Reader´s Workshop:

I can make my own visualization in a poem. 

I can find rhythm and rhyme within a poem.

 

HFW:

I can identify, read, and write the sight word: do

Video: Click Here

Book will be located in their Ï Can Read" binder

 

Writer's Workshop:

I can write a personal narrative with a beginning, middle, and end.

What is a personal narrative video: Click Here

 

Handwriting:

I can practice writing my letters using the correct pencil strokes..

Videos: Click Here

Videos: Click Here


Math:

I can compare numbers 0-20. 

 

Science:

I can observe and classify animals.

Video: Click Here

 

Ideas To Work On At Home:

  • Review identifying and sounds for this weeks letters
  • Review how to write the letters this week by ALWAYS starting at the top
  • Review sight words and go on a word hunt around the house or at the store to help your child learn them
  • Practice making a book at home with the parts of a book. 
  • Review reading numbers 0 to 20, writing numbers 0-20, and representing numbers 0-20. 
 

Important Reminders: 

3/31 This THURSDAY is our Field Trip to the Oil Ranch! Please review the email sent for reminders for our fun learning day!

Week of March 21-25

GE Expectation:  Problem Solving

Resources: Click Here


Reader´s Workshop:

I can explain what a poem is.

Video: Click Here

I can share that nursery rhymes and poems are the same. 

I can share the difference between rhythm and rhyme.

Video: Click Here

 

HFW:

I can identify, read, and write the sight word: or

Video: Click Here

Book will be located in their Ï Can Read" binder

 

Writer's Workshop:

I can create a draft to help me write  a personal narrative. 


 

Handwriting:

I can practice writing my letters using the correct pencil strokes..

Videos: Click Here


Math:

I can review reading, writing, and representing numbers 0 to 20. 

Video: Click Here

 

Science:

I can observe and classify animal.s. 

Video: Click Here

 

Ideas To Work On At Home:

  • Review identifying and sounds for this weeks letters
  • Review how to write the letters this week by ALWAYS starting at the top
  • Review sight words and go on a word hunt around the house or at the store to help your child learn them
  • Practice making a book at home with the parts of a book. 
  • Practice graphing real objects at home and talking about:
  • Which has more?
  • Which has less?
  • How many more?
  • How many less?
  • Talk about Texas Symbols

 

Important Reminders: 

Turn in ALL Field Trip Forms!!

Prairie Pulse: Click Here

3/21 - NEW TISD student enrollment opens for 2022-23 school year (in prairie pulse)

3/25 - Yearbook pre-sale ends (in prairie pulse)

3/31 - Kindergarten Field Trip

4/4- ONLINE PreK Registration opens

4/14 - SAVE THE DATE - Paint the Prairie; Color Run!!! (in prairie pulse)

Picture Information (in prairie pulse)

Attendance is imperative! 

 

Lexia Log In:

How to log into Lexia:

  • Go to the DPES homepage at dpes.tomballisd.net
  • Click Academics
  • Click ClassLink
  • Login with username (student 6-digit lunch#/ID#) and password (tisd+8-digit birthdate)
  • Ex: 123456, tisd01012011
  • Click the Lexia Core5 icon
  • Click login with Google
  • Enter email (student 6-digit lunch#/ID#@elem.tomballschools.net) and password (tisd+8-digit birthdate)
  • Ex: 123456@elem.tomballschools.net, tisd01012011

Week of March 7-11

GE Expectation: Common Sense

Book about : Click Here


Reader´s Workshop:

I can make text-to-world connections. 

What is a Text to World connection Video: Click Here

 

HFW:

I can identify, read, and write the sight word: am

Video: Click Here

Book will be located in their Ï Can Read" binder

 

Writer's Workshop:

I can write a personal narrative with a beginning, middle, and end.

What is a personal narrative video: Click Here

 

Handwriting:

I can practice writing my letters using the correct pencil strokes..

Videos: Click Here

 

Math:

I can use data to create a graph and draw conclusions.

Sid the Science Kid Graphing: Click Here

Using data to create a graph Video: Click Here



Social Studies: 

I can ID Texas on a map and Texas Symbols.

Video: Click Here

I can learn about the Rodeo:

Video: Click Here

Video: Click Here

 

Ideas To Work On At Home:

  • Review identifying and sounds for this weeks letters
  • Review how to write the letters this week by ALWAYS starting at the top
  • Review sight words and go on a word hunt around the house or at the store to help your child learn them
  • Practice making a book at home with the parts of a book. 
  • Practice graphing real objects at home and talking about:
  • Which has more?
  • Which has less?
  • How many more?
  • How many less?
  • Talk about Texas Symbols
 
 

Important Reminders: 

Return Field Trip Forms Monday 3/7!

Prairie Pulse: Click Here

March 11th - Field Day

  • 9:00-10:30am Prek, Kinder, 1st grade
  • 1:30-3:00 2nd, 3rd, 4th

Week of February 28-March 4

GE Expectation: Integrity


Reader´s Workshop:

I can make text-to-self connections. 

 

HFW:

I can identify, read, and write the sight words UP.

Book: They Go Up!

 

Writer's Workshop:

I can write a personal narrative with a beginning, middle, and end.

 

Handwriting:

I can practice writing all letters and numbers with correct strokes.

 

Math:

I can use data to create a graph and draw conclusions.


 

Social Studies: 

I can ID Texas on a map and Texas Symbols.

 

Ideas To Work On At Home:

  • Review identifying and sounds for this weeks letters
  • Review how to write the letters this week by ALWAYS starting at the top
  • Review sight words and go on a word hunt around the house or at the store to help your child learn them
  • Practice making a book at home with the parts of a book. 
  • Using the same wording from the numbers video, please be finding ways to practice writing numbers at home in playdough, rice, shaving cream, water filled bags, hair gel filled bags, pencil, crayons, markers, torn strips of paper, and more. 

Important Reminders: 

  • Book Fair is this week!
  • Thursday, March 3rd: "Best in Show, Come See What We Know" 
    • Last names A-M: 5:45-6:30
    • Last names N-Z: 6:45-7:30
  • TOMBALL READS WEEK (DRESS UP DAYS)
    • Monday - Arr is for reading - dress like a pirate
    • Tuesday - Books brighten our lives - wear neon or sunglasses
    • Wednesday - Reading relaxes me - wear pajamas
    • Thursday - I like to round up books - Western wear
    • Friday - Reading helps me be what I want to be - dress like your dream job

Week of February 14-18

GE Expectation:

Justice: doing what is right and being upstanding. 

Video: Click Here


Reader´s Workshop:

I can share what a biography is!

I can find and share facts in my nonfiction text.

 

HFW:

I can identify, read, and write the sight words

New: with 

Review:  Click Here

Book: With book will be sent home Friday in their I Can Read Binders

 

Letters & Sounds: 

Video: Click Here

 

Writer's Workshop:

I can how to books to teach a new skill to someone. 

 

Math:

I can model the action of separating. 

Vocabulary: Click Here

Video: Click Here

 

Social Studies: 

I can identify basic parts of an animal. 

Video: Click Here

 

Ideas To Work On At Home:

  • Review identifying ALL uppercase and lowercase letters and sounds! 
  • Review how to write the letters this week by ALWAYS starting at the top
  • Review sight words and go on a word hunt around the house or at the store to help your child learn them
  • Practice making a book at home about HOW To make or do something. 
  • Practice reading, writing, and representing ALL numbers 0-20.
  • Practice addition and subtraction problems.

 

Important Reminders: 

  • PICTURE DAY IS FEB. 17!! (Thursday)
  • Student Holiday Feb 18 (NO SCHOOL)
  • Student Holiday Feb 21 (NO SCHOOL)
  • Feb 24 - Kindergarten Music Program - Go TEXAN! Evening Performance - Student in Gym starting at 6 and program starts at 6:30
  • Your Library Day is Tuesday

Week of January 31-February 4

Reader´s Workshop:

I can identify the main idea of the biography about the Wright Brothers

Wright Brothers Video: Click Here


I can understand what a procedural text is trying to teach me to do step by step. 

How to make a paper airplane video: Click Here

 

HFW:

I can identify, read, and write the sight words

New: they

Video: Click Here

No, on, said, we, me, for, here, that, are, was, can

Review:  All first and second nine weeks sight words (the first 24 sight words)

Book: Their “they” book will be located in their “I Can Read” white binder on Friday.

 

Letters & Sounds: 

I can identify all uppercase letters and all lowercase letters. 

Uppercase Letters Video: Click Here

Lowercase Letters Video: Click Here

 

I can produce all sounds for the letters of the alphabet. 

Letter Sounds Video: Click Here

 

Writer's Workshop:

I can write a procedural text by writing about all the steps in the correct order from beginning to end. 

Sequential Order Video: Click Here 

 

Math:

I can count to 100s by tens and ones. 

Count by ones Video: Click Here

Count by tens Video: Click Here

 

Social Studies: 

I can identify objects in the daytime and nighttime sky.

Video: Click Here

 

Ideas To Work On At Home:

  • Review identifying and sounds for this weeks letters
  • Review how to write the letters this week by ALWAYS starting at the top
  • Review sight words and go on a word hunt around the house or at the store to help your child learn them
  • Practice making a book at home with the parts of a book. 
  • Using the same wording from the numbers video, please be finding ways to practice writing numbers at home in playdough, rice, shaving cream, water filled bags, hair gel filled bags, pencil, crayons, markers, torn strips of paper, and more. 
 

Important Reminders: 

  • Watch Dog sign ups will be open to sign up starting 1/18 (can be found in Prairie Pulse)
  • Attendance Counts! Please help us teach the importance of being at school.

January 24-28

GE Expectation:

I can learn to forgive others. 

Life Principle: Forgiveness.

Lesson Video: Click Here


Reader´s Workshop:

I can identify the main idea of the biography about Louis Pasteur. 

Louis Pasteur Video: Click Here


I can identify the important facts/steps in a nonfiction procedural text. 

How to Make Chocolate Milk Video: Click Here 

 

HFW:

I can identify, read, and write the sight words

New: on vs. no

On Video: Click Here 

Review:  All first and second nine weeks sight words (the first 24 sight words)

Book: Their “HIS” book will be located in their “I Can Read” white binder on Friday.

 

Letters & Sounds: 

I can identify all uppercase letters and all lowercase letters. 

Uppercase Letters Video: Click Here

Lowercase Letters Video: Click Here

 

I can produce all sounds for the letters of the alphabet. 

Letter Sounds Video: Click Here

 

Writer's Workshop:

I can write a procedural text by writing about all the steps in the correct order from beginning to end. 

Sequential Order Video: Click Here  


Math:

I can compare teen numbers.

Questions to ask:

  1. Which number is more? How do you know?
  2. What number is less? How do you know?
  3. Can you show me WHY ___ is more than ___?
  4. Can you show me WHY ___ is less than ___?

 

Review Reading, Writing, and Representing Numbers 0 to 20. 

Video: Click Here

Video: Click Here

 

Social Studies: 

I can identify US symbols. 

US symbols Video: Click Here 

 

Ideas To Work On At Home:

  • Review identifying ALL uppercase and lowercase letters and sounds! 
  • Review how to write the letters this week by ALWAYS starting at the top
  • Review sight words and go on a word hunt around the house or at the store to help your child learn them
  • Practice making a book at home about HOW To make or do something. 
  • Practice reading, writing, and representing ALL numbers 0-20.
  • Practice comparing numbers 0 to 20. 
 

Important Reminders: 

  • Watch Dog sign ups will be open to sign up starting 1/18 (can be found in Prairie Pulse)
  • Attendance Counts! Please help us teach the importance of being at school to your child through daily talks.
  • Prairie Parent Partners: Sign Ups (can be found in Prairie Pulse) 
  • Your Library Day is Tuesday. Be sure to bring back books so you can switch them out for new books!

 

January 18-21

GE Expectation:

I can learn to forgive others. 

Forgiveness: Click Here


Reader´s Workshop:

I can share that nonfiction text can teach me something new!

I can retell a procedural text in order. 

 

HFW:

I can identify, read, and write the sight words

New: his

Video: Click Here

Video: Click Here:  

Review:  All first and second nine weeks sight words (the first 24 sight words)

Book: Their “HIS” book will be located in their “I Can Read” white binder on Friday. 

 

Letters & Sounds: 

At home, always continue to work on recognizing uppercase letters, lowercase letters, and letter sounds to allow for automaticity. 

 

Writer's Workshop:

I can sequence events in order to help me create a how to book about how to brush my teeth. 

Sequential Order: Click Here

 

Handwriting:

I can practice writing uppercase and lowercase letters in my daily writing throughout all subjects. 

 

Math:

I can read, write, and represent numbers 15-17. 

Video: Click Here

Video: Click Here

 

Social Studies: 

I can tell about American symbols, historical figures, and holidays.

President’s Day: Click Here

Biographies :

George Washington: Click Here

Abraham Lincoln: Click Here

 

Ideas To Work On At Home:

  • Review identifying ALL uppercase and lowercase letters and sounds! 
  • Review how to write the letters this week by ALWAYS starting at the top
  • Review sight words and go on a word hunt around the house or at the store to help your child learn them
  • Practice making a book at home about HOW To make or do something. 
  • Practice reading, writing, and representing ALL numbers 0-20.
  • Practice counting to 100
 

Important Reminders: 

  • NO SCHOOL MONDAY ( JAN. 17, 2022 )
  • Watch Dog sign ups will be open to sign up starting 1/18 (can be found in Prairie Pulse)
  • Attendance Counts! Please help us teach the importance of being at school to your child through daily talks.
  • Prairie Parent Partners: Sign Ups (can be found in Prairie Pulse) 
  • Kids Heart Challenge (can be found in Prairie Pulse) 
  • Your Library Day is Tuesday. Be sure to bring back books so you can switch them out for new books!

 

Week of January 10-14

GE Expectation: 

Humility - being humble and not bragging. 

Quote: “True humility is not thinking less of yourself; it is thinking of yourself less.”– Rick Warren


Reader´s Workshop: I can share and compare biographies and procedural text. 


HFW:

I can identify, read, and write the sight words

New:  was 

Video: Click Here

Video: Click Here

Review: all previous sight words 

Book: The mitten! (this will be located in your child’s “I Can Read” binder sent home on Friday.)

 

Writer's Workshop:

I can review what a good writer is, does, and how they make sure that their illustrations match their sentences. I can write sentences with finger spaces, punctuation, and a capital letter.

 

Handwriting:

I can practice writing uppercase letters such as:

C,O,Q,G,S,A,I,T

Song: The Alphabet Boogie

Video: Letter S story

Song: Where do we start the letters?

 

Math:

I can read, write and represent numbers 11-15.

Video: Writing Teen Numbers with Jack Hartman

Video: Representing Teen Numbers with Story Bots

Video: Counting to 100 with Jack Hartman

 

Science: 

I can identify the seasons of the year.

Video: Seasons of the Year

 

 

Week of December 13-17

GE Expectation:

  • Forgiveness: the act of excusing a mistake or offense
  • "To be wronged is nothing unless you continue to remember it."--Confucius
  • Listen to the story: Martha Doesn’t Say Sorry  Discuss how Martha learns that if she wants people to cooperate with her, she must apologize for her behavior!

 

Reader´s Workshop:

  •  I can share that an author can write stories to entertain their readers

 

HFW:

  • I can identify, read, and write the sight words
  • Review:  Review all Sight Words

Letters & Sounds: 

Writer's Workshop:

  • I can use adjectives to describe characters in our holiday  stories. 

Math:

    • I can identify a quarter, dime, nickel, and penny. 

 

Science:

  • I can observe and describe physical properties of natural sources of water.

Ideas To Work On At Home:

  • Review identifying and sounds for this weeks letters
  • Review how to write the letters this week by ALWAYS starting at the top
  • Review sight words and go on a word hunt around the house or at the store to help your child learn them
  • Practice making a book at home with the parts of a book. 
  • Using the same wording from the numbers video, please be finding ways to practice writing numbers at home in playdough, rice, shaving cream, water filled bags, hair gel filled bags, pencil, crayons, markers, torn strips of paper, and more. 

Important Reminders: 

  • Fill Out the Google Form!!
  • WDD 
  • Thursday - Winter Wonderland
  • Friday - EARLY RELEASE
  • Happy Holidays and here's to a Happy New Year!!

Week of December 6-10

GE Expectation:

I can explain what patience means to me. 

Patience: Click Here


Reader´s Workshop:

I can recognize that an author uses my emotions to persuade me.

 

HFW:

I can identify, read, and write the sight words

New HFW:   are

Video: Click Here

Book:  We Are

 

Letters & Sounds: 

Lowercase letter w, v, x

Video: Click Here

Writer's Workshop:

I CAN write a persuasive book to persuade someone to buy me a special gift for the holidays or my birthday.

 

Handwriting:

I can practice writing the letters: w, v, x

Lowercase letter w: Click Here

Lowercase letter v: Click Here

Lowercase letter x: Click Here

 

Math:

I can identify the front and the back of a coin, nickel, dime, quarter

Video: Click Here

 

Social Studies: 

I can tell the difference between needs and wants. 

Video: Click Here

 

Ideas To Work On At Home:

  • Review identifying and sounds for this weeks letters
  • Review how to write the letters this week by ALWAYS starting at the top
  • Review sight words and go on a word hunt around the house or at the store to help your child learn them
  • Practice making a book at home with the parts of a book. 
  • Using the same wording from the numbers video, please be finding ways to practice writing numbers at home in playdough, rice, shaving cream, water filled bags, hair gel filled bags, pencil, crayons, markers, torn strips of paper, and more. 
 

Important Reminders: 

  • Holiday Parties - Dec. 17
  • Ms. Alex's last week in our class

 

Week of November 29-December 3

GE Expectation: 

I can have fortitude when hard times arise. 

Book: The Bravest Fish

Video about Courage and Bravery: Click Here

 

Reader´s Workshop:

 I  can share and identify persuasive text as books, commercials, and ads.  

Video: Click Here

 

HFW:

I can identify, read, and write the sight word: an 

Video: Click Here

Video: Click Here

 

Letters & Sounds: 

 

I can identify the letter and sound for: y,j,u

 

Lowercase y: click here

Lowercase j: click here 

Lowercase u: click here


 

Writer's Workshop:

I can use adjectives to describe my own Gingerbread Man/Girl. 

What are adjectives? Click Here

 

 

Handwriting:

I can practice writing the lowercase letters y,j,u using the correct strokes.

Letter y: Click Here
 

Letter j: Click Here

Letter u: Click Here

 

Math:

I can identify penny, nickel, dime, and quarter.

Video: Click Here

 

Science:

I can sort rocks by different characteristics.

Book: If You Find a Rock

 

 

Ideas To Work On At Home:

  • Review identifying and sounds for all letters
  • Review how to write the letters this week by ALWAYS starting at the top
  • Review sight words and go on a word hunt around the house or at the store to help your child learn them
  • Practice making a book at home with the parts of a book. 
  • Using the same wording from the letter video, please be finding ways to practice writing letters at home in playdough, rice, shaving cream, water filled bags, hair gel filled bags, pencil, crayons, markers, torn strips of paper, and more. 
  • Joining and Separating using any items around your house (pasta, crayons, legos, playdough, toothbrushes, stuffed animals, rocks, bouncing balls, marbles, playing cards, and anything else you can think of.)
  • Discussing the difference between fairytales, folktales, and fables. 

Week of November 15-19

GE Expectation:

GE objective: I can use gratitude and be grateful in life. 

Gratitude - the quality or feeling of being grateful or thankful.

Quote - “Gratitude turns what we have into enough.” – Anonymous

Video: Kid President's list of reasons to be thankful

 

Reader´s Workshop:

I can share the theme of a fable. 

I can notice and share the characteristics of a fable. 

  -A short story that teaches a lesson

  -Have animals who talk and act like people

Fables we are working on: The Tortoise and the Hare

                                           The Lion and the Mouse,

 

HFW: I can read and spell the sight word: that.

I can identify, read, and write the sight word

Review:  

 

I

like

to

see

a

the

is

and

at

we

look

you

my

for

here

of

it

said

no

can

go

       

 

Book: At the Farm

 

Letters & Sounds: 

Lowercase r: click here

Lowercase b: click here 

Lowercase e: click here

 

Writer's Workshop:

The following skills are being taught in the classroom this week, however, each student is on a different skill depending on where they are in their own writing process. When working at home on writing, these can give you some ideas on what to focus on. 

I can create a cover page for my book.

I can create a blurb on the back cover of my book. 

I can edit my book. 

I can share my finished book. 

 

Handwriting:

I can practice writing the letters: 

Lowercase r: click here

Lowercase b: click here 

Lowercase e: click here

 

Math:

I can model the action of separating to represent subtraction. 

Chart: Click Here

 

Social Studies:

 I can name family customs and traditions.

Customs-ways of doing things within a group/society which become a habit and are adopted as tradition.

Examples of family customs: taking a first day of school pic, choosing a favorite food/place to eat your birthday meal.

Traditions-transmitting knowledge through generations without written instruction.

Family traditions: activities or actions that have been done in a family for generations. 

Examples of family traditions: making tamales, going to the lake every year on the 4th of July

 

Science:

I can explore magnets and magnetic/non-magnetic objects.

 

Ideas To Work On At Home:

  • Review identifying and sounds for all letters
  • Review how to write the letters this week by ALWAYS starting at the top
  • Review sight words and go on a word hunt around the house or at the store to help your child learn them
  • Practice making a book at home with the parts of a book. 
  • Using the same wording from the letter video, please be finding ways to practice writing letters at home in playdough, rice, shaving cream, water filled bags, hair gel filled bags, pencil, crayons, markers, torn strips of paper, and more. 
  • Joining and Separating using any items around your house (pasta, crayons, legos, playdough, toothbrushes, stuffed animals, rocks, bouncing balls, marbles, playing cards, and anything else you can think of.)
  • Discussing the difference between fairytales and folktales
 

Important Reminders: 

  • Food Drive
  • Nov. 8-19
  • Non-perishable food items
  • Thanksgiving Feast - Items due on Monday!
  • NO SCHOOL WEEK OF NOV. 22, 2021