Precious and the Boo Hag read by Ms. Thompson. Click on the title to go to the link.
If you can´t get outside because of the rain take a GoNoodle break! GoNoodle has both short and long videos. If you need to relax, check out the mindfulness section. Click here.
If you are a second grade student who works with me, please sign up for my google classroom using code x43ytol.
“The purpose of system-wide and center-wide literacy practices is to improve children’s literacy in Michigan. These systematic and effective practices implemented at the organizational level in education and care settings help children become proficient in reading.
To meet the needs of all young learners in Michigan, organizational practices must support literacy development in ways that systematically impact learning in elementary schools, early childhood learning centers, and other literacy programs and environments.
Expert research suggests that each of the 10 practices outlined in this document can have a positive impact on literacy development. The use of these practices in every Michigan classroom every day can make a measurable, positive difference in the state’s literacy achievement.” (https://literacyessentials.org/essentials/)
Miller’s first Ecology Club will begin with an informational meeting for students October 18th. 3:45-4:30 in Room 225.
Miller teachers will be decorating pumpkins to raffle off to Miller students. Raffle will begin on Monday, October 22nd.
How to be Famous by: Michal Shalev
I just came across this book where an egocentric pigeon tells stories about how famous and beloved it is, though the pictures suggest otherwise. This pigeon could give Mo Willems’s bird a run for his money. It would be fun to compare and contrast the two pigeons!
Students are working on recording themselves reading a book for K-2 students. They practiced their fluency and volume and have begun recording. Links should be posted soon!