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Room 106 - Student Activities 2014-2015

Our students have been busy this year!

100th day of school!

This was a big milestone for room 106! The class celebrated with lots of special "100" themed activities: working as a team to build a tower out of 100 cups, stringing necklaces of 100 Cheerios or Fruit Loops, making a special "100 days smarter!" crown to wear, making 100 fingerprints in paint, taking 100 steps from the classroom door and photographing where in the school they were, and making a personalized snack bag with 100 tiny items from a special snack buffet.

Peek of the week!

Here's looking ahead to the fun activities for each week! You can see the planned activities for readers' workshop, writers' workshop, math, and special events, too.  You can also find current wish lists for the classroom.

Winter conferences

It's almost time to meet for conference time again! Please sign up for a conference time slot by email Savanna or accessing the Google Doc emailed to parents.  Click the title to see the list of available times to meet with your child and Savanna.

Gingerbread fun!

The students had a great time decorating and chasing gingerbread boys and girls all over the school.

Imagining monsters

The students created a monster from paper scraps, then used their artwork to inspire a story for Writer's Workshop.

Imagining quiet places

The students were encouraged to imagine their own quiet places, then draw them with pencil and paint them with watercolors.

Self-portraits

The students tried their hands at drawing themselves

Family Portraits

Students drew pictures of their families to hang in the classroom.  See the slideshow...

Writer's workshop

We are writers! Each student is learning to tell a story, by first drawing a picture of the thought they want to convey, then writing words that describe that picture underneath it.  With help, the students "stretch out" a word by sounding it out slowly, then using their brave spelling to put those sounds down on the paper.