This week we took it low on homework. Thursday, we learned about population in different countries
in the church basement.
We had circles of yarn represent land area of different countries. Asia has the biggest population it has very crowded. I was an Asian. We fought over our resourses like animal crackers= food, candles=oil.
On Friday, we had a Christmas party, watched a movie, and got pizza!
Special thanks to our room moms: Mrs. W and Mrs. P for a great party!
Merry Christmas!As this quarter comes to a close, I pray that you a have a very blessed Christmas with family and loved ones. I have enjoyed working with your children and am very thankful for the support that you have given me. We have made great strides in our goals and have much to look forward to in the new year. I'm sure we are all looking forward to a break. If you are are celebrating the holidays in town, please make plans to worship with us at Zion to celebrate the birth of the newborn king.
Monday, Dec. 24 Christmas Eve Services - 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m
Tuesday, Dec. 25 Christmas Day - 9:00 a.m.
Field Trips -
Our next field trip will be Friday, Jan. 11 to Edison Theatre on Washington U. 's campus. We will see a production titled Jackie and Me relating to Jackie Robinson. We explore Robinson's impact on sports and the civil rights movement through two Literature articles we read next quarter.
Look in your child's bookbag for an information sheet about our Friday, Feb. 1 Hidden Valley Ski trip.