Preschool students are thankful for pumpkins, so they can make pumpkin pie!
The Transition Kindergarten class is thankful for the new natural playground. It has given us a place to be outdoors that is comfortable, spacious, and encourages movement and imagination. In the fall students enjoyed the flowers and growing plants. Now snow has turned the hills into areas for sliding and the large grassy areas perfect places for snowman building. We thank everyone who helped make this project a reality!
KindergartenThey maade turkey hats and wrote on the feathers what they are thankful for. Our lists included the following...family, friends, water, corn, food, spiders, webs, mom, dad, grandmas, grandpas, world, bothers, sisters, cousins, church, school, toys, and teddy bears!
As a class we read "The Most Thankful Thing" by Lisa McCourt. We then talked about Thanksgiving and our “most thankful thing”. On chart paper we recorded the children’s “most thankful things”. This included things like toys, cookies, pets, and family. The children made owls to hang up in the hallway under the title Whooo’s Thankful.
Thankful for moms, dads, and pandas!
We are a thankful bunch! These turkeys are evidence of all the things in our lives we are thankful for. Happy Thanksgiving!!!
Second GradeWe are thankful for . . .
After hearing the story of the first Thanksgiving, with the Pilgrims and the Wapanoag tribe, second graders talked about the things for which they are truly thankful. Many said their families, but there were also some unique ones!
3C is thankful for lots of things! Happy Thanksgiving!Check out our student blog pages where we worked on adding detail to "show" what we are thankful for using words and not just "telling". https://kidblog.org/class/mrskerians3b/posts
The picture is what each person is thankful for and wrote about in their blog page.
4B spent time discussing friendship and how thankful we were to have each other as friends. The class spent time "filling" each others plates with little messages of why they like having them as friends. They enjoyed reading their plates and seeing what was written for them. We put these on our lockers as a daily reminder of our friendships. Our plates do not always have to be filled with food to fill us up!
Teachers are thankful for their students! 5B is always creative and willing to try something new! I'm thankful for each and every one of my little turkeys!!
We are THANKFUL!
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We are thankful for some snow at recess time
The Night Before Thanksgiving story courtesy of some of our second graders: