Dairy Is My Favorite Food Group…
And My Favorite Holiday Drink Is….
Ask you child and they will tell you what my favorite food group is and I know you are waiting with intense anticipation wanting to know what my favorite holiday drink is. I will not make you wait any longer. My favorite holiday drink is……. eggnog! Anything eggnog, eggnog ice cream, eggnog milk shakes, you name it I will consume it. I love everything about eggnog, the taste and even the texture. Some may say it is too thick or too heavy but that’s what I like about it. The extreme, over the top thickness of it. I can feel my arteries clog and my weight gain as I am drinking it or my tongue has just grown with the film of the eggnog that has clinged to my tongue. Both of my sons equate eggnog with snot. Boys… geeeeesh. The only one of my children that like eggnog is my daughter. She has the same obsession with eggnog as I do. She is such my daughter when she says stuff like “Dad I can drink a gallon of eggnog, throw up, and drink another gallon of eggnog.” Well, maybe I said that and my daughter isn’t here to defend herself but I am sure she would agree with that comment. I LOVE eggnog. Hehe
Students in pajamas doing Christmas type crafts
Your children can count to ten in 15 different languages (English, Latin, Sign Language, Spanish, French, German, Greek, Japanese, Arabic with the Lebanese dialect, Italian, Russian, Romanian, Swedish, Tagolog, and Hebrew).
A Montessori Classroom has students from 2 1/2 to 6 years of age. Here is our newest 5 year old and two of our newest 4 year old students.
Line Time Lesson:
Coming off of Winter Break the students are a bit off with their behavior. I believe it is harder to get the children back on track after Winter Break than it is creating a normalized classroom after Summer Break. Summer Break there usually is a routine where as Winter Break tends to have late nights, travel, visitors, and such.
So we went over basic ground rules such as keeping our hands to ourselves, no running in the classroom, and be respectful. Since these are great students we will get the order back in no time. Actually, the students came back ready to work so we discussed what we got for Christmas and discussed our family trees.
Peeking Into The Classroom:
Peek To Next Week:
Line Time Lesson: Diversity and MLK
Letter Of The Week: O o
Rhyming Word Of The Week: bob
Language: Korean will be added
Bring in family trees
Recess attire (Winter Coat, Boots, Gloves/Mittens, Hat, Snow Pants)
NO SCHOOL Monday- 1/15/2018