- What is something in nature you are thankful for? Birds, rivers, the sunshine
- Who is someone you are thankful for? My mom, my dad, Poppy, my friends
- What is an object you are thankful for? Books, my bicycle, my toys
- What is a place you are thankful for? My house, Disney World, the park, school
- What is a food you are thankful for? Chicken, spaghetti, candy
I can't believe the first month of school is already over! It's clear to see that our little friends have settled right in and are comfortable with the routines and expectations of Kindergarten. We've been learning lots of new new vocabulary, French songs, and have started our Letter of the Week Program. We have also been having many fire drills to practice lining up and exiting the building quickly and safely so we know what to do in case of an emergency. Here is a photo of us lined up today while we waited for the firemen to do a full inspection:
We've also started talking about Thanksgiving (or L'action de grâces in French). Yesterday, during our library visit, Ms. Borden read a lovely story about being thankful and then played a game with the class. Each student had a turn rolling the "thankful" dice, and answered a question based on which side the di landed on. Here are some of the things our class is thankful for:
Hi Everyone! I'm a Kindergarten EFI teacher at Holy Trinity Elementary in Newfoundland and Labrador.