A neighborhood is a community where you live. Some are big some are small. Some have houses some have buildings.
When you're in a rush you might hurry, run, scoot, or scurry. Miss Kylie's class is usually in a rush to specials because math is too much fun!
To be neighborly means to be friendly to your neighbors. It might mean saying good morning, carrying groceries, or baking cookies.
When you're looking for something and you finally spot it, it's usually a relief...especially when it's your snow boots or morning coffee!
First grade is the coolest because we're all learning different things at different times. We all move at different paces and we're all really great at different things. Today we reviewed picking "just right" books and we talked about how we're all working on "just right" math. It's OK to be working on different skills because we all need different things to learn and grow.
Just like our books and math might look different, our plaid shirts might look different. These kids are all first graders, they're all in Miss Kylie's class, they're all really cool, they all have light brown hair, and they're all wearing plaid. BUT, their plaid is different colors: pink, orange, and blue. And THAT'S OK! Fair means everyone gets what they need not everyone needs the same.
A new week means new vocabulary words. And new vocabulary words mean new poses and motions to go along with them to help us remember!
What a difference a day makes!