Thursday, October 30, 2008

* Harvest Celebration

A Colorful Halloween

Halloween is in the fall,
When summer colors fade.
But there are colors everywhere,
In the Halloween parade.
It’s fun to dress on Halloween,
In costumes bold and bright.
An old brown owl, a big black cat,
Or a little ghost in white.
Pumpkins are so fat and round..
A bright orange color, too.
Scoop them out and carve a face.
So they can grin at you.
So have a colorful Halloween
And make October bright.
With all the colors of Halloween: Black, orange, brown and white. ***
We have been learning about COLOR... making books about color, mixing colors, painting, and reading about color! Colors are everywhere!
It has been said that "You don't really understand human nature unless you know why a child on a merry-go-round will wave at his parent(s) every time around - and why his parent(s) will always wave back. ~Original Author: William D.
Thank you to our good parents who help make our class celebrations so much... FUN!
A pirate's life is a wonderful life. ***from "Peter Pan"
Teacher: Read To Me
Read to me riddles and
read to me rhymes,
Read to me stories of magical times.
Read to me tales about castles and kings.
Read to me stories of fabulous things.
Read to me pirates and read to me knights,
Read to me dragons and dragon-book fights.
Read to me spaceships and cowboys and then, When you are finished -- please read them again.
A teacher's constant task is to take a roomful of live wires and see to it that they're grounded!
Author Unknown

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