Makers Gonna Make

Kindergartners are doers, singers, engineers, scientists, artists, and makers. These little makers used a variety of building and craft materials to create. They could use materials of their choice and make whatever the chose. We had beautiful paintings, buildings, rocket ships, whales, treasure boxes, jelly fish, towers and much more. It was so fun to watch the makers at work!

Fall Party Fun

We had a wonderful fall party! Thank you so much to our room parents Melissa, Julia, and Lesley for organizing the party and to all the parents who were able to attend or send supplies!

We played pumpkin bowling and ate lots of yummy treats! The room was decorated beautifully and the kids got lots of goodies to take home!

Here are a few pictures of the fun!

Pumpkin Decorating

We had a fun, creative, and messy morning decorating our pumpkins! Thank you to everyone who sent in craft supplies and volunteered in the classroom- you made the day awesome!

Mrs. Edgar’s class joined us to decorate their pumpkins too. It was fun to have special guests visit us too!

Mr. Glitter

Our class was the top selling class for our grade level in the PTA fundraiser! Thank you so much for your effort and support of our school. We get to participate in a pig race (I can’t believe I just typed that lol)  against the top sellers of the other grade levels. The class with the winning pig will receive $100 to spend on something for their classroom! Fingers and curly tails crossed!

Today we decorated our pig and named him Mr. Glitter!

Celebrate Others

Here at BEU we strive to model positivity for the children by celebrating their accomplishments, large and small! Recently our class earned the golden broom for having the cleanest k-2 classroom.

We celebrated V. as our September Lunch with the Principal student.

We celebrated B. as our September Citizen of the Month. The students chose B. through a secret vote!

We are so proud of our award winners and our class! The kids are working hard to do their best each day! And that is worth celebrating!

Happy International Dot Day!

We learned from Mrs. Fitch that sometimes there are holidays about books! Today is International Dot day so we read the Dot!

We got super creative and made our own individual dots using a variety of materials from Mrs. Fitch’s craft cart. I always enjoy seeing each child’s take on open ended projects! I 

Mrs. Fitch even hung our dots on the library doors!