Every day in my lunch, Mama includes a note. The note has a picture in it of the president that matches what day of school I'm on. I just got home from day three, Thomas Jefferson Day.
You want to hear something super exciting? There's a girl in my class named Lola and she had a loose tooth and when we were in centers, her tooth fell out on the floor! She's a good seer, though, and she found it. She went to the nurse and they said they were going to give her a tiny treasure box to put it in but they forgot to order them so they had to give her a bag.
Here's my Q and A for the day:
Mama: How was your day today?
Mama: Did you have fun?
Claire: Yes. We sang a song, "The first thing on your paper is your name, the first thing on your paper is your name, clap clap. The first thing on your paer is your name, clap clap. The teacher needs to know who did the work and show, the first thing on your paper is your name."
Mama: Did you have music or PE today?
Claire: PE. We sang the "Wheels on the Bus" and played ball, and got water and that's it.
Mama: What did you learn today?
Claire: We learned about A, B, and C. Those are the letters. We sang the months of the year and the days of the week. We sang more songs. We should have sang the ABCs, but we didn't. She played starfall.com to show us what to do, but I already knew. Can I play Starfall? Did you write that?
Mama: I'm writing what your saying. Tell me a joke.
Claire: Chickens are chickens. Chickens tell silly jokes like lizards eat heads.