Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Day 39 Peanut Farmer Day

Jimmy Carter was a peanut farmer, so my card today had a peanut in it.

Did you know we got a new student to the school?  His name is John and he ate his food faster than anyone ever.

Natalie got there late and Lola was absent. 

We went to music.  We didn't sing anything.  We watched The Magic School Bus.  It was a fiction story about a boy that made an instrument that was too tall and it wouldn't make noise.  He put something to make noise on it.  The Magic School Bus made the noise.  The Magic School Bus got sick and they put a thermometer in it and they pulled it with a rope and the kids pushed it.

We read Too Many Pumpkins about a lady that hated pumpkins.  She remembered when she was a girl all there was to eat was pumpkins.

We just played and ran around at recess.

We didn't do math because we did another paper; we did a test instead.

I went to station 2 and made five little pumpkins sitting on a gate.  Station 3 is the funnest station ever.  You paint a tree and then you glue squares on there for falling leaves.

Five little pumpkins sitting on a gate.  The first one said "It's getting late."  The second one said, "There are witches in the air."  The third one said, "Who gives a care?"  The fourth one said, "Let's run and run and run."  The fifth one said, "Let's have some fun."

Here's a joke:  Five little pumpkins sitting on a dinosaur.  The dinosaur said, "Let's have some dinosaur pie!"

That's it.

1 comment:

  1. I love the stories you told! And the joke, too. Mr. Jimmy Carter was the last Democrat Grandma & Pawpaw voted for. :)


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