Joshua's illustration of Do Not Steal. It is a bank robbery in process.
Part of Megan's Thanksgiving book...what she is thankful for at mealtime. Notice the two pieces of pumpkin pie on her plate!
The book below is written and illustrated by Megan. What a great way to see what is flowing through her mind.
Below are some of Joshua's stories from the writing center in his classroom, mixed with some other classwork.
I don't understand this new "castle math", but Joshua sure does! If things have changed this much in just the 2nd grade, I'm in big trouble when they hit the teen years.
More writing by Joshua....
And we can't forget about Daniel. Daniel's teacher is amazing and understands that children his age shouldn't be at a desk any more than necessary, and so most of his learning is through experience, and so he doesn't have a lot of worksheets to share.
Daniel's sweet first day of school!
For each letter of the alphabet, Daniel came home with a paper plate craft representing that letter. It was very clever. (That's a frog.)