This week students from Mrs. Mayas and Mrs. Lee's class had the opportunity to read to Cheyenne the therapy dog.
Tuesday, March 14, 2017
The students of BSLK enjoyed going to the Jack Hartmann concert at the Albertville Fine Arts Center. Pictured below are students from Mrs. Lee and Mrs. Mayas' class. Jack Hartmann is a children's musician.
Friday, March 10, 2017
Mrs. Mosley's class had a lot of fun learning about insects this week!! They worked together to make up their own insect. It's called the Flinger Stinger!! With six legs and eight wings... it's the fastest insect around!! By the way, watch out for its stinger!! Ahhh!! The students also wrote about their favorite insect!!! They also had a blast dressing up and reading Dr. Seuss books.
In December, Mrs. Henderson and Mrs. Maddox’s kindergarten classes studied Christmas Traditions around the world. The classes were able to FaceTime with Tabea Hess from Switzerland. Tabea had been in Albertville as an exchange student during the 2015-2016 school year and was excited to share her Christmas Traditions and answer questions from the two classes. As the classes FaceTimed with Tabea, she was able to show the students where she lived, how her house looked, talk about her school, and she shared about her family’s Christmas traditions. She had also given Mrs. Henderson a Swiss Christmas cookie recipe and the children were able to sample the cookies that Tabea has as a part of her Christmas tradition. On February 9th, Tabea surprised Mrs. Henderson and Mrs. Maddox’s classes when she came to Big Spring Lake and shared a few hours with their students. She told the story of Little Red Riding Hood in Swiss German and spent time with both classes. Tabea also brought miniature Swiss chocolate bars from Switzerland for the children. Each bar had a picture of a place in Switzerland. The students were very excited to share a day with Tabea!
Monday, February 6, 2017
Friday, January 20, 2017
This week in Mrs Jackson and Mrs Rutledge's co teaching classroom, the students learned all about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. We read the story, My Brother Martin, written by his sister. We learned lots of new things about the historical civil rights leader. We discussed that the character of a person is what is most important, not the color of their skin. The students also participated in a directed drawing of MLK. This has been one of our favorite lessons this year.