So… I digress… the last few days are a blur with assemblies and procedures. This was a perfect way to fill in those in between times. Erica’s packet is one that your can totally customize. Perfect! AND Cute!
Not only did I have to say good-bye to my sweeties, I also had to say goodbye to Miss Theodora. A new district policy is in place that prohibits classroom pets that have dander.
Miss Theodora was deeply offended by this implication.
She went home today with my principal’s daughters. They were very excited because they have been in LOVE with her all year. Still …. I am really sad tonight.
My class cried and cried when I told them that she would not be back next year. We decided to make a book… naturally!
|She really loves carrots and she really loves celery. And she really loves lettuce and she really loves to watch us do stations.|
|Theodora likes hay. She runs up and nibbles on it.|
|She likes us when we give her a carrot. We love her too. She is sweet.|
I loved this one… You see… Theodora is talking to me, “Hay Mrs. Wills! Hay Hay Hay.” She can be a demanding little pig.
|She really likes kids and she likes carrots.|
|Theodora really likes carrots. She likes us doing stations. She likes hay.|
|She loves people.|
This boy knew we used the word “people” on another chart, so he went and found it… YES!
|She likes carrots, She loves kids. She loves hay. She loves Mrs. Wills.|
|Theodora likes to be out of her cage. Theodora eats hay. Theodora likes kids. Theodora really likes stations.|
For the record… our night custodian was really bummed today too. He loved to bring her treats at night.
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