Hard to believe that the school year is out for the summer.
Navy finished kindergarten and will be moving on to first grade in the fall. He had a great year and is making strides in reading.
Lily is done with fourth grade. This year had been a bit of a struggle because more of the work required Lily to stay organized to get her assignments and work turned in on time. Her teacher gave us some great advice so that won’t be an issue in fifth grade.
I can’t believe that we’ll be gearing up for First Grade and Fifth Grade in the fall. However, we still have summer!
So many fun and exciting things are going to be happening soon, and we’re going to enjoy it while we have a break from school!
I’ve been excited for, and dreading, the first day of school. I’m sending both kids off this year.
Navy is in kindergarten. It is hard to believe that he is in school. Not just preschool. Real school. All day, five days a week.
Class of 2029
It’s hard to believe that this time last year, Lily was in kindergarten. She was learning to write her letters and numbers.
For kindergarten, I saved almost every worksheet, coloring page, and craft project. Her backpack from last year is filled with papers that she brought home.
First grade, not so much. I take pictures to show family and friends how well she does on a project or test
What a difference a year makes!
“A Dazzling Display of Dogs” by Betsy Franco
Lily needed a poetry book. Finding a decent collection of poetry for a kindergarteners that isn’t really long is not easy.
My first choice was Shel Silverstein, but the length of the book would have been difficult to get through. We read one for her first bingo sheet. Rough.
The book was fun, but the arrangement of the text makes it a frustrating read. Some of the text is sideways, other times upside down.
Lily’s Book Report
I liked the book.
What did you like about the poems?
I liked the funny ones.
Which one was your favorite?
My favorite poem was the one with the mixy dogs.
What was your favorite dog?
My favorite dog is the one that slipped out of a gate and ate food it wasn’t supposed to. I don’t like that in real life, I bet. That should just happen in books.
Pizza Hut Book It!: 35/40
Building Bridges: 25/25