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2019 Goals

“A goal without a plan is just a wish.”
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“Wind Power” by Richard Spilsbury


Lily drew and labeled a wind turbine.

“Wind Power” by Richard Spilsbury


Lily has been interested in wind power for quite some time. The main reason for this being that there is a wind farm about 10 miles from our house.
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Lily’s Bingo Book Reports

All of the books Lily read to complete her second bingo sheet. This is mostly for her teacher’s reference.

Column 1
“Curious George Goes to a Movie” by Margrey & H.A. Rey
“Clifford’s Big Book of Things to Know: A Book of Fun Facts” by Norman Bridwell
“Lego City: Fire in the Forest” by Samantha Brooke
“Arthur’s Underwear” by Marc Brown
“In A People House” by Dr. Seuss

Column 2
“Just Me and My Little Brother” by Mercer Mayer
“Just a Secret” by Gina & Mercer Mayer
“I Have a Cold” by Grace Maccarone
“Space! A Kids Book About Space” by Brian G. Johnson
“Tangled: Outside My Window” by Melissa Lagonegro

Column 3
“Green Eggs and Ham” by Dr. Seuss
“Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?” by Bill Martin Jr.
“Cinderella: A Heart Full of Love”
“There’s An Alligator Under My Bed” by Mercer Mayer
“Silly Monsters ABC” by Gerald Hawksley

Column 4
“Ponyella” by Laura Numeroff & Nate Evans
“Butterflies!” by Darlene Freeman
“Junie B. Jones and Some Sneaky Peeky Spying” by Barbara Park
“Computer Trouble” by Jan & Mike Greenstein
“Curious George’s Dinosaur Discovery” by Margaret & H.A. Rey

Column 5
“Barbie: I Can Be…A Pet Vet” by Mary Man-Kong
“A Dazzling Display of Dogs” by Betsy Franco
“It’s Easter, Little Critter” by Mercer Mayer
“Marvelous March Facts for Kids” by Claire Wynne
“The Case of the Desperate Duck” by Cynthia Rylant

“A Dazzling Display of Dogs” by Betsy Franco


“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

“Butterflies!” by Darlene Freeman


“Butterflies!” by Darlene Freeman

Lily studied the lifecycle of a Monarch butterfly in preschool last year. Ever since, she has been fascinated by caterpillars and butterflies.


Monarch Caterpillar- August 16, 2012

Lily’s Book Report

I liked the book.

What are the four stages of butterfly metamorphosis?
They lay an egg.
A caterpillar sheds its skin.
The caterpillar becomes a chrysalis.
After the chrysalis, they break through, they’re a butterfly.

What are some defenses butterflies use?
Some things on their wings.
The Monarchs are poisonous to defend themselves.

What is your favorite butterfly?
My favorite butterfly is all of them. My very favorite butterfly is the Monarch.

Pizza Hut Book It!: 34/40
Building Bridges: 24/25