Our friendly math scarecrow, Inna Fields visited our class today! Partnerships worked together to help her solve some tricky math problems about the number of scarecrows living on her field!
This month we celebrate and practice ACCEPTANCE!
- Acceptance is the willingness to embrace feelings, habits, or beliefs that are different from your own.
- Acceptance is the ability to experience or survive something unpleasant.
- Acceptance is the willingness to tolerate a difficult or unpleasant situation.
- We all have the human need and right to be accepted.
Here is a recording introducing and pronouncing Duncan Tonatiuh.
Sylvia Mendez (left), 73, talks to her sister Sandra Mendez Duran (right), 59, about Mendez v. Westminster, their family’s 1945 lawsuit that won Mexican-American children the right to attend white schools. Listen to them speak here, Story Corps – Mendez.
What surprised you about this story?
What’s your favorite animal? Are you worried about an endangered species? Is there an animal you want to learn more about? Now is the time to use some research skills and creativity for Mrs. McBride’s monthly challenge,The Sock Challenge.
Find an old sock that lost its match in the laundry and get to work! All entries are due October 19th.