March Book madness or MBM is for fun. MBM is about reading books, rereading books, talking about books and trying to decide how one great book can possibly be better than another great book.
Everyone at Cottage Lane is welcome to participate. Visit Mrs. McBride’s website for more details and links – Mrs. McBride’s March Book Madness Bracket 2017.
This month we are “wild” about turtles and compassion! Compassion is our word of the month, and we need to show compassion throughout the day. Listen to John Muth’s The Three Questions.
Leo the turtle shares with Nikolai – “Remember then that there is only one important time, and the time is now. The most important one is always the one you are with. And the most important thing is to do good for the one who is standing at your side.”
- When is the best time to do things? TODAY!
- Who is the most important one? THE PERSON NEXT TO YOU!
- What is the right thing to do?” COMPASSION
It is time to get those creative juices going again! Mrs. McBride is offering another opportunity to put your skills to work. Find out more details for this month’s challenge here – Willy Wonka Challenge
Last week you solved problems through playful exploration and trial and error. With TEAMWORK you were able to breakout. Today a door is firmly locked. You will need your problem solving skills to escape once, twice…forty times! Can you escape the mysterious room? And do it again and again and again? Play 40x Escape.
TEAMWORK: According to Dictionary.com, teamwork is the cooperative and coordinated effort on the part of a group of persons acting together as a team or in the interests of a common cause.
Your class will be arranged into 8 groups. Each group will be assigned a problem to solve in order to unlock one of the locks. Go to this site – TEAMWORK. Click on the letter in the word “teamwork” that your group is assigned, and the link will take you to the directions of your task.
If your group finishes early, you may help other groups.
What can you do this year to be a great team player? Post your comments.