Summer Bucket List   The bucket is filled with:  chalk   a small notepad   a mechanical pencil   crayons   bubbles   dice   play-doh   1st grade sight word list   2nd grade sight word list   school summer reading program information   We worked together to create a summer bucket list to include inside the bucket.  We listed activities for each item that is in the bucket

Summer Bucket List The bucket is filled with: chalk a small notepad a mechanical pencil crayons bubbles dice play-doh 1st grade sight word list 2nd grade sight word list school summer reading program information We worked together to create a summer bucket list to include inside the bucket. We listed activities for each item that is in the bucket

book club ideas - This idea has potential. Great way for us as teachers to get parents involved - have them read the book too and share with their child in a common journal.  CC says 45 minutes of in school reading plus more reading at home. RL

book club ideas - This idea has potential. Great way for us as teachers to get parents involved - have them read the book too and share with their child in a common journal. CC says 45 minutes of in school reading plus more reading at home. RL

home school snip- want to have this up for open house and keep it up year round!  She asks families to send in a family picture that stays at school the whole year.

home school snip- want to have this up for open house and keep it up year round! She asks families to send in a family picture that stays at school the whole year.

PTA Cafe 'I'm in charge of running what we called PTA Cafe for my kids school. It's pretty much a set up of coffee, hot chocolate and some sweets. This is running every Tuesday at 8:20 am, when parent drop their kids off at school. Not everyone is on time to school, not every parent stays, and only a few stay to grab a coffee. This idea we came up with to introduce parents to each other and make them feel involved in school."

PTA Cafe 'I'm in charge of running what we called PTA Cafe for my kids school. It's pretty much a set up of coffee, hot chocolate and some sweets. This is running every Tuesday at 8:20 am, when parent drop their kids off at school. Not everyone is on time to school, not every parent stays, and only a few stay to grab a coffee. This idea we came up with to introduce parents to each other and make them feel involved in school."

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