Another "Ms. Frizzle" moment. I read Dragons Love Tacos to my kindergartners and wore my taco dress.
We did an activity where the kids feed the dragon (on a lunch bag) a pair of tacos. I passed out upper case letters and the students selected the matching lower case letter to go with it. Some of them needed a little help, but I bet when we do this again with Dragons Love Tacos 2 later in the year, they'll have it down.
I made a pumpkin shirt for Kasen. Eli was briefly home en route from Japan to the East Coast, and since he was going to see Zach in Texas "on the way" he acted as my courier.
I ended up not going to the baby shower a few weeks back because I couldn't get into a sewing mood, so I'm glad I eventually got inspired.
In fact, after this, I cut out a few pairs of pajamas for Kasen (in the next size up, just in case it takes me a while). I haven't gotten around to starting to sew them yet.
Picking Eli up at the airport. I rarely see "the bunny terminal" since I usually use the other airlines, but he was coming in on Alaska.
A coworker was lamenting a broken cassette tape, and I suggested repairing it. She brought it to me to work on.
"Fiona! Quit licking the rotary cutter!" Seems a bit dangerous to me. I'm taking care to leave it blade down now.
Cutting out dinos. Fortunately, Hannah and one of her friends helped me.
Earlier in the year, I read If the Dinosaurs Came Back and had my students make these geometric shape dino cityscapes. I realized this was going to be beyond the ability of my kindergarteners, so I modified the project for them.
Miss Katie turned 12 this week!