When Mason was Super Hero of the week, he could be spotted wearing his green cape around the halls of RRO, being safe, responsible, and respectful. Our super hero even took advantage of the opportunity to read to us. Thanks, Mason!
With all the rain and icy playground, we've had a lot of indoor recesses. We try to get the kids outside for at least one of their recesses, but we still have indoor recess for at least one. The students don't seem to mind it so much. We allow our students to go in between classrooms and play with someone from the other class. There are board games, Legos, marble tracks, blocks, coloring pages, and scrap paper for drawing. Some kids choose to read or just hang out and talk.
Super Cadence comes to the rescue often, especially after indoor recess when her and a few other students organize all the indoor recess toys. She is so responsible, respectful and safe. A true hero! Thanks, Cadence!
With her constant responsible, respectful, and safe behavior, Gentry definitely deserves to be called a super hero. Just look at that smile!
Santiago was our super hero of the week. He is a true example of what a hero is- safe, responsible, and respectful. Thank you Santiago!
Cooper was a magnificent super hero who proudly wore his cape as he walked the halls of RRO. He is often spotted being respectful, responsible, and safe. Thank you Cooper!
To do a quick review of what a verb is, we played a dice game. Students worked with a partner in this game to see who can think of the most verbs. Each student takes a turn rolling a dice trying to roll a six while their partner tries to think of and write down as many verbs as they can think of. As soon as a six is rolled, the student grabs the pencil and they switch. The other students now is trying to roll a six while the other student is thinking of verbs. The winner is whoever has the most verbs after time is called. This can be played at home and be played to practice many different things, like multiplication facts.
Mrs. Ellis's Class
Learning & laughing our way through third grade.