Happy Halloween, Mystery Reader
Before a Mystery Reader joins us we give the children "clues" and they get to ask us questions about the reader to solve "the mystery". This morning Cape's mom, LouLou, joined us and read spook-tacular books. She read "Little Blue Truck Halloween" by Alice Schertle and "Happy Halloween, Curious George" by H. A. Rey. Cape was very excited to hear some of his favorite stories in the classroom. LouLou, thank you for a fa-boo-lous story time! Everyone loved sharing about their pumpkins at home as well.
What size, color or shape are they? Did you carve or decorate them?
Let us take you on a tour
Today's tour of the school building will take you from the Brown Room, past classrooms and bathrooms, down the stairs, into the kitchen, through Blake Hall, to the church, up the stairs to Molly's office and into the bell tower. WOW! So let's begin...
From the hallway we went down the "Scary Stairs" ...
In the Atrium the children found a familiar symbol:
When we entered the church for the first time it was dark.
Every day the Brown Room children show us how curious, brave, enthusiastic, caring, adventurous, considerate, and confident they are.
It is a true joy for us to be their teachers!