Newsletter 12/11-12/15

STAR STUDENT OF THE WEEK

Lauren

Taught us facts about Disney World. We learned that there are real characters at Disney and they will take pictures with you! We also learned that there are tons of fun rides and roller coasters (some can be scary).  We also learned that they have parades to watch and you can dance with the characters! Disney sound like a ton of fun!

We had a lot of homework returned to be corrected this week, please make sure that the parent checks the homework BEFORE it is turned in. Thank you!

Homework is due Thursday of each week. Homework needs to be completed by the student but CHECKED by the parent. All homework should be done in pencil unless otherwise stated!  Homework that is not completed neatly or correctly will be returned to be redone. Thank you for your help with this 🙂

Homework: 3-7

Front: Count the shapes and write the number

Back:

Write numbers in order. FIX ANY BACKWARDS NUMBERS 🙂

 

Christmas Book Exchange

All book gifts need to be turned in by Wednesday, December 20th! 

Please make sure they are wrapped AND labeled (To. Girl, To. Boy, From:)

 

 

WINTER GEAR

Please make sure you are washing your child’s winter gear EVERY weekend. We have a ton of cold/flu germs being shared. There have also been many coats used as tissues on the playground 🙁 Yuck!

We have confirmed strep and flu going through our room. If your child is under the weather, coughing non-stop, runny nose, please keep them home! Remember there is a 24-hour policy on keeping children home that have thrown up or had a fever. They must be fever free WITHOUT help from medication for 24-hours! Thank you!

 

 

Library Books Due back on Mondays!

Please help your child take care of their book. If a book is damaged or lost, they will need to pay for a replacement BEFORE they are allowed to borrow another. All books are due back on Monday. We will go to the Library on Tuesday mornings! If you finish reading early, and you want to return the book early, please feel free!

Friday, December 22 from 2-3

Your welcome to take your child home with you after!

Holiday Spirit Week 2017

 

 

 

Newsletter for 12/4-12/8

STAR STUDENT OF THE WEEK

Evelyn

Taught us about Alaskan Malamutes!

We had a lot of homework returned to be corrected this week, please make sure that the parent checks the homework BEFORE it is turned in. Thank you!

Homework is due Thursday of each week. Homework needs to be completed by the student but CHECKED by the parent. All homework should be done in pencil unless otherwise stated!  Homework that is not completed neatly or correctly will be returned to be redone. Thank you for your help with this 🙂

Homework:

Front: Count the shapes and write the number

Back:

Draw pictures IN 5’S GROUPS

 

Christmas Book Exchange

All book gifts need to be turned in by Wednesday, December 20th! Please remember to keep this simple 🙂 We are learning about giving, using our manners and being thankful!

 

WINTER GEAR

Please make sure you are washing your child’s winter gear EVERY weekend. We have a ton of cold/flu germs being shared. There have also been many coats used as tissues on the playground 🙁 Yuck!

Please practice tying shoes!!!!

 

 

ALWARD CHRISTMAS CONCERT

 

DVD ORDERS DUE BACK TOMORROW!

Alward Elementary

Santa Shop

It’s that time of year again!  Alward’s Santa Shop will take place December 12 and 14 in the library of school.  Gifts range in price from $1 to $5. Please send your child to school with their shopping money in a ziploc bag, as well as the list on the back of this form filled out, on their designated shopping day (see list below). Cash or checks are accepted but should be made out to Alward PTC.  Gifts will be wrapped and sent home that day with the students.  We have gifts for kids through adults (there may be some pet items, but supplies will be limited). Shopping time for each student is approximately 5-7 minutes each so please limit the amount of people on their shopping list to allow for that time frame.

WE GO ON THURSDAY!

Library Books Due back on Mondays!

Please help your child take care of their book. If a book is damaged or lost, they will need to pay for a replacement BEFORE they are allowed to borrow another. All books are due back on Monday. We will go to the Library on Tuesday mornings! If you finish reading early, and you want to return the book early, please feel free!

 

Next Book Order Due: TOMORROW!

Remember, you may purchase ANY book on the Scholastic site. So if you didn’t see any that you loved in the magazine, browse the site.

Please let me know if you are ordering any books as a gift. I can send them home privately or I can let you know when they arrive and leave them in the office!

Newsletter for 11/27-12/1

STAR STUDENT OF THE WEEK

No Star Student this week!

Homework is due Thursday of each week. Homework needs to be completed by the student but CHECKED by the parent. All homework should be done in pencil unless otherwise stated!  Homework that is not completed neatly or correctly will be returned to be redone. Thank you for your help with this 🙂

Homework:

Front: Draw groups of items. MAKE SURE to draw them in 5’s-groups. Meaning a row of 5 items on top, and the remaining items under the group of 5.

Back:

Draw a group of ten. You may pick any item you choose.

Write number 10.

We are FULLY FUNDED!!!

We have received most of the items but are waiting for a few more packages. Then students will learn the expectations of using these new tools appropriately. Then we are ready to WIGGLE. Thank you for your help with this project!

 

 

Christmas Book Exchange

Kindergarten BOOK Gift Exchange

This year we will be doing a Kindergarten book gift exchange!!!!

Here’s how it works! Girls buy a book for a girl, Boys buy a book for a boy! Gifts must be UNDER $5.00. Please wrap these gifts and label TO: Boy From: (Child’s Name) or To: Girl From: (Child’s Name).

You are welcome to order the book from scholastic or go online and order from Scholastic. I will place the order early to ensure books arrive before the exchange. Scholastic is a great way to find books under $5.00. Remember: if ordering online, our class code is L3GX9. I have attached a coupon you are welcome to use from Scholastic. The Scholastic order will be placed December 8th, to ensure the order gets here in time.

All book gifts need to be turned in by Wednesday, December 20th! Please remember to keep this simple 🙂 We are learning about giving, using our manners and being thankful!

If you have any questions please let me know!

Thank you,

Mrs. LaLonde

 

 

 

WINTER GEAR

Please make sure you are washing your child’s winter gear EVERY weekend. We have a ton of cold/flu germs being shared. There have also been many coats used as tissues on the playground 🙁 Yuck!

 

WE WON!

Pizza will be provided for our class as a snack! Children with dairy allergies, please check your email.

 

ALWARD CHRISTMAS CONCERT

Tuesday, December 5th at Fellowship Church

Doors Open @ 5:45

K-2 Concert- 6:30

3-5 Concert- 7:30

DVD ORDERS DUE BACK NO LATER THAN 12/8!

 

Library Books Due back on Mondays!

Please help your child take care of their book. If a book is damaged or lost, they will need to pay for a replacement BEFORE they are allowed to borrow another. All books are due back on Monday. We will go to the Library on Tuesday mornings! If you finish reading early, and you want to return the book early, please feel free!

 

Next Book Order Due: December 8th

Remember, you may purchase ANY book on the Scholastic site. So if you didn’t see any that you loved in the magazine, browse the site.

Please let me know if you are ordering any books as a gift. I can send them home privately or I can let you know when they arrive and leave them in the office!

Newsletter 11/20-11/24

STAR STUDENT OF THE WEEK

No Star Student this week or next week!

Homework is due Thursday of each week. Homework needs to be completed by the student but CHECKED by the parent. All homework should be done in pencil unless otherwise stated!  Homework that is not completed neatly or correctly will be returned to be redone. Thank you for your help with this 🙂

Homework:  Spend time with your family!

Thank you, SNIP family!

 $170 TO GO!

Our Donors Choose project has hit a plateau! We are still hoping for $170 to fulfill our order. This will provide our class with 2 new wiggle stools, 2 new jellyfish seats, and a wiggle cushion! These are very important to my friends who struggle to focus or to remain seated.

I know Alward has a TON of donations going on right now, and holidays are right around the corner. However, this project with benefit your children directly.  ANY DONATION is helpful. You can share the link with family and friends on Facebook.

If the project is not funded by Christmas, it will refund the current donations  and be deactivated.

Please let me know if you have any questions. Please consider donating ANY AMOUNT. This will be the only fundraiser for our room.

Click the link to donate now!

Donors Choose Link

THANK YOU!

 

Christmas Book Exchange

For Christmas this year, our class will do a book exchange. Details to come Monday. Please wait to purchase until after you get our note.

 

Thanksgiving Break

No School

 11/22- 11/24th

December 1st @ 12:15

 

 

WINTER GEAR

*Update: Please start sending hats and gloves daily! Only send snow pants and snow boots if there is a lot of snow on the ground. It is time to start practicing putting on snow gear at home. Please remind children how to….

  • Put pants on first
  • Put on jackets
  • Put on boots
  • ZIP BEFORE MITTENS

When taking winter gear off, students are told to….

  • Put your mittens in your hat
  • Put your hat in your sleeves
  • Put your coat on the hook

Colder weather is approaching. Please make sure to send your child with weather appropriate clothing. Please LABEL EVERYTHING! It is also the time of year to start teaching your child how to zip their jacket BEFORE putting on their gloves. 🙂  I have also spoken with them about NOT sharing hats in an attempt to keep lice out of our room this year. As a parent, please be vigilant about checking their heads every bath time.

 

 

ALWARD CHRISTMAS CONCERT

Tuesday, December 5th at Fellowship Church

Doors Open @ 5:45

K-2 Concert- 6:30

3-5 Concert- 7:30

*More details to come

 

Library Books Due back on Mondays!

Please help your child take care of their book. If a book is damaged or lost, they will need to pay for a replacement BEFORE they are allowed to borrow another. All books are due back on Monday. We will go to the Library on Tuesday mornings! If you finish reading early, and you want to return the book early, please feel free!

 

Next Book Order Due:

I will be sending the December magazines home at the end of November to allow time for delivery in case we have books that will be gifts.

Newsletter November 13th-17th

STAR STUDENT OF THE WEEK

SILAS

Silas was our Star Student this week! It was also his last week this week. We will miss him very much. We hope he loves his new school!

What we learned this week:

Readers Workshop: We focused on using our Super Powers.

Students learned that…

* they will read “popcorn” words to read words quickly.

* the tricky words that are left, they will try to stretch out (Stretchy Snake)

* if the word still doesn’t make sense, they will look at the picture for a clue (Eagle Eye)

* then they need to look at the first sound of the word to make sure it makes sense (Lips the Fish)

Example: The picture could be a goose. But the word begins with d, so the word is duck!

 

Math: This week we reviewed writing numbers 0-9. We also discussed attributes and proving how to identify basic 2-D shapes.

This week in Writers Workshop, we continued writing like a scientist. Students are practicing penmanship and 5-star writing! We have been writing factual sentences and adding labels! Students are loving using their Writers Workshop Folders! On Friday, we got to PUBLISH (color and fancy) our writing!

 

As we discussed during conferences, the Popcorn Word page will be updated soon. For now, please review the words listed below.

This week’s new words:

can, like

Words already introduced:

will

go

of

see

am

I

a

this

is

the

it

 

HOMEWORK IS DUE ON TUESDAY DUE TO THE HOLIDAY!

Homework is due Thursday of each week. Homework needs to be completed by the student but CHECKED by the parent. All homework should be done in pencil unless otherwise stated!  Homework that is not completed neatly or correctly will be returned to be redone. Thank you for your help with this 🙂

Homework: Math Paper 

Due: Tuesday, 11/21

  • Using a PENCIL, complete the front and back of the worksheet.  Directions for the back of the paper are on the bottom of the front page.
  • Parents, please remind students while writing the number 9 to form it by…
    • Hook Around
    • Tall Down
  • Parents, please check and have students correct all work. ANY WORK THAT IS NOT CORRECT OR NEAT WILL BE SENT HOME TO BE REDONE.
  • Completed homework is documented.

 

 $228 To Go

Our Donors Choose project has hit a plateau! We are still hoping for $228 to fulfill our order. This will provide our class with 2 new wiggle stools, 2 new jellyfish seats, and a wiggle cushion! These are very important to my friends who struggle to focus or to remain seated.

I know Alward has a TON of donations going on right now, and holidays are right around the corner. However, this project with benefit your children directly.  ANY DONATION is helpful. You can share the link with family and friends on Facebook.

If the project is not funded by Christmas, it will refund the current donations of $210.00 and be deactivated.

Please let me know if you have any questions. Please consider donating ANY AMOUNT. This will be the only fundraiser for our room.

Click the link to donate now!

Donors Choose Link

THANK YOU!

 

Christmas Book Exchange

For Christmas this year, our class will do a book exchange. Details to come after Thanksgiving! Please wait to purchase until after you get our note. 

 

Thanksgiving Break

No School

 11/22- 11/24th

 

Ms. Burmeister’s class BARLEY beat us! Our next chance to win the class pizza party is November 21st! Remember to order from the Jet’s on Baldwin and mention that you are part of Mrs. LaLonde’s Class!

 

December 1st @ 12:15

 

 

WINTER GEAR

*Update: Please start sending hats and gloves daily! Only send snow pants and snow boots if there is a lot of snow on the ground. It is time to start practicing putting on snow gear at home. Please remind children how to….

  • Put pants on first
  • Put on jackets
  • Put on boots
  • ZIP BEFORE MITTENS

When taking winter gear off, students are told to….

  • Put your mittens in your hat
  • Put your hat in your sleeves
  • Put your coat on the hook

Colder weather is approaching. Please make sure to send your child with weather appropriate clothing. Please LABEL EVERYTHING! It is also the time of year to start teaching your child how to zip their jacket BEFORE putting on their gloves. 🙂  I have also spoken with them about NOT sharing hats in an attempt to keep lice out of our room this year. As a parent, please be vigilant about checking their heads every bath time.

 

 

ALWARD CHRISTMAS CONCERT

Tuesday, December 5th at Fellowship Church

Doors Open @ 5:45

K-2 Concert- 6:30

3-5 Concert- 7:30

*More details to come

 

Library Books Due back on Mondays!

Please help your child take care of their book. If a book is damaged or lost, they will need to pay for a replacement BEFORE they are allowed to borrow another. All books are due back on Monday. We will go to the Library on Tuesday mornings! If you finish reading early, and you want to return the book early, please feel free!

 

Next Book Order Due:

I will be sending the December magazines home at the end of November to allow time for delivery in case we have books that will be gifts.

Newsletter 11-6/11-10

STAR STUDENT OF THE WEEK

ELLERY

What we learned this week:

Readers Workshop: We focused on Setting.

Students learned that…

* the setting is where the story happens

* settings can change

* not all books have settings

* settings can tell us parts of the story that the words forgot

 

Math: This week we focused on equal groups and not equal groups. We also played a game called fast finger flash. Students listen to a number and flash that many fingers. So 14 would be 10 (pause) and 4 is 14! Then we played lightening speed rounds using numbers 0-20! 

This week in Writers Workshop, we launched writing like a scientist. Students are practicing penmanship and 5-star writing! We have been writing factual sentences and adding labels! Students are loving using their Writers Workshop Folders!

 

As we discussed during conferences, the Popcorn Word page will be updated soon. For now, please review the words listed below.

This week’s new words:

it

Words already introduced:

will

go

of

see

am

I

a

this

is

the

 

Homework is due Thursday of each week. Homework needs to be completed by the student but CHECKED by the parent. All homework should be done in pencil unless otherwise stated!  Homework that is not completed neatly or correctly will be returned to be redone. Thank you for your help with this 🙂

Homework: Math Paper page 27/28

Due: Thursday 11/16

  • Using a PENCIL, complete the front and back of the worksheet.  Directions for the back of the paper are on the bottom of the front page.
  • Parents, please remind students while writing the number 8 to form it by…
    • Hook, Snake Around
    • Roll up
  • Parents, please check and have students correct all work. ANY WORK THAT IS NOT CORRECT OR NEAT WILL BE SENT HOME TO BE REDONE.
  • Completed homework is documented.

 

Look at these adorable tur….uhhhh… pictures?

 

THANK YOU, BALDWIN FAMILY for your amazing donation! $228 To Go

Our Donors Choose project has hit a plateau! We are still hoping for $228 to fulfill our order. This will provide our class with 2 new wiggle stools, 2 new jellyfish seats, and a wiggle cushion! These are very important to my friends who struggle to focus or to remain seated. 

I know Alward has a TON of donations going on right now, and holidays are right around the corner. However, this project with benefit your children directly.  ANY DONATION is helpful. You can share the link with family and friends on Facebook.

If the project is not funded by Christmas, it will refund the current donations of $210.00 and be deactivated.

Please let me know if you have any questions. Please consider donating ANY AMOUNT. This will be the only fundraiser for our room.

Click the link to donate now!

Donors Choose Link

THANK YOU!

 

Thanksgiving Break

No School

 11/22- 11/24th

 

Thank you to all of my parents. We had 100% attendance! I loved sharing how much your little ones have grown and am very excited to see what they can do by the time we meet again. If you have any questions, please let me know!

Ms. Burmeister’s class BARLEY beat us! Our next chance to win the class pizza party is November 21st! Remember to order from the Jet’s on Baldwin and mention that you are part of Mrs. LaLonde’s Class!

 

December 1st @ 12:15

 

 

WINTER GEAR

*Update: Please start sending hats and gloves daily! Only send snow pants and snow boots if there is a lot of snow on the ground. It is time to start practicing putting on snow gear at home. Please remind children how to….

  • Put pants on first
  • Put on jackets
  • Put on boots
  • ZIP BEFORE MITTENS

When taking winter gear off, students are told to….

  • Put your mittens in your hat
  • Put your hat in your sleeves
  • Put your coat on the hook

Colder weather is approaching. Please make sure to send your child with weather appropriate clothing. Please LABEL EVERYTHING! It is also the time of year to start teaching your child how to zip their jacket BEFORE putting on their gloves. 🙂  I have also spoken with them about NOT sharing hats in an attempt to keep lice out of our room this year. As a parent, please be vigilant about checking their heads every bath time.

 

 

ALWARD CHRISTMAS CONCERT

Tuesday, December 5th at Fellowship Church

Doors Open @ 5:45

K-2 Concert- 6:30

3-5 Concert- 7:30

*More details to come

 

Please remember to ALWAYS e-mail me AND contact the office if your child is absent, being picked up/dropped off early or if there is a transportation change. Sometimes, the office gets busy and with our recess being at the end of the day, I do not always have time to check and see if there have been changed called into the office. It is always best to call NO LATER THAN 2:00! Thank you for your help!

 

Library Books Due back on Mondays!

We will go back to the library next week!

Please help your child take care of their book. If a book is damaged or lost, they will need to pay for a replacement BEFORE they are allowed to borrow another. All books are due back on Monday. We will go to the Library on Tuesday mornings! If you finish reading early, and you want to return the book early, please feel free!

 

Next Book Order Due:

I will be sending the December magazines home at the end of November to allow time for delivery in case we have books that will be gifts. 

 

Our Donors Choose project has hit a plateau! We are still hoping for $328 to fulfill our order. This will provide our class with 2 new wiggle stools, 2 new jellyfish seats, and a wiggle cushion! These are very important to my friends who struggle to focus or to remain seated. 

I know Alward has a TON of donations going on right now, and holidays are right around the corner. However, this project with benefit your children directly.  ANY DONATION is helpful. You can share the link with family and friends on Facebook.

If the project is not funded by Christmas, it will refund the current donations of $210.00 and be deactivated.

Please let me know if you have any questions. Please consider donating ANY AMOUNT. This will be the only fundraiser for our room.

Click the link to donate now!

Donors Choose Link 

THANK YOU!

HEADS UP!!!

Tomorrow 11/8, I will be out in the afternoon. If you have any transportation changes after 11 am, please contact the office. Mrs. Van Ek will be the sub in my room. She is very familiar with Alward and works with your children often.  I will be back in time for conferences. Please let me know if you have any questions. Have a wonderful night!

Newsletter 10/30-11/3

STAR STUDENT OF THE WEEK

James

James taught us how to stay healthy. He told us that you need to get plenty of sleep. Stay home if you are sick. Eat healthy foods and take care of yourself. Great advice as the sick season approaches! 

What we learned this week:

Readers Workshop: We focused Characters.

Students learned that…

* Characters are who the story is about.

* Characters talk by using speech bubbles and quotation marks

*Characters can be people, animals, or things

 

Math: This week focused on number stories. Prooving or answers by explaining strategies. Number writing 0-8.

Popcorn words are familiar words that “POP” up in books your child is reading. Each week, we will introduce them to new “popcorn” words, please make sure to practice them at home! Post them in your house, make flash cards, have them grab a clipboard and write them after finding them! The ways to practice are endless!

These words are also in those printable books that are coming home with your child. KEEP THEM in a special place and have your child read them often!

This week’s new words:

will, go, of

Words already introduced:

see

am

I

a

this

is

the

 

Our Tom Turkeys turned out AMAZING! Pictures to come! 

Please be prepared that weekly homework will begin the week after conferences. Homework is to be completed and returned by Thursday of each week. Homework needs to be completed by the student but CHECKED by the parent. All homework should be done in pencil unless otherwise stated!  Homework that is not completed neatly or correctly will be returned to be redone. Thank you for your help with this 🙂

 

 

Please help support our class! Many children will benefit from alternative seating! Any donation will help!

$328 Left

How do people donate?: You can go to donorschoose.org and click projects on the top. Then Click Michigan, Hudsonville, Alward, Mrs. LaLonde.  OR even easier go directly to this project at http://www.donorschoose.org/heatherlalonde

 

Thanksgiving Break

No School

Wednesday, 11/22- 11/24th

 

Conferences are Monday 11/6, 11/8, 11/9

* If possible, please make arrangements for your children. If this is not possible, children will be asked to stay in the hallway with books. Students DO NOT need to come to conferences in Kindergarten.

  • Parent-Teacher conferences: Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held during the evening hours on Monday, November 6, Wednesday, November 8, and Thursday, November 9.  Forms were sent home with students on assigned days and times for conferences.  If you are unsure of the date and time of your conference/s, please contact your child/ren’s classroom teachers.  Our goal is to meet with 100% of our families!  Thank you for partnering with us to help our Alward students succeed!  While at AES for conferences, please check out the lost and found.  We have many sweatshirts, hats, and other clothing items that need to be reclaimed.

  • Wild West Book Fair: The Wild West Book Fair has come to town!  Next week, students will be allowed to visit the book fair to purchase books.  The book fair will also be open on the evenings of Parent-Teacher Conferences (Monday the 6th, Wednesday the 7th and Thursday the 8th.)  Thank you to Mrs. Stoub and Mrs. Fellows for all of their hard work and creativity to make the book fair such a fun experience for our students!
    • Tuesday the 8th-Students can wear Wild West gear to school as a fun spirit day!  

Ms. Burmeister’s class BARLEY beat us! Our next chance to win the class pizza party is November 21st! Remember to order from the Jet’s on Baldwin and mention that you are part of Mrs. LaLonde’s Class!

 

December 1st @ 12:15

After Halloween, students are NOT allowed to bring candy to school for lunch or a snack! Please stick to healthy food choices. Candy will be sent home or discarded. Thank you for your help!

 

 

 

WINTER GEAR

Colder weather is approaching. Please make sure to send your child with weather appropriate clothing. Please LABEL EVERYTHING! It is also the time of year to start teaching your child how to zip their jacket BEFORE putting on their gloves. 🙂  I have also spoken with them about NOT sharing hats in an attempt to keep lice out of our room this year. As a parent, please be vigilant with checking their heads every bath time.

Please remember to ALWAYS e-mail me AND contact the office if your child is absent, being picked up/dropped off early or if there is a transportation change. Sometimes, the office gets busy and with our recess being at the end of the day, I do not always have time to check and see if there have been changed called into the office. It is always best to call NO LATER THAN 2:00! Thank you for your help!

 

Library Books Due back on Mondays!

HOWEVER, Library is closed during book fair week. You can return your books next Monday!

Please help your child take care of their book. If a book is damaged or lost, they will need to pay for a replacement BEFORE they are allowed to borrow another. All books are due back by Monday. We will go to the Library on Tuesday mornings! If you finish reading early, and you want to return the book early, please feel free!

 

Next Book Order Due:  No November Order Due To The Book Fair

REMINDER…….TOM TURKEYS DUE FRIDAY!

* Tom Turkeys Due 11/3

Tom Turkey Project

Due: Friday, November 3rd, 2017

It’s time to have fun creating a very unusual bird. As a family, disguise Tom Turkey so that he won’t be eaten for Thanksgiving! You may choose to dress your turkey as a doctor, an astronaut, a farmer, a cheerleader, a ballerina, a clown, etc… Be creative and use any materials you have at home. Everyone gets to help!

Cut out the turkey and mount him on cardboard or heavy paper. I enclosed a piece of white construction paper for you to glue him on for support. Make it very original and have fun! Please feel free to decorate the background to match your turkey. Turkeys do not have to animals! I have had dentists, police officers, trees, rockets, pilots, etc! PLEASE NO NOT JUST COLOR and send it back. This is a chance to be creative and add items to make it look amazing!

Please, help us save these turkeys! The turkey homework is due on Friday, November 3rd but you may send it in earlier.  When your Tom Turkey is incognito, he can “hide out” in our classroom!

Remember the goal is to hide Tom so he does not look like a turkey!

A few turkey ideas…..

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