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Tuesday, 17 December 2019
More Vegetables Please!
Now Playing: Ms Felicia Groves Visits Grace Christian
Topic: Poetry

More Vegetables, Please!!

The teacher, Ms Owens almost fainted,

When she saw the 4th grade students

In Ms. Seneque's class asking for...

More carrots and celery.

The student asked, "Can I have more, Ms Felicia?"

This could be heard all around the room.

The custodian, Ms. Rustie also wanted more to taste.

Everyone wanted to know what the mystery dip was.

Some were eating these foods for the first time.

They loved the cream cheese vegetable dip...

That was eaten with the carrots and celery.

Ms. Felicia Groves is teaching students

In fourth grade classes at Grace Christian,

How tasty and healthy

It is to eat a variety of foods for a healthy body.

The nutrition expert taught them the stages of digestion and

showed how long the intestines are inside our body and

How food gives us energy ...

Once it is digested.

Ms. Felicia taught safety rules for the proper of cooking meat.

"This is a thermometer and this is the temperature the meat

Should be before it is ready to eat."

She told Ms Coney's students that...

"This way you won't get sick from eating under cooked food."

The librarian, Ms. Owens wants to know

where her carrots, celery and cream cheese dip are.

The students ate it all.

A quick trip to the grocery store will fix this snack craze!

Posted by Ms. Owens at 8:23 PM CST
Updated: Tuesday, 17 December 2019 9:29 PM CST
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Thursday, 26 April 2018
Poem In Your Pocket Day
Topic: Poetry
Yesterday I went to the shelf and took down the poetry books from the 800's Dewey Decimal shelf and put them on the tables for students to find poems they liked.

Boys enjoyed Kwame Alexander's The Crossover. We learned about penguins with Irene Latham's
When the Sun Shines on Antartica. Students enjoyed learning through poetry on National Penguin Day.

It was Put a Poem in Your Pocket Day.

They asked for paper to write their own poems. At the public library they had a basket with poems cut out that students could pick out and put in their pocket.

They loved it!

Any day should be Put a Poem in Your Pocket Day!

Posted by Ms. Owens at 9:06 AM CDT
Updated: Sunday, 20 May 2018 3:49 PM CDT
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