jueves, 23 de noviembre de 2017

Happy Thanksgiving, my dear students!

I want to take a moment to say THANK YOU!




Having you in class is a true joy and a gift for me each day that I come into work. 
I feel honored to have you all as my students. 

Being a teacher is such a gift in itself, as you, my students, truly give me a greater purpose in life. The greatest gift any student could ever give a teacher, is to love to learn and to strive to achieve. This is, after all, my hopes for each and every one of you. 

Thank you for making me laugh and sharing my sense of humor. Having fun in class is essential for success. 

Thank you for teaching me new things every day because you as kids see things that we can't see as adults. 

Thank you for your love <3


Happy Thanksgiving!! 


Take a moment to say thank you to your family, friends and teachers. 

Lots of love xxx

Nieves.



Science Notes: Matter - Changes in matter



Thanksgiving

       


The first Thanksgiving was in 1621 in America. Escaping religious persecution, the pilgrims left England on a small ship called the Mayflower and arrived in America. The first winter was very hard and cold. The Native Americans who had been living on the land for thousands of years showed them how to plant corn and other crops. 

With the success of their great harvest in Autumn, the pilgrims in Plymoth Rock and the Wampanoag Indians had a huge feast to celebrate. The feast and fun lasted for 3 days! 

In the United States, the holiday is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November with family, football, turkey and giving thanks!



martes, 21 de noviembre de 2017