Celebration was the name of the game on Friday as we embarked on our winter holiday. In the Shall Russell homeroom that celebration meant a visit to the Media Center for holiday song and a story book by Auntie Claus. When we returned to the classroom, students learned how to Elf Yourself and then pulled out the laptops to create their own funny holiday rendition. Laughter filled the room. The children wrapped their parent's presents and then a pizza lunch bunch party with holiday movie rounded out our morning. In the afternoon, we got the best treat of all, an afternoon holiday party planned and implemented by some of our awesome parents! Our centers included creating our own snowman cupcakes, making a snowman decoration, and participating in a fun game. Students were hilarious as they drew a snowman on a paper plate on their heads without looking and then playing roll the snowball. They had us all in stitches.
We hope every child had as much fun as we did celebrating and sharing time together, because we know that these are the memories children cherish forever.
As the holidays quickly approach it's time to enjoy each other's company and have a little fun. On Friday, the Russell/Shall homerooms will learn how to "Elf Yourself." This is a fun and easy activity that the other homerooms can do over the winter break (with your parent's permission of course!) Do you ever wonder what your teachers do after school? Take a look at the video below to see what they've been up to.
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