Blog Update!

Museum 2014 512Museum 2014 584Hello and welcome back!  I’m Sophia, (the new blogger) and I’m going to start off by telling you some things we’ve done, and are currently doing.

Last week, (as your kid probably told you) we went to the Grand Rapids Public Museum. Everybody had a great time, and we learned some really amazing things about Dinosaurs, Old Grand Rapids, and how much fun a carousel can be. (Hint: it can be very fun.)

Also something your child probably should’ve told you, is that we’ve started the CLASSROOM ECONOMY. This is basically, where everybody is given a job (for example, something like a blogger, or a computer assistant) and gets paid once every two weeks. There are also general fines that can be given out, such as not turning your homework in ($2 Fine) or if you tip in your chair ($1 Fine). There are also luxuries you can pay for, and bills to pay too. Our Classroom Economy will continue until the end of the year, and at the end of the year, we’ll make a big auction, and people can buy things with their earned money.

Also, Since I have the job of Blogger, I will be updating the Blog AT LEAST once every week. I’ll also be adding in my own little twist to things, like the word of the week and a definition for it, and also, the saying of the week, along with some really cheesy jokes. Hope you enjoy!

Events: Literacy Concert: Monday April 1st,3:10-3:45 Family Game Night: Wednesday, March 26th, 1:30-3:35  (Please come to both!)


Signing off for now! -Sophia

P.S: Spring Break starts April 4th and ends April 13th

P.S.S: The saying of the week, cheesy joke of the week, and word of the week will be at the bottom of the blog page.

P.S.S.S: Sorry about the pictures being all over


Joke of the Week: What did the duck say to the Hotel Manager?                                                                       Answer: Put it on my Bill! 

Saying of the Week: Always be yourself, unless you can be a unicorn. then, always be a unicorn.-Mikayla

Word of the Week: Taboo Definition: 1)Banned or prohibited. 2) Set aside as a cursed or sacred object (Info found in World Book Dictionary)

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