Congratulation to all the keiki in 4B for working hard at mastering their IXL skills. Mahalo to Mrs. Hara for recognizing your hard work with a pizza party. Once again, I am proud of all of you. Keep up the great work on mastering your skills!
How are we doing? This is a check point for you and your keiki. As you know we have been doing some work on our class blog. Some ‘ohana have been experiencing some technical difficulties in posting a comment. Mahalo to Mrs. Cordeiro for correcting the initial error last week. Please read the attached document and leave a comment to confirm that you are able to post. If you receive an error message or pop up window, please email me what it says so that I can investigate the problem. (I have also sent a hard copy of the document home for you to add to your open house folder.)
I am enjoying all of your keiki and I am so proud of their hard work each day in class. Thank you for being their support at home and please remember to contact me if you have any concerns. Also, remember that you are always welcome to visit and comment on this blog. We are all ‘ohana!
Yes, great is the knowledge of our ‘ohana. I want to send a great big mahalo to Aunty Al, Aunty Charlene, and Aunty Autumn for taking the time to be with us and share their aloha with the keiki. From making organic smoothies, to making seven layer dip, to enjoying a read aloud, the keiki were engaged in what these ladies had to share. Also, mahalo to Kumu Kala for the play time outside and Mrs. Bauer for being our photographer. This day would not have been possible without the help of many people, including our Mrs. Lee and Mrs. Debus, who were willing to reschedule their classes. We are all looking forward to our next La ‘Ohana. Originally there were only two set dates (8/30 and one in May), but we are also looking into having one at mid-year as well. More information will be forth coming.
Take a look at some of the reflections of our keiki about their first “La ‘Ohana.”
“La ‘Ohana was fun! The book reading was relaxing and all the yummy food was gone when La ‘Ohana was done.” ES
“I learned that a frozen fruit is a good snack.” AS
“I learned to always wait your turn.” NS
“I liked all of the activities and how we broke into groups… I can’t wait for the next time.” SP
“I learned how to make seven layer dip.” LP
“I wouldn’t want to change anything because it was fun!” MN
“I liked that the parent gave their time to be there.” MM
“I learned that I can have a healthy snack by freezing fruit.” AM
“I learned how to make a really good smoothie.” LI
Welcome to papa ʻehā! We have so much to look forward to and I am sure we will have a great time together. The keiki are getting into the groove of things and are ready to move forward. I invite all of our ʻohana to visit this blog and feel free to comment on anything interesting.