Arts and crafts with 5th and 6th grade. We used special paper, folded it in some complicated fashion, and dipped it in paint.
My birthday is 11/29. My 5th graders set this up for me and another student having a birthday~
My elementary school does weekly body quizzes. This one is about how much blood would you have to lose to die!
My contribution to the Tanabata ceremony. One of my co-workers made the cute alligator though.
(I wished to see Big Bang again…)
I was asked to draw some vegetables and a rabbit for this poster. Another teacher colored it in. It’s a chart for who will feed the rabbit over the summer and the foods it eats.
Someone’s grandmother brought in this turtle today. What was strange was she brought it in a grocery bag (I imagine she just found it and that was the only means of transporting it). One of my 6th graders claimed it, found a bucket, and put it in. He took it home in another grocery bag though. ^^;
During cleaning time, we put the turtle off to the side and while I was sweeping away, in the corner of my eye, I saw its little head pop up like that. I had to stop and take a picture. So cute! I hope he lives a happy life with my student!
I think the koi are in light of Children’s Day recently (when this happened, it was still May).