Monthly Archives: September 2014
On Friday SAS held it’s second annual Cardboard Challenge. It’s a day of creating. building, imagining, designing and playing. Blake worked with Sophia, Zoe and Frank to build an amazing robot. Awesome!
Blake’s PE teacher this year is named Mr Nick and he’s fantastic. One of his specialties is skipping. He can do (and can teach) all kinds of skipping tricks. He hasn’t started his skipping club/team yet but he comes outside for lots of recesses with ropes and lets the kids have a go. I was … Continue reading
One of my friends sent me this picture from Blake’s reading celebration. His teacher tells me he is doing very well with his reading. All I know is at home he can not listen to enough stories. He is voracious for new, old, picture, wordless, chapter, fiction, nonfiction….any kind of books. At the climbing wall … Continue reading
On Friday afternoon Troy and Zoe stayed late to play with Blake. We went to the matroom and had a blast. Those sumo suits are tricky to move around in. It’s impossible not to giggle.
It was a rainy start to Spirit Day. We posed on the side of the eagle instead of in front because of the rain. Blake and I have a wrestle in the library.Blake draws himself and Ava.
Having a great time in first grade!!
Today is Wacky Wednesday!!!
Hero Day!!! Three supermen left our house this morning. Blake was in the full kit. Scotty was Clark Kent and I wore Scott’s Superman pajama shirt. Blake started the morning with a little read in the sun. Lovely. We met some super friends on the playground. Hi Emma! And Sean! And then he joined the … Continue reading
It’s Spirit Week at SAS. Our first day is PJ Day. A perennial favourite… Louise and Blake were the first two kids on the playground so they shot some baskets in their jammies. His teacher and I walked from the playground together into a very quiet classroom. This is what we found. Fakers.