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Monday, October 29, 2012

A Cast of Characters

I'm a little late in posting this, so I apologize!

Last Friday was a half day to allow for parent/ teacher conferences. It was also Dress-As-Your Favorite- Storybook- Character Day! To say I was excited would be an understatement. I have so many favorites! How could I ever choose just one?!

As it turns out, my son made it easy. He woke up with a fever and a cranky attitude, so I brought him to school with me. I had to grab an easy costume. I chose..... Elizabeth Bennett. (from Pride & Prejudice, you know)

Here is the 3rd grade team in character, with my son the baseball star.

My shirt reads "I {heart} Mr. Darcy"- see? I'm totally Elizabeth! 


Ms. Roach dressed as Amber Brown, and Ms. Chastain is Fancy Nancy.



I know you want to see my students!

 Cinderella

 Football star

 Bat Girl

 Fairy

A Positive Role Model 
(Joe Davis- from a book my student received on positive African American male role models)

To celebrate good literature, students got to participate in a dance. I got a little video of my son showing his moves. You'd never know he was sick.

video

Now for what you've been waiting for... the teachers! 














 There were more, but they ran when they saw my camera. *sigh*

I think everyone had a good time! I can't wait to do this again!

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