Tuesday, September 03, 2013

My First Day of School

(I have been letting Britt dictate his own blog posts off and on for a while now. But I'm planning to let him dictate, and eventually start typing his own post for school on Tuesdays.  Some days I will give him some suggestions, some days I may require him to tell me about something in particularly, but I plan to let him do alot of writing about what he wants.  Predictably today he wanted to tell about school.)
It was my first day of school.  My favorite part was the "Chicka, Chicka, 1, 2, 3" game.  We counted all the letters, after Momma drew it.  And we counted the diapers, then we founded the numbers that we counted, and then we strung them apart for writing our number sentences.  We also did quiet time, I don't like that part, because I don't even like Momma yelling to me to get back in bed when I get up.  I like sneaking out of bed, but we have quiet time every day.  Then I played in the hallway during quiet time, and I got caught.  I didn't like that part of school either.  I mobly (probably) liked eating my food for lunch, I picked hot dog and Cheetos puffs.  I liked watching the "Chicka, Chicka, 1,2, 3" song on the tv too.  I helped Momma today, and we had waffles for my special first day breakfast.  Momma read to me alot.  We read about dinosaurs that means "terrible lizards" now I want to know how to beat them up.  I learned some new words like plant eaters are herbivores. And that's all I learned.  I'm going to color with Ruth when she wakes up, and then I'm going to go play outside, and that's all for school today.


Dianne said...

You are doing well, Danielle. I love that children are taught to read for entertainment AND for study. It's especially great that you're teaching him to write, too. Thoughts from that age group is too wonderful.

lydia said...

It sounds like you had a great first day! I love reading what Britt has to say.

Especially for Britt: I liked reading about your first day of school. It sounds like a lot of fun! I hope you keep working hard and doing good work. When you come to Florida to visit, you will be so smart and can teach Baby Evelyn all kinds of thins.

Dani said...

Lydia, Britt wants me to tell you, "I love you."

I just hope he stays excited about school.