NATIVE SPEAKER UPDATE DECEMBER 2018

MICHAEL G:

Candy Cane shaped Pizza was on the menu this month and was a huge success! So much so, the kids want to repeat it for January. We also made beautiful tree decorations with Mrs. Bailey. Tiny winter hats, which are very cute and colorful. Magnet experiments were led by Mrs. Bryne with surprising results! The highlight of our month was the Holiday party for each class and their parents. For 3euA and 3euB, I think both party’s were well received and a wonderful time was had by all.

CRAZY TRACEY:

December was pretty short and sweet. Waveboarding is getting more and more popular.

Working with Herr. Cambell is really awesome. The students have really gotten into their poems this month.
It was a nice short month. BANG!!! BANG!!!!!

 

CHRISTINE:

December’s “Crazy for Christmas Project” lived up to its name! We broke out the glitter and Santa Stickers and cranked out a ton of traditional ornaments. There was a paper roll Santa and Rudolph, the ever popular Japanese box Santa and of course, the old favorite sparkly little Christmas trees. Our new additions were slightly non-traditional. Okay, they were nuts. I created a Mr. Poop Santa based on the wildly popular poop emoji. This morphed into a poop elf and poop Rudolph. Stop rolling your eyes, your kids thought it was FANTASTIC! Merry Christmas to all, and a happy healthy 2019! See you next year!

 

DANIELLE:

December was a fun month for Travel Club! I got to hear about upcoming vacation plans, and the colder weather inspired quite a few students to create postcards featuring tropical destinations!

 
See you in January!
Danielle