Today we got a very exciting and surprising piece of mail from our friends down the street in Ms. Malkoske's Class! They made us nets for our caterpillars! It arrived just in time because our caterpillars are getting SO BIG! We think they might start going to chrysalids before the weekend.
I think it was really kind of you and your class to take your time to make it for us. -Elisa
I think it was really nice of you and everybody likes the butterfly nets. -Katrina
When we got the caterpillar nets, we hung them up from the ceiling. -Carter L
Thank-you for the butterfly net. weil uos it as sonyas we get butterflys.-Olivia
We really like the butterfly net you gave us. We are going to use it as soon as we get chrysalids. -Alexa
I like the butterfly net. by Tyler.
Thank-you for the butterfly net. I hope we get to use it. I like the green and blue plates with the polka dots. -Laine
I hope our butterflies will like to stay there until all the caterpillars are butterflies. -Iain
How did you make the butterfly nets? -Paige
When did you start making the butterfly nets? -carter V
How long did it take you to make the butterfly nets? -Olivia
How did you get the idea to make the nets? -Carter V
It's cool how you made the butterfly nets because it looks perfect on the ceiling. -Rebecca
We are going to do something kind to another person to pay it forward. -Iain
Ms. Malkoske's class told us they do random acts of kindness for other people. We really liked this idea. We talked about what this means and decided that we should thank Ms. Malkoske's class and then pay it forward by doing a random act of kindness for someone else. We talked about how this doesn't need to be a great big gesture of kindness but could be as simple as holding the door open for someone, saying "goodbye, have a nice evening" or drawing a picture. So, thanks to the children of room 9 not only for the butterfly nets but for spreading kindness. Your kindness will now be spread even further as we pay it forward!
-Mrs. Dent Scarcello :)