Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Pumpkin Unit

As we begin to learn about the Sioux Native Americans it is time to say goodbye to our study on pumpkins. Mrs. Holtsman who is a parent as well as our technology specialist at Chets has made a wonderful video showcasing many lessons and cute facts the students learned. The one on our blog is a shorter version. Mrs. Holtsman is making a complete disc for every students to have their own copy. Please join us in thanking her for taking her personal time to make each child their own copy, so they will never forget these special memories.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

That was great! We loved watching that video. Thank you so much Mrs. Cothern, Mrs. Ellis and Mrs. Holtsman!

The Fisher Family

Debby Cothern said...

Thank you Mrs. Holtsman for the time you put into this video. We will treasure it forever!
Mrs. Cothern & Mrs. Ellis

Jennifer Crane said...

Wow! Thank you so much for that video. What a great memory for the class to have of kindergarten! Great job!

Anonymous said...

Thanks Mrs. Holtsman! We had fun trying to figure out what things would float and what things would sink while watching the DVD.
The Snow Family

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for this great video. Mrs. Holtsman did an amazing job! We loved seeing how excited all the kids were about learning floating and sinking. Thanks to you we will now have Cole's first science lessons on video forever!
The Bailey Family

Stacey Virata said...

Awesome video!!!! Thank You so much....Bryce had so much fun watching it and telling me what was going to happen next.

The Virata Family

Williams Family said...

THAT WAS WONDERFUL! THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR FOR MAKING THE CD'S, MRS. HOLTSMAN! THIS WAS SO GREAT WE LOVE IT....

THANKS!
JACKIE WILLIAMS

Melanie Holtsman said...

What a pleasure it was to watch the amazing learning that goes on in kindergarten! I'm glad you like the video and I hope your kids will have fun remembering all of the cool things they learned. :)

dayle timmons said...

What a wonderful video for your children to share what they have been learning with their parents. We will also use it to introduce this unit each year - such a great professional development tool!

Anonymous said...

I liked hearing what everyone had to say about what the seeds tasted like. Salt,Chick-fil-a seeds,pumpkins!Ha! I thought that all the pumpkins would sink! Wow that was crazy! Congratulations on winning the literary pumpkin contest!
Ally (Amanda's sister)

Mrs. Rachel Bridges said...

What a wonderful way to remember the pumpkin unit! I love how you showcased the students' work! :)