Mrs. Sellenrick's Classroom

Adams Kindergarten


September 2016

Happy Friday!

We had a super day today! We even had time to do some extra fun activities, do the Ice Age Continental Drift break break, and sing “I Like to Move it!” from Madagascar! I definitely have some music-loving kids! 🙂… Continue Reading →

Say Cheese!

The most beautiful and handsome Kindergarten kids found their way to Room 104 today! Seriously, the CUTEST thing! 🙂  

It’s Starting to Feel Like Fall!

We had another busy day in Kindergarten! I can’t believe it is almost October already! We have already learned so much, but have so much more to learn! Today we talked a lot about being respectful listeners. We talked about… Continue Reading →

PLC Day!

We had a good, (and very busy) day today! We switched carpet spots, switched desk spots, showed Dr. Dominy all of the exciting things we are learning in literacy and more! Our favorite part of the day was Co-Pilots! We… Continue Reading →


It’s good to be back! I sure missed my kiddos! They did a nice job for Mr. Cownie and really enjoyed having him here. Check out our day!   Reminder: Tomorrow is a PLC Day!

Thursday in Room 104!

We had a great day today! Check out what we did!  

“Turtle Day!”

We had a great “Turtle Day!” The kids kept saying, “There are turtles everywhere! Let’s call it “Turtle Day!” See you tomorrow, Aviators! 🙂  

Terrific Tuesday!

We had a great day!  

A Great Start to the Week!

We had a great Monday! We were busy Kindergarten Kiddos today! We started a new literacy week, learned new workstations, had new Daily Math Routine helpers, and started working on some fun Apple projects! September is going SO fast already!… Continue Reading →

Happy Constitution Day!

Thank goodness for PERFECT weather for today! Constitution Day is one of my favorites and the weather was PERFECTION!! We have been practicing our song so much! It was great to finally get to perform it! Thanks to those who… Continue Reading →

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