Hello fellow monster builders,
We would like to introduce ourselves and tell you a little about us. We are 2nd – 6th grade students in the after school computer class at Fremont Elementary. Our teacher’s name is Ms. Bright. Fremont Elementary is in the city of Bakersfield and the state of California. Our school has about 1,000 students. If you would like to learn more about our school you can visit our website. http://schools.bcsd.com/fremont/StudentPage.htm . We love learning about other people and places, so if you want to ask us questions you can email our class at firstname.lastname@example.org The monster part we would like to create is the tail. If that is already taken we would like the bellybutton or eyes.
Happy monster building!
Hi to all of the other Monster schools! We are Mr. Smith's 4th grade at Eugene Field Elementary in Hannibal, Missouri. On the USA map you'll find us in the midwest region, located on the Mississippi River. Our school was named after Eugene Field, also known as The Children's Poet (he wrote Wynken Blynken, and Nod).There are 13 girls and 7 boys ready to make a great Monster this year. Curiosity is already high in our room -- what will the Monster look like this year????? Together, we'll all answer that question.
Mrs. Dudding's 5th grade --
We are from Hannibal, MO like
Mr. Smith. Eugene Field is located in the center of Hannibal. Most of
our students live close by and walk to school. Many of their parents
also went to EF. Everyone in our class of 17 (6 boys and 11 girls)
worked on the Monster Project last year. We have been building
monsters since Mr. Smith came to our school and really like to do
Mrs. Dudding -- Eugene Field-5th grade -- Hannibal, MO
Greetings from The Child Development Center ! Our preschool is located on a college campus in Paramus,New Jersey. The children in our group are 3 & 4 years old. Our teacher is Miss Hope. We would love for you to visit our class at http://www.misshope.com/ . You can e-mail us at email@example.com .
This will be our first time participating in the Monster Project .We are all really looking forward to it. Our parents are already saving recyclable materials for our monster making adventure! Two of the books we have been reading in our library corner are "The Soles of Your Feet" and "The Foot Book." We would love to describe the monster's foot or feet. If they are already taken.. Surprise us!
Looking forward to
working with all of you,
Miss Hope & the children of the Child Development Center
Hello fellow monster builders!
We are the Pre-K class at the BCC Child Development Center in Paramus, NJ. Mr. Jack will be working with us to make a monster.You can visit us at www.misshope.com Since Miss Hope’s class is describing the feet; we thought we would choose the toes. We are very excited to work with everyone!
Miss Sally and Mr. Jack’s class at the BCC CDC
We are Mr. Pittman's fourth grade class in Alexandria, Virginia. Our school, Hollin Meadows Science and Math Focus School, is less than 10 miles away from the White house in Washington DC. To learn more about our school, visit our school website: http://www.fcps.edu/HollinMeadowsES/ .To find out about our class, visit our class website, http://www.fcps.edu/HollinMeadowsES/pittman .
This is our first year participating in the monster project, and we are very excited to meet all of you. If possible we would like to design the ears or nose.
Mr. Pittman's 4th grade class
Greetings to Monster Makers,
We are looking forward to making a monster for our school. Mrs. Floth's second graders have made a monster for many years. Our school is called J. Sterling Morton Elementary. Our school was named after J. Sterling Morton who started Arbor Day. His home is located in Nebraska City, Nebraska. Our school is located in Omaha, Nebraska. The second graders at our school work on Earth Day and Arbor Day projects and plant trees on our school property each year.
You can see our
school on www.mpsomaha.org We would like to describe the
head of the monster. If that part is taken then the arms.
Happy monster making!
Thank you for your message.
Our class wants to
participate in this project. It's fun.
We are third graders at Fuchinobe Elementary. Our choice is the body.
Fuchinobe Elementary School
4-6-22 FUchinobe Sagamihara City, Kanagawa Japan
http://members2.jcom.home.ne.jp/hbono/ (my @hobby web )
We are a class of first graders in the town of Pella, Iowa. If you have heard of Pella Windows, well they are made here. We are predominantly a Dutch community and if you visited you would notice the Dutch architecture of our business buildings and the largest working windmill. We have 23 children in our class, 12 boys and 11 girls. Our teacher's class has made a monster each year since this project began. It is great fun.
Mary Glendening, teacher
Jefferson Elementary --- Pella, Iowa
Hi Monster Makers,
We are first graders at Elmwood Franklin School in Buffalo, New York. We want you to know that our school is a very big school with 374 students. There are 42 kids in first grade. We have a fun and busy day. We have a great playground. We have gym everyday. We are excited about the monster project. It sounds like a lot of fun!!! We are enclosing our picture.
Ms. Gardon and Mrs. Jurnack's First
Elmwood Franklin School -- Buffalo, New York
Here is a project which we have enjoyed using with our monster project. We do not know who first thought of it, but we have used it for many years. First, we read the book There's A Nightmare in my Closet by Mercer Mayer.Then we brainstorm a long list of adjectives that could describe a monster in a closet and write them on chart paper.
have prepared paper closets in advance, which consist of one
white paper with a door cut on two sides, stapled over a
whole sheet of white paper. We use standard 8 by 12
construction paper. Students choose seven adjectives to copy
on a sheet of handwriting paper which is cut to fit and be
glued on the inside of the door. Then students draw the
monster on the paper behind the paper door, using all the
adjectives chosen. They print "BOB"S (student's name)
CLOSET" on the front of the white paper and decorate the
outside of the door. The children love this and although it
does involve a fair amount of teacher preparation, it is
really worth the results! I'm attaching some photographs to
help clarify my directions.
Dear Monster Makers of the World,
We are a fourth grade class in McConnellsburg, PA. There are 15 children in our class--8 girls and 7 boys. We are reading to raise money for "Read to Feed". We have 5 monarch chrysalis. Earlier 2 emerged and we released them. We are getting fish for our aquarium to study systems. We have a worm farm in which the worms eat garbage and enrich the soil. We are a nice class who learns a lot. Would any classlike to be our pen pals?
Your friends from MES
Mrs. Henry's 4th grade class
Hello from Mrs. Felty's Kindergartners!
Our school is Park Village Elementary in San Antonio, Texas. We have 18 students in our class. There are 9 boys and 9 girls. We enjoy going to literacy centers and math tubs. Our favorite book right now is Mary Wore Her Red Dress. We like to sing it and write about it. Our favorite math activities are building with geoblocks, multilinks, and Mr. Potato Head. We also like to work together making ABC and number floor puzzles and reading them with pointers. We are looking forward to reading spooky stories and building our monster with our 5th grade reading buddies.
Jennifer Felty, Kindergarten
Park Village Elementary
San Antonio, TX 78218
Hi we are the First Graders at P.H. Greene Elementary in Webster, Texas. We have 11 boys and 9 girls in our class. Two people in our class wear glasses. Our teacher is Mrs. Magdos. This is our first monster to build here at P.H. Greene. Mrs. Magdos has built the monster since the project started. We are describing the monsters nose. We are doing good in school. We are excited to see what you are doing. You can visit our class web site at http://www.MrsMagdos.homestead.com/
Mrs. Magdos First Grade Class
P.H. Greene Elementary School
Webster, Texas 77598
Ms. Gillian Boyd's Year 6 class -- Our school is St. Peter and St. Paul Primary School. We are a class of 30 children - 20 girls and 10 boys. We are all 10 - 11 year olds in the Mitchem area of London (South West). Not too far from the famous Wimbledon Tennis Club and across the road from one of the oldest cricket grounds in England! Our class is multi-national, composed of students from India,The Carribean, Kenya, Sierra Leone, France, Spain, Italy, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Portugal and the UK.(Ms. Boyd has recently moved to England from South Africa where she had taught for many years.)
Mrs. Chang and Mr. Justik's
Our school is Kang Chiao Bilingual School. We're making fingers for the Monster Project. We're grade 4 (P1.) We study both Chinese and English. Our school is high up on the mountain in Xindien (Sindian)City, near Taipei City, Taiwan. There is jungle everywhere here! Everyone in our school knows about bugs. Sometimes, we could see bugs flying around in our classroom. Would you like to learn more about Kang Chiao, please type :
written by Jessica and Sherry in Grade 4.