here. I am going to let you take a peek at the pictures we have of him so far. I will continue to add more pictures to this blog post between now and Christmas. Be sure to check back for more ideas. I look forward to linking up and sharing ideas with everyone else.
On Monday morning, we came in to find Jingle in our Christmas tree. He had also left each student Elf Kisses on their desks.
Tuesday morning, we arrived to find that Jingle had moved to our word wall. He had it
"Oh no, that means we can't have candy all day!" the children were saying. I said, "I guess we will just have to eat the suckers." (because I am a super nice teacher like that)
GASP. The principal came in at snack time like he usually does. He has the same sweet tooth as Jingle. He picked up our candy bucket and the kids went crazy.
Thursday Jingle wrapped our Christmas tree with toilet paper. The kids thought this was hillarious.
On Friday, Jingle was reading a book to Spike. My kids wanted me to read the book, but wouldn't let me move because they were afraid I would touch Jingle. I am going to read it Monday. Notice the book is "How Santa Got His Elves".
Jingle had a good time in the bandaids over the weekend.
On Wednesday morning, Jingle had climbed to the top of the supply cabinet to get better look.