Hi! My name is Ms. Thompson. I am a third grade teacher at the Collegiate School in New York. Join me as I study bottlenose dolphins in the waters of Greece!

Monday, April 12, 2010

Running Out of Time...


Help! I am leaving in THREE days for Greece and I am not ready!
What should I do? My suitcase is empty. I have butterflies in my stomach about flying. And Greece is "all Greek to me."
Can anyone give me some travel tips to help me prepare
for my journey?



















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5 Comments:

At April 13, 2010 at 1:42 PM , Blogger Emily said...

Hi Ms. Thompson,

Don't worry, help is on the way! We are making a book of travel tips to take with you on your journey. You'll have it soon!

From,
3Z

 
At April 13, 2010 at 5:17 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think you will get all the tips you need from the 3rd Grade students so don't worry! Maybe Paulina can help you,
From Mrs. Hutchinson

 
At April 14, 2010 at 7:58 AM , OpenID jennylu said...

Just remember this. When you're on a plane and traveling by yourself there is no-one asking you to find their clothes, make their lunch, do the dishes or make dinner. So lap it up. Someone will serve your food and offer you a drink. You can watch the latest movie and take a nap. Just enjoy every moment of it!

 
At April 16, 2010 at 11:59 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Mrs. Thompson,

Did you enjoy our tips? We enjoyed making them for you! Are you having a good time in Greece? How was your flight? What did you do? You are so lucky to be in Greece right now. See you when you get back!

Love,
3T

 
At April 16, 2010 at 12:46 PM , Blogger Nicole T. said...

Hi 3T,

Your tips were amazing. They really helped get me through the ten hour flight. I slept most of the way. Today, I spent a lot of the time waiting for my hotel room to be available. During that time I took a short stroll around the area and I had a delicious lunch in the hotel restaurant. Then I fell asleep in the lobby! I hope I didn't snore. It is very strange to be in a country where you don't speak the language. Now I know how Elias's, Matthew's, and Pablo's parents felt. I wonder what I sound like to the people here. I miss you guys.

Love,
Mrs. T.

 

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