Wednesday, April 30, 2008

What time is it???


Well, Emma could tell you. She can tell time now!! We've been working on this for about a month and we just got her test back and she got a 100%. It really was a hard test. She had to read a clock to the nearest hour and half hour. Thanks to PopPop she can even tell time to the nearest minute (with a little coaching). She can also tell you which event happened first if you give her three different events and their times. She's come a long way, since she started with NO prior knowledge of this subject. She didn't seem to think this test was a very big deal, but I just about jumped out of my skin when I saw that grade!! I know how hard she (and her mom and me and PopPop worked) to get that grade!!!
Emmzie, I'm just so proud that I had to tell everyone!!

8 comments:

Aggiema (Michelle) said...

Way to go Emma! Your Aunt is very proud of you!

Jenn said...

yaaay, super job em!!! you must be sooo proud :)

Anonymous said...

Way to go, Emma! We are so proud of you! Your hard work paid off!
Grandmom & PopPop

Sarah said...

Judy--- in response to the red wall--- We have one accent wall inour kitchen that is a red color... make sure you prime (gray based primer is best) and have your primer tinted.... it will go on much better. I will try and post a picture of the whole kitchen when we are done:) Most of the walls are a butter yellow color... beautiful and then the accent wall... I love the color!

Heather said...

Awesome job Emma!!!

Anonymous said...

What a great job Emma! I still have to take the clock off of the wall in our Sunday School class and show the children what number the big hand will be on, before we start story or snack. When you visit the next time maybe you could come and teach my class how to tell time. You must be very happy. I'm really proud of you and will tell your grammy Ruth about your great new test grade! 100%! Wow! Mrs. Sally

Amy said...

Yay!!! So proud!! Thank you Auntie Judy and Pop Pop for all your help in this area. It was a tough one for her, which is unusual and I wasn't sure how she would handle having a challenge. But she rose to the occasion and aced it!! Whew!

Katy said...

That's a BIG one - I can remember how tricky that was in school, so major accomplishment...for everyone! :)