Welcome to Mrs. Bass' Classroom Website

Grade: 3rd
Phone: 970-348-1270
Email: kbass@greeleyschools.org

 Hi!  My name is Kayci Bass and I teach 3rd grade.  This is my seventh year at Chappelow and I love working here!  I graduated from Washington State University and got my masters from City University of Seattle.  Fun fact: My husband, Mr. Bass, also teaches here at Chappelow! 
Color: Blue
Drink: Iced Tea or Pumpkin Spiced Latte
Food: Mexican
College Football Team: Washington State Cougars
NFL Team: Denver Broncos
Hobbies: Reading and Crafting

 We are reading the book, The Green Book, by Jill Patton Wabook lsh. In the story, a family has to move to another planet, and they can only take a few things with them. 
We made short videos showing what we would bripuppets ng with us if we had to move to a new state or planet. We hope you like them.

 class pic
We share our "Memory Jars" inspired by The Green Book, by Jill Patton Walsh.

Take a look at our diamante poetry. Leave us a comment! We love your comments! Click here to read!
 cat writer

Our Family Memory VoiceThread Project: memories
 Click on your child's name to go to their VoiceThread. Once you get there, it will ask you to sign in (or create a free account). After you sign  in, you will be able to leave a comment on any page of your child's VoiceThread. You can leave comments in many ways--voice, text, video--you can even leave a comment by telephone!

Check Out Our Poems!
We wrote poems inspired by the poem "Fog" by Robert Frost (see original poem below). The kids did an amazing job on them. Click here to read them.They are a joy to read!
Foggy Cat
The fog comes
on little cat feet.

It sits looking
over harbor and city
on silent haunches
and then moves on.
                 -Robert Frost

Helpful Websites

Elements of Reasoning Videos!
video   Click here to see our new videos about the Elements of Reasoning. Leave us a message--tell us what you think....
Take a look at our persuasive paragraph!daffodils
Our class wrote a persuasive paragraph about the poem entitled "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud" by William Wordsworth.