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Bubble popping and sea shell sorting.

          Bubble gum queens.                         Guess who?                                   Loving that bubble!                           […]

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Tops and bottoms.

March 26, 2012  Dear Parents, Math: We had a “blast” graphing last week.  The kids loved chewing gum in class.  They were very excited to be breaking the rules in kindergarten.  To no surprise, it turned out that MOST of the kindergarteners could not blow a bubble.  So the kids that could blow a bubble […]

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What’s new in room 101

            Shamrock tally matching.             Amazing work!             Tally mark kings.                   Our Venn Diagram.                       Snail observations are very intense!   […]

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Bubble popping and zoo animals!

March 19, 2012  Dear Parents, Math:  Last week in math we discussed tally marks.  The kids got a kick out of “Zorro 5” and loved volunteering when I needed help making my “Zorro slash” in the middle of the 4 tally marks.  They did a great job matching the number shamrocks to the corresponding tally […]

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Shamrocks and Tally Marks!

March 12, 2012  Dear Parents, Math:  Last week in math we talked about place value of the tens and ones.  This is a concept that will need to be reinforced multiple times for the kids to really understand it.  Throughout the year I will try to continue to touch on this concept.  I was really […]

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Place value is fun!

March 6, 2012  Dear Parents, Math:  Our lesson on the tricky teens was a hit last week.  We learned a cool hip hop song to sing that helps us remember that the numbers 11-19 always begin with the number 1.  This week is a short week for Ray and for me too.  I will be […]

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