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The Mayflower and the first Thanksgiving

I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving.  We learned about the first Thanksgiving and the Mayflower last week in kindergarten.  We learned about how hard and long the trip from England to America was for the pilgrims and the difficulties that the pilgrims came across moving to the new land.  We learned about how the […]

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Giving Thanks

We had a fun filled short week.  It was all about the life of a pilgrim.  I noticed that the kids absolutely love history.  They loved to hear about how kids their age lived a long time ago.  We looked at a map of a pilgrim village and compared it to our city.  It was […]

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Thanksgiving

I can’t believe it is the middle of November and Thanksgiving is right around the corner.  The time is flying by and it will be the New Year before we know it.  This week was super busy with Junior Achievement and a half day.  Math centers were cancelled the week of Halloween so we were […]

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Half day and Parent Teacher conferences

Just a few reminders…   Friday is a half day.  The kids will be dismissed at 12:15 by Mrs. Keith.  Your child will be eating lunch at school.  Don’t forget to pack them a lunch if they don’t eat a hot lunch! No School on Monday. I have sent home reminders of what your scheduled […]

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Halloween and looking ahead

We had a spooktacular Halloween in room 101!  The Literacy party went wonderful.  There were lots of games for the kids to choose from; making spider snacks, pin the nose on the jack o lantern, ghost lollipops, candy corn patterns, spider ring toss and more.  We finished up the day with passing out candy and […]

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