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The 5 senses

This week in kindergarten we learned all about our 5 senses.  We discovered that we can use some of our senses at different times and we can even use all of our senses at once.  We labeled the parts of our bodies we use for each sense and then we wrote sentences about each sense.  […]

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Earth Day and the Shedd

We love our earth.  Last week we learned ways we could help our planet earth.  Here are some of the things that the kids came up with: Turn off the lights to save energy Turn off the water when brushing our teeth Pick up garbage Walk or ride a bike/scooter to school Plant flowers Use […]

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Plants and parent teacher conferences

This week we learned all about the parts of a flower/plant and the process in which it grows.  Since the kids were already familiar with seeds, from last week, they were geared up and ready to learn about plants.  We did a couple of writing sequencing projects.  The kiddos sequenced the growth of a plant […]

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Seeds, poetry and clocks

Spring is in the air and we love it!  We had a wonderful week back from spring break.  The kids were ready to be back in school.  I can’t believe the end of the school year is right around the corner. We learned all about seeds this week.  We learned the 3 parts of a […]

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Welcome back!

Welcome back! I hope everyone had a relaxing spring break.  Just a few things… There will not be any homework this week.  I will be assessing the kids this week and you will see the results at parent teacher conferences.  Please continue to have your child practice sight words and read daily. Report card pick […]

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