Kindergarten

Sharing and Reflecting

Sharing and Reflecting

                              Highlights: Watching the Ks share their work at their conferences was delightful. Most of the Ks proudly showed their Explorers’ Club books, tiles, stuffed animals, and masks. Some Ks also talked about their 100-day books and ABC letter pages.  After spring break the Ks will have an opportunity to show their Explorers’ Club creations to their 7th grade lunch buddies. Upcoming…

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Books, Tiles, and Richmond Ridge

Upcoming Dates: 3/14, 3/17, 3/18 Child, Parent, Teacher Conferences 3/21 K El Tioga postponed to 4/13 3/25- 4/4 Spring Break More information will be sent for the following: 4/8 Tryouts for the play 4/13 K El Tioga 5/5 & 5/6 ACS Play 5/25-5/27 K Camping Trip Highlights: Whether copying headings for the title page or creating an illustration for the back cover, the Ks have been engaged in making their nonfiction books. While painting glazes on…

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The Fantastic Ks

The Fantastic Ks

Highlights: On Thursday, the kindergarten through fourth grade went on a field trip to Carbondale to see The Fantastic Mr. Fox. Beforehand, we read most of the book aloud. It was interesting to see the adaptation when the story was so fresh in everyone’s mind. Language Arts: The Ks have begun to work on the cover and title page of their Explorers’ Club book. Many have also chosen a picture to go in the back for the…

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Exploring Soccer, Ice Age Artifacts, and Dogsleds

Exploring Soccer, Ice Age Artifacts, and Dogsleds

Highlights: Thanks to Krabloonik owners, Danny and Gina Philips the Ks relished their field trip to the kennel. They enjoyed watching the dogs being harnessed and taking off as well as pretending to be sled dogs. They took turns holding a portion of the harness to pull the little sleds with a K being a musher and another K being a rider. Ask your child what Gee and Haw means. Thanks to Tom, the paleontologist…

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Oh, the Places You’ll Go

Oh, the Places You’ll Go

Highlights: On Wednesday, we spent most of the day at ACES discovering new facts about most of the Explorers’ Club topics. The Ks were able to touch pelts, skulls, horns, and if they wanted, a cobra. They watched short videos of coyotes, foxes, owls, and bears that came to Hallam Lake.  They looked at the stuffed wild dogs, cats, and the standing brown bear, the live birds outside, and the bearded dragon. On Friday, we…

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