February 22, 2019

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In middle school we have been working on our personal world identity project. This project goes along with our cycle theme of identity. We have been exploring what our identity means and looking at characteristics of ourselves. We’ve picked different pictures that represent us to show in this art project.
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“We’re moving on up to the east side.”  This week is Moving Up Days at MSBG.  The Kindergartners and Third Year  students have the opportunity to “move up” and visit the next level.   These students will shadow someone in the class they are visiting and experience what it is like in that classroom.  The student...
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       What an exciting week in Early Childhood! Transferring water with a baster was introduced in both classrooms as part of our practical life unit. This skill works on concentration and hand-eye coordination. We also introduced banana slicing as part of our food prep lesson. The East classroom began to study a new...
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           What an exciting week in Early Childhood! Transferring water with a baster was introduced in both classrooms as part of our practical life unit. This skill works on concentration and hand-eye coordination. We also introduced banana slicing as part of our food prep lesson. The East classroom began to study...
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           The Toddler class at MSBG has been busy exploring the sensorial and practical life materials. Children come into the classroom each morning and are ready to get to work exploring! Through out the morning children choose the work that interests them; taking part in a variety of work. Children are...
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                                                            We have had a busy but exciting week in our classroom.  The third year along with the Upper Elementary students were invited to visit at...
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This weeks highlights included: -Conferences! The students worked so hard to prepare academic pieces to show their families. -Continued work on the 3D Manors for history. -An author visit from Tony DiTerlizzi.  
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