September 6, 2019

Day

We are hoping everyone had an eventful, but relaxing Labor Day Weekend.  The extra day was well deserved after our two full weeks.  The students (and teachers) worked hard. This week we will introduce the students to the Geometry Nomenclature.  Each of the nomenclature packets contain three parts:  1) a picture with no words, 2)...
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Greetings from the Toddler class! This weather has been so enjoyable. Most mornings you will find us in the garden; watering plants, digging in the soil and exploring the many vegetable and flowering plants. We have learned that red tomatoes taste much better than green tomatoes and squash is too hard to bite into. Care...
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  Reading Ye Olde language is hard. We began reading Mark Twain’s A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur’s Court. It is challenging, but once you get used to the way the language works, it gets easier. Returning to modern English will be interesting. Wow, he has a problem with “sheep-witted earls” holding power. Mustang Cafe is getting...
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NEWS!!!! By Me/a 5th grader 😀 This week in Upper Elementary, the 5th and 6th have started band. Also, we’ve started a new interesting unit in history. Lastly, we held a student vote for different topics to research. Starting it off, we have band! The band students have played musical Yahtzee, have watched music videos,...
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Highlights from this week include: -We experienced the second Great Lesson with Lower Elementary. -We started a historical simulation about the “Coming to America.” -We had new or review lessons on factors and multiples.  
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        We hope everyone had a restful labor day weekend! This week the East and West classrooms showed many demonstrations in practical life including twisting, snapping, and zipping baskets. Dressing frames were also added to practice the self-care of velcro, snapping, and zipping. Tonging from one to one can also be found...
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We are hoping everyone had an eventful, but relaxing Labor Day Weekend.  The extra day was well deserved after our two full weeks.  The students (and teachers) worked hard. This week we will introduce the students to the Geometry Nomenclature.  Each of the nomenclature packets contain three parts:  1) a picture with no words, 2)...
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  We hope everyone had a restful labor day weekend! This week the East and West classrooms showed many demonstrations in practical life including twisting, snapping, and zipping baskets. Dressing frames were also added to practice the self-care of velcro, snapping, and zipping. Tonging from one to one can also be found on the Practical...
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