February 7, 2020

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Highlights from this week include: -Getting ready for conferences -Preparing for a history debate -Sewing reusable snack bags -6th graders reading to the Kindergarteners
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Early Childhood explored new math units this week to learn about time and money.  Works in these units allow the children to grasp foundational concepts such as coin values, exchanging money, reading clocks, and matching times of the day.  We also extend these concepts into the writing and art shelves for a cross-curricular experience in these...
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  In history we are planning a “Town Meeting” to decide if the colonists should go to war with Great Britain.  Some kids are role playing famous Patriots, some are neutral and some are Loyalist. Next week we will gather both classes together to debate. Both sides will present and try to convince the neutrals...
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Happy February everyone! This month we will explore our work using hearts with red and pink colors. Children will have the opportunity to engage in art projects using hearts. We will continue to foster friendships and kindness each day! Children are learning grace and courtesy using kind words and learning how to resolve conflict properly....
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Early Childhood explored new math units this week to learn about time and money.  Works in these units allow the children to grasp foundational concepts such as coin values, exchanging money, reading clocks, and matching times of the day.  We also extend these concepts into the writing and art shelves for a cross-curricular experience in these...
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On the math shelf, we have added measurement work.  At their introductory lesson, younger students measured with non-standard units and were introduced to the ruler, which has inches and centimeters.  Older students, will be working with metric and standard measure.  We will also learn and review measurements that include weight and liquid volume.  This is...
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Our newest Math unit is graphing.  Students will be exploring pictographs, bar graphs, and pie graphs.  Gathering, collecting, and interpreting numerical information is a necessary skill. Our Science unit for the month is on the Skeletal System.  Every person has a skeleton made up of many bones.  Did you know the adult human body has...
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