March 6, 2020

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The weather outside hasn’t changed much with the chilly temperatures, but we have new units, in the classroom, that have changed! 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...
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This week’s highlights include: -An Astronomy walk to demonstrate the distance -Studying the U.S.A. government -Studying the continents of North America and South America with biome cards and pinmaps
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Welcome March! We are eagerly awaiting for the first day of spring! We are beginning to see many types of birds at our feeder! Let’s talk “real” practical life activities. The pictures attached show this perfectly. Children take care of the laundry; washing, drying and folding. Food prep this week was making strawberry muffins, slicing...
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Our classrooms are learning about space, science, botany, and grammar. We started to sit at a table to do our mad minutes instead of doing it at the circle. Then after that we go to the circle and do morning meeting. That is where we say good morning do the pledge of allegiance and ask...
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    Enticing water work and exploration was a focus in Early Childhood this week.  The East classroom demonstrated pouring water 1-1, while West explored sponge squeezing.  These practical life skills build upon our dry pouring and squeezing lessons and prepare the children for future skills.  Also in Practical Life, East students worked with nuts and bolts...
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  Enticing water work and exploration was a focus in Early Childhood this week.  The East classroom demonstrated pouring water 1-1, while West explored sponge squeezing.  These practical life skills build upon our dry pouring and squeezing lessons and prepare the children for future skills.  Also in Practical Life, East students worked with nuts and bolts and...
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The weather outside hasn’t changed much with the chilly temperatures, but we have new units, in the classroom, that have changed! 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. In Zoology, our mammal study has begun. It...
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The BIG news in the middle school room this week is: OUR 3D PRINTER CAME IN!!! This item should be a huge asset to the classroom as we learn how to use CAD software and create designs based on our studies. Not to mention the fact that it’s super cool. In our Seminar this week,...
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