April 19, 2024

Day

It has been a little over one week since our chicks have been incubated. This week we were able to shine a flashlight on the eggs to see the embryos inside! The children enjoy checking on the eggs daily. Our new science unit focused on food groups and nutrition. We identified nutritious and non-nutritious foods,...
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What a beautiful week!  It was nice to see the sunshine despite a little bit of rain.  The school year is coming closer to an end, but we still have some exciting work happening in the classroom. Students were introduced to a new Geography Unit on the Midwest/Central states. They are learning the flags of these states, doing...
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Miss Sam is back from maternity leave! The kids, as were the teachers, were very excited to see her again. Last week, BGSU students in the Environmental Studies Department came to teach the class adaptation, nature, and botany lessons. Students learned about native plants and made seed bombs; they learned about birds and pretended to...
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What a beautiful week!  It was nice to see the sunshine despite a little bit of rain.  The school year is coming closer to an end, but we still have some exciting work happening in the classroom. Students were introduced to a new Geography Unit on the Midwest/Central states. They are learning the flags of these states, doing...
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This week in the classroom, we began a new science unit on the human body.  Students explored many hands-on works learning about the body systems.  We also added water transfer works to our practical life shelves, and also new sensorial unit-sink and float. This work is exciting for the students as they predict and discover how...
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