Early Childhood East

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                        We celebrated Valentine’s Day this week in Early Childhood.  Children explored painting a heart at the easel, lacing hearts, and making and delivering valentines.  Students created individual valentine bags in our classroom and passed out valentines to friends.  We enjoyed a small treat...
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Celebrating the Chinese New Year was a focus in early childhood this week.  We had the opportunity to enjoy a presentation from the Tam family and explored artifacts, photos, and customs from this holiday.  Students created dragon masks and tails and went on a parade through the school!  In art, students also painted hearts at...
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This week we celebrated the 100th day of school! The early childhood students all brought in 100 items and arranged then in the hallway for display, and what a variety of items we had to explore!  In addition to the 100th day celebration, both classrooms introduced the light table this week. The children explored how...
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Early Childhood started out the week learning about the famous peacemaker, Martin Luther King Jr. and the dream he had for all people to be treated equal. We read stories, had coloring pages out, and did some activities to honor him. The kindergartners had a special writer’s workshop to write about what their dreams are...
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Exploring new geography work, art work, and food preparation were all focused on this week in early childhood. Pulling string cheese was a choice in practical life. This work allows children to prepare food as well as practice grace and courtesy. Also in practical life, students explored using a baster with water and learned the...
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Happy 2019! After reviewing our classroom rights and responsibilities, Early Childhood has had many new works! Both classrooms added pouring water to the snack table using glass cups and a glass pitcher. The classrooms also switched Sensorial units so the East classroom is now using their sense of smell to match and find scents while...
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