This week we made a coding maze for the gingerbread and we tested them out. We also got a phone from the North Pole and communicate with Santa and elves everyday! In science lab we learned about Robins and other birds.
Watch the magic of our class seeing our candy canes that grew after Mass!
What a way to welcome December! We had an amazing time meeting our new December friend, Glitter the Gingerbread and students have been having a blast bringing her around the school with them and even outside to recess to play in the snow! We also have gotten some fun activities and treats from Glitter with more to come in the next couple weeks! Here are some funny pictures we took before the concert! What an amazing concert we put on! More pictures to come soon! We also started to play with our coding toys! It was too hard to wait until January when kids are that excited about coding! The class had a blast!! On Friday Glitter brought us candy cane seeds to grow our own candy canes! December will be a wild month, but we got this!
This week we read the Gingerbread man, we discovered what happened to a gingerbread man cookie when we went in water and we got to eat a gingerbread man cookie. We also had our science lab where we learned about magnets. I hope you enjoy all these weekly pictures!
A short week and we still managed to have an amazing day! I read one of my favourite books: Set the turkeys free and we did a process art craft with a handprint turkey! We have amazing, creative students in our class!!
Friday fun on a cold snowy day, we decided to have a play date with Miss Maynard’s class. Both Kindergarten classes also had a Thanksgiving feast with our Pilgrim friends in 5th grade.
This week we have started sounding out CVC words and the kids are doing amazing! We also did a Sink/Float science experiment and the students LOVED it!
We ended another week with amazing activities, a fun Halloween party and making amazing memories! We also made Pumpkin Patch mazes! We love playing in our Vet Clinic and our new build a dino toys and dino transformers. We cannot wait to see our new ELA centers and math centers this week for the month of November. For science after Mass on thursday, we made lava lamp pumpkins. The kids loved watching the bubbles form. on Thursday,
WHAT A WEEK! This has been an amazing week full of amazing experiences! We had our first field trip at the pumpkin patch, and boy did we have a BLAST! We also made ghost houses as part of our STEM studies this week out of Unifix cubes. We will be trying to do a STEM project monthly, if not a couple times a month because it enhances our creative minds and allows us to showcase our imagination skills. We also had our first science lab where we took apart an apple and learned about the parts of the apple. Friday for our science experiment, we did a pumpkin explosion (fizzy pumpkins) and learned about chemical reactions. You could hear the excitement in the kids’ voices by their screams of excitement once the pumpkins exploded. Lastly, Friday was a GREAT teacher day for me, because I was so proud when all my students walked in during free play in the morning and wanted to make a book. It made my teacher heart happy! So of course, these little authors also got to sit in my teacher chair and share their books with the class. They were so excited about this! Have a good weekend and let’s welcome November with even more amazing activities! We have never had so much fun as this past week!
This week in Kindergarten, we made a Candy corn popcorn snack for First Grade. We delivered it and then got a surprise that we had extra for us to have at snack time! For Fun Friday, this week our Foodie fun was apple pie in a cup. It was yummy. We had a great week.
October is finally here! And we cannot be happier! Why? Because we get to play in our new Dramatic Play center.. A PUMPKIN PATCH! And it has been amazing! Not only do we have a new Dramatic Play area, we also got new Math tubs and ELA center tubs for the month of October. They are super fun! Kindness Club this week, we decorated Dinosaur eggs for JK (and included a plastic dinosaur for each JK student). We are really learning the values of God and how Kindness spreads like crazy. We felt good when we received a Thank You note from JK. We are becoming kind individuals and loving EVERY minute of it. We also read a story called: The Little Red House with No Windows, No Doors and a Star Inside. We learned that this story was about an apple. We found the star and got to eat our apple treat. Next week we will learn about apples. We cannot wait for the next adventure. Kindergarten keeps us having fun (shhhh, we are also learning, we just don’t realize it). On Friday, we decided to take a break from our regular work schedule and had JK join us for a playdate in our classroom. We all had so much fun!
This was another fun week in Kindergarten! This week we did our first Writer’s Workshop and the kids did AMAZING! We also painted clay heart necklaces for Kindness Club and we made orange juice in a bag on Friday. We also did our first Write the Room with amazing sunglasses. We are having so much fun in our classroom.
This week was another fun and exciting week in Kindergarten! We made Friendship bracelets for Pre-k for our Kindness club, and we made Cupcakes in a Cup for our foodie fun Friday activity! They were delicious. We love all the amazing activities we are doing in Kindergarten! We cannot wait to see what we have in store next week!
This week in Kindergarten, we did a fun Science Experiment where we learned how water is in a cloud. Once the cloud gets really heavy, rain falls.
We had so much fun learning about clouds and rain.
Welcome To Kindergarten!
This week we had a lot of fun in our new classroom. Friday we decorated some Kindness masks because our class is going to learn all the different ways we can be kindness Superheros and follow in God’s footsteps to make this world an amazing place. We also made friendship salad and learned about all the things that make an amazing classroom such as: our lessons, our love for one another and God, hard working students, kind students, and long lasting friendships.
We had a great week and cannot wait to see what next week holds.
Have a good weekend,