Thursday, March 26, 2015

Ever wonder what we do on rainy days?  Yoga!

Finishing up our study of the solar system.

Happy Birthday Jaxson Hunter!

We graphed our eggs before our egg hunt!

Ready to find some eggs

"I hope they save some for me!"

Thanks to all our great parents for all their help!
See you back on April 7th!

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Another busy week in our class.


A lesson on Geometric Solids


An Irish Folktale, followed by our favorite song, "Everybody's Irish".
We hope your kids came home singing it!
Making bracelets for St. Patrick's Day


Please don't forget our Easter party is next Thursday.
We get out at 1:00 on Friday.

Thursday, March 12, 2015

We thought we'd share these great human body projects the Kindergarten students created.  They traced their bodies, then glued and labeled their organs into place.  

Happy Birthday Asiya!

Reminders:  The Easter party has been changed from Friday the 27th to Thursday the 26th.

We get out at 1:00 on the 27th for spring break. There will be no aftercare.

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

The International Festival was lots of fun for us all!  Please share any good pics you may have from the event.

Our Turkey table!

Friday, February 27, 2015

The Kindergarten students made "brain hats" while studying the human body.

Happy Birthday, Ella!

The Preschool had a visit from a dentist.

Please Remember:
Contracts for next year are due today!
Please join us at the International Festival tomorrow night, 4:00 to 7:00, in the gym.  Our class learned about Turkey and will perform a belly dance at 5:00.  Hope to see you all there!

Thursday, February 19, 2015

The world puzzle map

Asian animals

Writing his name

Numbers 1-20

Asian animals
Making Valentines

Valentine fun

Our party table

Saturday, February 14, 2015

We learned more about the human body this week.  The kids thought it was very funny to imagine, as they put it, "flopping about like spaghetti" if they didn't have a skeleton for support.  Another popular human body lesson was the one on hearing and the parts of the ear.  After learning about the outer, middle and inner parts of the ear, students had fun using their own sense of hearing to play the game, "What's Making That Noise?"  Several every day objects were placed out of sight and students had to guess what they were based on the noises they heard.  Some guesses were right on target and others could only come from a child's imagination.  They were hilarious!

The Preschool hosted the Peace Ceremony on Friday and did a great job.  Two students from our class, Suhanna and Tyler, had speaking parts.  The rest of our class sang the song, L-O-V-E.  It takes a lot of courage for students (and teachers) to stand in front of the entire school and speak.  We were very proud of every one.  After the ceremony, we went back to our room for our Valentine's Day party.  The kids loved giving and receiving cards and celebrating together.

Please remember there is no school Monday.  We hope you all have a great weekend!

Thursday, February 5, 2015

We made up our own steps to Brahm's Hungarian Dance and had a blast!

Spelling three letter words

Matching picture to picture and word to word.

Enjoying our study of Asia by making flags of China

Please don't forget we will have our Peace Ceremony and our Valentine party on the 13th.