Monthly Archives: April 2015

More shadows and reflections…

This week has been a fun week exploring the unit.  Many activities remained the same as the kids have been truly fascinated with playing with shadows.  A couple new activities:  watercolor, bubbles, and geometric boards.  Here are a few photos! … Continue reading

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Exploring Shadows and Reflections

Welcome back! We hope you all had a wonderful and restful spring vacation. For the next few weeks we will be exploring shadow creation and reflections. We’ve created several centers in our classrooms that encourage the children to get creative … Continue reading

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The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Both the students and the teachers have been really enjoying this week’s unit, The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. Many of the children already knew the story going in to the unit so they’ve been able to make accurate … Continue reading

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April 10th Newsletter

April 10th , 2015   Dear Parents,   Our students have been enjoying restaurant week and have made some seriously delicious meals for us teachers! We can’t wait for next week though when we will be learning about the Very … Continue reading

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First nature walk of 2015!

Greetings! Today was an exciting day as we decided to go on our first nature walk of this season!  The children were energetic and it was sunny outside so we decided to take advantage of it!  We ended up exploring … Continue reading

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April 3rd Newsletter

Dear Parents,   We have had so much fun doing our unit, “Let’s Go to the Restaurant”. We pretended to work in a restaurant in our dramatic play, played with pasta in our sensory table, and pretended to have a … Continue reading

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Let’s Go to the Restaurant

What a week it has been! We introduced a new theme: Let’s Go to the Restaurant. During our morning meetings, we played the Cookie Jar game, where the children took turns to guess who had the cookie.   The centers … Continue reading

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