Take A Peek Into Our Week/Ms. Kate/ May 18, 2018

This week was all about community helpers. On Monday the kids took a field trip to the fire station. They had a blast learning about fire safety, seeing behind the scenes at the station, watching a firefighter put on his turnout gear, and more! It was a great field trip. We also talked about the different community helpers that we have in our neighborhood, and how they make an impact on all of us.  This week we also celebrated grandparents day!! It was amazing watching the grandparents and their grandchildren interact together, it was super special.

Such a great time at grandparents day!!!  
The purpose of the red rods is the visual discrimination of differences in dimensions, and the muscular memory of length. This work also prepares them for mathematics.  
The direct purpose is to observe and compare the different series with each other. The indirect purpose is for them to get a clear understanding for the different dimensions and their interplay. 
While working on the addition snake game the child is to familiarize with all the possible number combinations that make up ten. They can also aquire a subconscious knowledge that no two numbers together amount to more than 18. This gives practice in getting the first basis of memorizing the essential combinations with which, when known, one can make any addition. 


Our two kindergarten friends preparing for graduation!  

Take A Peek Into Next Week:

Next week is all about outer space. We will have fun learning about our 8 planets, the sun, moon, and stars, the space shuttle and more!


Next Friday is our zoo field trip!!!



A Peek At Our Week| Ms. Kristen’s Class| Week of May 14th

This week, we learned All About Birds! We learned that all birds have a beak, two wings, two legs, have feathers, and are warm blooded. We also learned that not all birds fly! We also learned the french song ” Alouette” which is a song about a lark and and we also learned the Parts of The Bird.


Working on shading colors from darkest to lightest using Color Box 3!
This shy little one just completed an extention of the Pink Tower and Brown Stair!
Practicing recognizing initial sounds using the I Spy Basket!


Grandparents Day!


Thank you to all the wonderful grandparents who came on Thursday to spend the morning with your grandchild! It was such a wonderful morning!


A Peek Into Next Week:

-All About Reptiles and Amphibians



Peek In Our Week | Mr. John’s Class | Week Of May 14, 2018

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This week we talked about what groups of animals are called.  Here is a list of what we learned…

Pack of dogs

Muster of Peacocks

Pride of lions

Gaggle of geese

Murder of crows

School of fish

Pod of dolphins

CONGRESS of Baboons

Not a Flock Of Seagulls but a colony of seagulls


Peek In Our Classroom:

This is a Kindergarten Student writing a poem for Kindergarten Graduation.


Two Students washing the mirror without being asked to do the activity.


This student is brushing up on her Math Facts.


An older student reading to our class.


Next Week:

Line Time: The Solar System

Letter Of The Week:  O o

Rhyming Word Of The Week: bod

Upcoming Events:

Zoo Field Trip:  Friday May 25th

Field Day/Last day Of School: Thursday May 31st

Kindergarten Graduation: Friday June 1st

Peek In Our Week | Mr. John | Week Of May 7, 2018

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Baby animals was the theme for the week.  We started out by what we call human babies (younger children).  We came up with the term “kid”.  We then discovered a kid is a baby goat and we should call humans children.  We went over the easy animals such as cats/kittens, dogs/pups, but went on with ducks/ducklings, chickens/chicks, pigs/piglets, manatee/calf, geese/gosling, peacock/peachick, kangaroo/joey.


Peek In Our Classroom:

An older student getting a younger student interested in reading.


She is putting the animal puzzle together outside the frame.


Two friends working together on the Monomial Cube


It has been awhile since our line time was on the Skeletal System but Elvis the Pelvis is still a popular work.


Next Week:

Line Time: Animal Groups

Letter Of The Week: I i

Rhyming Word Of The Week: bud

Upcoming Events:

Grandparents Day: Wednesday May 16th

Zoo Field Trip: Friday May 25th

A Peek At Our Week| Ms. Kristen’s Class| Week of May 7th

This week, we learned all about Mammals. We learned the mammals are warm blooded, breathe oxygen from the air, and give birth to their babies. We learned that a Blue Whale is the largest animal in the world! We also learned that a Duck Billed Platypus is also a mammal, even though it lays eggs!

Working together to complete the 45 Layout! This material aides the child in understanding how to count by 1’s, 10’s , 100’s, and 1000’s. Later on, the child will take this knowledge and compose numbers into the 1000’s using the Golden Beads.
Working together on the fabric box! When working on this material, one child is blindfolded and tries to match the different fabrics by touch! This aides the child in developing their sense of touch!
Matching the letters of the Moveable Alphabet to the printed cursive letters on paper!
Working on the Musical Alphabet and the names of the notes on the Trebel Clef staff!
This little one is so focused on tracing her quatrefoil! This material aides the child in steadying their hand for Handwriting!

A Peek At Next Week:

-All About Birds

Peek In Our Week | Academic Enrichment Cuyahoga Falls | Week Of 5/7/2018

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Interjections!!!!!!  We learned that the Interjection enhances the message of the sentence.  If the Interjection is followed by a comma the emotion is not strong but if the Interjection is followed by an explanation mark that emotion is pretty intense.

Practicing handwriting in Kindergarten Class. And obviously someone has a burning question.

Next Week:

Line Time: Punctuation (end of sentence)

Sight Words Of the Week: there  their

Synonym Of The Week: bright

Peek In Our Week | Academic Enrichment Cuyahoga Falls, Week of 4/30/2018

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Preposition was the focus of this week.  We learned that the preposition is a “where” word not a werewolf.  Some common prepositions are by, at, in, down, up, over, under, after, and before.

Kindergarten Students doing their best werewolf.

Next week:

Line Time:  Interjections

Synonym of the Week: SNEAKY

Sight words of the Week: which what

A Peek At Our Week| Ms. Kristen’s Class| Week of April 30th

This week, we learned all about Insects! We learned that insects have three segments to their body: head, thorax, and abdomen. They also have six legs and two antenna. We also learned about the Life Cycle of the Butterfly and how the butterfly starts of as an egg, then the egg hatches and out comes a caterpillar! The caterpillar then eats and eats and spins a chrysalis and after several weeks, emerges as a butterfly!

Working on her Visual Discrimination using the Knobbed Cylinders and combining all of the Cylinders togther for a challenge! This material helps indirectly prepare the child for the Math area as well!


Working on the Go-Together Cards! This material is a great pre-reading material!


Practicing her reading skills with Ms. Mel using Phonics Folder 1!


We made our own Butterfly Life Cycle depiction durring Pre-School Group Time on Thursday afternoon!


A Peek Into Next Week:

-All About Mammals


Peek In Our Week | Mr. John’s Class | Week of April 30, 2018

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Food Chains was the subject for the week.  We learned or was reminded that animals eat other animals.  The animal that is doing the eating is called the predator and the animal getting eaten is called the prey.  Food Chains can be one, two, three, four part food chains.  For example….  You have corn getting eaten by a mouse.  The mouse gets eaten by a snake.  The snake gets eaten by a hawk.


Cultural Subjects:

We can now count to ten in 27 different languages (English, Sign Language, Latin, Spanish, German, French, Greek, Japanese, Arabic with the Lebanese Dialect, Italian, Russian, Romanian, Swedish, Tagolog, Hebrew, Korean, Hungarian, Irish, Kiswahili, Welsh,  Dutch/Flemmish, Polish, Serbo-Croation, Cebuano, Malay, Hindi, Farsi, and Turkish).

Peek In Our Classroom:

This student is working on rhyming words. Words that actually rhyme because they have the same ending sounds. An example is the “at” word family: bat, cat, fat, hat, mat, pat, rat, sat, etc. Using this approach to reading, children learn the phonic sounds of each letter and then begin reading words within word families. Children that have been exposed to rhyming can hear the similarities in words which aids them in early reading and spelling skills!


These two are working on the 100 board. Notice how they placing/the order the tiles on the board. Backwards!


He is working on the Teen Board. Did you notice what pattern he came up with?


These students were very interested and are trying to figure out the pattern the above boy created.


These three boys are trying to figure out how I got this big piece of ice inside my water bottle.


Next Week:

Line Time: Animal Babies

Letter of the Week: E e

Rhyming Word of the Week: bic


Upcoming Events:

Moms and Muffins Friday, May 11th  7:00am to 7:45am in the School Gym

Grandparents Day: Wednesday, May 16th

Peek In Our Week | Academic Enrichment, Cuyahoga Falls | Week Of 4/23/2018


This week we discovered the conjunction.  The conjunction serves as a bridge between two sentences.  The conjunction also makes your writing flow better.

Kindergarten Students working on their Grammar Packets.

Next Week:

Lesson- Prepositions

Sight Words Of The Week- look, many

Synonym Of The Week- Nice