Peek In Our Week +++ Thee Buckeye Room +++ Week Of May 15, 2023

Thee Buckeye Room Bulletin

Line Time:
This week we learned about the ocean (and the sea, lakes, ponds, rivers, creeks). The main this they have in common is they all have water and water life lurks under the surface such as fish, dolphin, clams, shrimp, and even mermaids. We learned that these bodies of water are good for the environment if kept clean. They are the major producers of oxygen and I call them the lungs of the Earth.

Words from Mr. John(Mr. Dostall/Time waits for no one!):

P.S. We only called Mr. Dostall “Dave” behind his back. It was always Mr. Dostall to his face out of fear.

A What’s the Diff (concerts/shows)? :
What would you consider a concert? What would you consider a show (seeing a band)? My interpretation of the said question is as follows. A concert is more than 2,000 people in a large venue. You may be able too see the band but usually there are jumbo screens to help you see the performers. On the other hand a sow is less then 2,00 people in a small venue. You can see the band from where ever you are. I prefer a show! Below are a few recent shows I’ve attended. Yes, I wait 2 hours before the doors open so I can get next to the stage.

Gary Numan and “Uncle” AL Jorgensen
Peter Hook former Bassist of Joy Division and New Order

Cultural Subjects:
Your children can now count to ten in 27 languages (English, Latin, Sign Language, Spanish, German, French, Greek, Japanese, Arabic with the Lebanese dialect, Italian, Russian, Romanian, Swedish, Tagalog, Hebrew, Korean, Irish, Kiswahili, Irish, Welsh, Dutch/Flemmish, Polish, Serbo-Croation, Cebuano, Malay, Farsi, Turkish)

Peek In The Classroom:

Look at his focus dusting.
She is honing her skills with consonant blends ch, sh, th.
He is working on the Moveable Alphabet. The key purpose of the Moveable Alphabet is to prepare children for writing, reading, and spelling. 
Tada. He made 6 different shapes from 12 scalene triangles.

Peek Into Next Week:
Line Time- Safety

Letter Of The Week- That is in the rearview mirror.

Rhyming Word Of The Week- Not anymore!

Next Week’s Lesson:
Weekly Theme: Review. Kindergarten Graduation Rehersal

Synonym Of The Week: Done with that popsicle stand

Sight Words Of The Week: Been there done that

Can you identify all the parts of speech? Your kindergarten students can!!!!!
Letting the kinders run amuck. See you next year.

Upcoming Events:
Last Day Of School/Field Day:
Thursday May 25, 2023

Kindergarten Graduation: Wednesday May 24, 2023

Friends, Frolic, and Fun:

I get it… sometimes you just need to get out the door.
Hippy chic! “If you’re going to San Francisco Be sure to wear some flowers in your hair.”
Conga line called the Congo line. Congo Congo, Congo…
Peace love and donuts and cupcakes and swag bags

A Peek into the Cherry Blossom Class – week of May 15, 2023

Our Focus Lesson:

This week we learned about pollinators! There are four main types of pollinators – bees, butterflies, bats, and hummingbirds. We learned that when these animals eat the nectar from flowers they then take that pollen to another flower. That flower uses the pollen the pollinator brought to create a new seed or fruit for the plant.

We also took some time to learn more about butterflies and bees. We learned the parts of these insects, their life cycles, and then followed a bee through collecting pollen/nectar and using it to make honey.

This preschooler is creating a booklet of the parts of a butterfly. We have come so far with our handwriting skills this school year!
This future Kindergartener is working on a parts of the bee booklet! We loved studying pollinators this week!

Our Preschool Lesson:

Ms. Sam taught our younger Blossoms all about insects this week. We learned the characteristics that make an insect an insect. Insects hatch from eggs, they are colded blooded, they have an exoskeleton, and they have a head, thorax and abdomen.

Ms. Sam also introduced us to a super fun work – creating insects with loose parts!

A loose part butterfly!
This future Kindergartener is reading the labels we have with the loose parts work! Yay for new readers!
This future Kindergartener is working with our ladybug addition work. This work was a big hit this week!

Kindergarten Lesson:

We completed our Poetry Books! We cannot wait for you to see them at Kindergarten Graduation next week!

Special Visitors!

We had a few special visitors this week! We had our very last ASL lesson for the school year. We also had a visitor come to our class that read us Brown Bear, Brown Bear in French! We were so excited to learn so many new words in new languages!

Our final ASL lesson was reviewing all that we have learned this school year. We signed animals, colors, and the ABC’s!
We loved our French lesson! We learned animals and counting, and we sang a song about a “petit” fish!

Butterfly Release!

We released the butterflies we raised in our classroom this week! It is always such a joy to observe this life cycle with the students. They are full of wonder and curiousity at each stage of the cycle!


Happy Birthday to our newest 5 year old!

Peek Into Next Week!

It’s the Last Week of School! We will be reading books about the end of the school year, and summertime! We will sprinkle some fun throughout all of our days that are left. What an AMAZING school year with AMAZING children!


Wednesday – Kindergarten Graduation

Thursday – Family Picnic and Bash & Splash!

A Peek into the Cherry Blossom Classroom – week of May 8, 2023

Our Focus Lesson: Flowers

This week the Cherry Blossoms studied flowers! This unit allowed us to review the parts of a plant and their important jobs – roots, stem, and leaves. We learned that flower petals are so colorful so that they can attract pollinators – which we will be learning all about next week! We also learned other parts of a flower; the calyx holds the flower to the stem, the stamens produce the pollen, and the pistil recieves the pollen from other flowers to make seeds.

We ended our week by using our 5 senses to explore flowers and then dissected them!

We looked at flowers, smelled flowers, touched flowers, and listened to flowers.
And then we dissected them to see what the insides of a flower look like!
We also “planted” flowers in Practical Life!

Our Preschool Lesson: Seeds

Our younger Blossoms learned about seeds this week! Plants all begin with a seed, so we learned what seeds need in order to grow – soil, sun, and water! We also learned about what happens when a seed sprouts into a plant – first the root grows down, then the stem grows up, and finally the plant grows leaves! We reviewed the special jobs that all of those parts of a plant do.

Blossoms also had a chance to observe different types of seeds in plants that we eat at home! We explored an apple, an avacado, a lemon, and a strawberry. We were very surprised to learn that the seeds of a strawberry are on the outside of the fruit, not on the inside like the others!

Our little scientists observed different types of seeds found in fruits this week.
They then wrote down their observations.
This young preschooler is creating her All About Seeds book during our work time.

Kindergarten Lesson:

Our older Blossoms continued their grammar symbol lessons with Mr. John this week, and continued their Poetry Books with Ms. Kelley and Ms. Tonya. They are writing the final drafts of their poems and created the covers of their poetry books this week. They can’t wait to put their final books of the year together!

Check out these beautiful poetry book covers!


The weather was so nice this week that we had our first picnic outside!

Yay for sunshine and warm weather!

Yoga and Music Recitals!

We had a special visit from Ms. Amanda and Ms. Brittany from The Wellness Den this week! We participated in an animal inspired yoga class and enjoyed stretching and acting like elephants, cheetahs, spiders, and much more!

Two of our Blossoms also showcased what they have learned in their piano classes this school year! We loved listening to them play and cheering them on from the audience!

Stretch all the way up to the sunshine!
Swing those trunks like an elephant!
So proud of our friends that performed at the piano recital!
They did an amazing job!

Butterflies and Killdeer Nests!

Our butterflies hatched out of their chrysalis this week!!!! We were so lucky that three of them hatched during the school day and we were able to see them as soon as they came out. We watched as they dried their weeks and observed the extra color that drips off of their wet wings. We can’t wait to release them next week!

We also were lucky enough to observe a Killdeer mother and her nest this week. We watched as she puffed herself up and called to us to stay away as we walked past her nest to play in our outdoor space. Sadly, by Friday, our Killdeer mother and father birds were nowhere to be found and the nest had been abandonded. We talked about how sometimes that will happen when birds feel unsafe.

Painted Lady Butterflies are so beautiful!
Observing the butterflies right after they came out of their chrysalis!
Taking a closer look!
Mama Killdeer sitting on her nest!

Peek into Next Week!

Focus Lesson: Pollinators

Preschool Lesson: Insects

Kindergarten Lessons: Interjections and Poetry!

Important Dates:

May 24 – Kindergarten Graduation 4pm

May 25 – Last Day of School! Bash & Splash school event!

Peek In Our Week ”’ Thee Buckeye Room ”’ Week Of May 8, 2023

Thee Buckeye Room Bulletin

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Solar System- 
Put on your space suit and get ready to explore our solar system.  We started with discussing the planets nearer the sun then worked our way to the furthest reaches of our solar system.  Mercury is our first planet and is the closest to the sun.  Venus is the second planet.  Even though it is further away from the sun than Mercury it is the hottest planet in our solar system.  The third planet is near and dear to our hearts.  It is the planet earth.  It is the only planet in our solar system that has life.  The next planet is Mars and is known as the red planet.  The next planet is the biggest planet in our solar system and has a big red storm that has been raging for centuries.  That planet is Jupiter.  Saturn is the next planet and has really cool ring around it that are pieces of rock and ice.  Uranus is next and it spins up and down instead of side to side like all the other planets.  Neptune is the last planet in our solar system.  I did not forget about Pluto.  Oh! Poor Pluto.  Pluto was once a planet but now has been demoted to a dwarf planet.   As a side note learned that most planets were named after Roman Gods and Goddesses. 

Did You Know? (More They Might Be Giants):
They Might Be Giants has a really cool children’s CD about science and a parent gave it to me decades ago.  Also, a few of their songs were featured in Tiny Toons. I saw these guys circa 1990 during the Flood Tour.  They were a fun alternative band! Remember Malcolm In the Middle?  The theme song “You’re Not The Boss of Me” ? YEP… You got it.  LOL

A Message From Mr. John (It aint mine):

Cultural Subjects:
Your children can now count to ten in 27 languages (English, Latin, Sign Language, Spanish, German, French, Greek, Japanese, Arabic with the Lebanese dialect, Italian, Russian, Romanian, Swedish, Tagalog, Hebrew, Korean, Irish, Kiswahili, Irish, Welsh, Dutch/Flemmish, Polish, Serbo-Croation, Cebuano, Malay, Farsi, Turkish)

Yoga Class:

Enrichments (Music):

The impeccable Ms. Lisa the music teacher.

Peek In The Classroom:

Following this student’s progress in Math he is now composing numbers from 11 to 99. Do you see the pattern he discovered?
She is taking a break and enjoys hearing the other student read.
The Montessori 9 Tray is an early place value work. Your child explores and builds a physical place value chart on the floor with Golden Beads and large number cards, units through thousands. This layout will help your child to visualize and develop an understanding of place value, order of numbers, and concentration.
The Sandpaper Letters allow the child to understand writing before they can hold a pencil. The Child uses three of the five senses; tactile, auditory, and sight to learn the sound and formation of each letter.

Peek Into Next Week:
Line Time- The Earth
Letter Of The Week- O o
Rhyming Word Of The Week- bod

Academic Enrichment:
Next Week’s Lesson:
Weekly Theme: Interjections
Synonym Of The Week: SNEAKY: underhanded, dishonest, tricky, secretive, sly
Sight Words Of The Week: way my

We learned prepositions are “where words” not werewolves. They are saying “where are the rest of the kinders?”

Upcoming Events:

Last Day Of School/Field Day:
Thursday, May 25th (last day of school)

Kindergarten Graduation
Wednesday, May 24th 4:00pm
!!!!!!!!!! NO AFTERCARE AVAILABLE !!!!!!!!!!

Friends, Frolic, and Fun:

Fancy prom hair
Oh! The drama! With a photobomb
Dandelion obssesion.
The dreaded Sticker Bug Eyes

Your Children Say The Darndest Things (I want to be a Recycle Man):

A Peek At Our Week – Aspen- 05/01/23 – 05/05/23 – All About Animals; Animal Babies and Animal Groups.

This week in the Aspen Room it was all about animals!! During group lesson, we engaged in research activities with various non-fiction books, learning all about baby animal names and animal groups. Did you know that some animals like to live alone (solitary) and others live in groups. Aspen further learned that animals that live in groups live together in groups for protection. By living together, they can protect each other from harsh weather conditions (penguins), defend themselves against predators (herd animals), take advantage of large numbers to stay safe, migrate together looking for food, and/or utilize living in groups to help raise their babies. We also learned that animals can live in a variety of climates and environments. As a follow-up work, we utilzed our land, water, nd air activity to explore the concept of animal habitats and the function of animal characteristics. Your Aspen child is now an animal expert! Ask them about what they learned this week!

In Kindergarten Workshop, the Kindergarteners continued their exploration with the Function Of Words Activities. Three of our Aspen, however, Kindergarteners spent a week exploring the Elementary class. During their visit, they learned Elementary routine, explored math and language concepts with Elementary activities, and made new friends! In Readers Workshop, both the Cardinals and Chickadees continued their Unit on Poetry by finishing their Onamatapeoia Poems and explored Hyperbole Poems! We learned that a Hyperbole is an exaggeration, like, ” I’m so tired I could sleep for days”! After reading some Hyperbole Poem examples, we brainstormed and created our own independent Hyperbole poem! In Writers Workshop the Cardinals and Chickadees….

Sensorial Extensions with yhe Pink Tower and Brown Stair!

Stamp Game fun with the Decimal System! Adding units, tens, hundreds, and thousands!

Vocabulary building with the Lotto activity!

More mathematical fun with the Addition Stripboard!

Our caterpillars getting ready to move into their next stage of development!

Peek In Our Week ÷÷÷ Thee Buckeye Room ÷÷÷ Week Of May 1, 2023

Buckeye Room Bulletin

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Animals Groups- 
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 (3 strange days)
Pod of dolphins
Heard of cows, horses, and elephants
CONGRESS of Baboons
Mischief of rats (I am tearing)
Not a Flock Of Seagulls (I ran) but a colony of seagulls

What’s The Diff?
Potatoes au gratin and scalloped potatoes are both potato side dishes involving minimal prep time to make a rich, creamy, starchy treat. These two dishes have many things in common, but there are also subtle differences between the two. I spared you a 6 paragraph explanation and bullet pointed the similarities and differences.

Both are baked.
The potatoes are sliced similarly.
Both are baked.

Au gratin potatoes use breadcrumbs.
Scalloped potatoes don’t use cheese.
Au gratin potatoes are sliced thinner.

Goodbye Allie:

This is Allie’s last week. She was a great addition to the classroom.

May Birthdays: A Montessori classroom prides itself on a multiaged classroom. Here are our newest 5 and 29 year olds.

A Message From Mr. John (The buffet line):

Cultural Subjects:
Your children can now count to ten in 27 languages (English, Latin, Sign Language, Spanish, German, French, Greek, Japanese, Arabic with the Lebanese dialect, Italian, Russian, Romanian, Swedish, Tagalog, Hebrew, Korean, Irish, Kiswahili, Irish, Welsh, Dutch/Flemmish, Polish, Serbo-Croation, Cebuano, Malay, Farsi, Turkish).

Peek In The Classroom: 

The aim of the 9 Layout lesson is to help children understand number placement (1s, 10s, 100s, 1000s) as well as reiterate the association between quantity and numeral. It’s one of the lengthier mathematics activities and is good for encouraging concentration
Excitement ensues when a new work is presented.
The beauty of having the Elementary Program under the same roof as the Primary Program is that we get visitors and get to see what the older students are working on.
This activity encourages the child to associate numbers from 11 – 99 using Seguin Board B and the beads. This activity helps the child link quantity, name, and symbol (concrete and abstract), as well as it prepares him for operations that will be done later on.

Peek Into Next Week:
Line Time- Solar System

Letter Of The Week- I i

Rhyming Word Of The Week- bud

Academic Enrichment:
Line Time: Conjunctions (act like a bridge between two sentences)

Next Week’s Lesson:
Weekly Theme: Prepositions (Where words not Werewolves)

Synonym Of The Week: DULL: dark, dreary, somber, boring, tedious

Sight Words Of The Week: there their

Kinders reenacting a zombie apocalypse.

Upcoming Events:
Field Day/Last Day Of School: Friday, May 25

Friends, Frolic, and Fun:

Ya shoulda seen the other guy!
This looks like a satellite… Sputnik 2
I had to.
They call this making a bridge. I call it a hernia.

Your Children Say The Darndest Things (My bro):

A Peek into the Cherry Blossom Classroom – week of 5/1/23

Focus Lesson: Birds

This week the Blossoms studied Birds! We learned about Bird Classification, or what makes a bird a bird! We know that birds are vertebrates, are warm blooded, are covered in feathers, lay hard shelled eggs, take care of their babies, and have two wings and two feet! We enjoyed looking through many different bird books and learning the names of the different species of birds that we can see outside of our classroom window or at home.

This child is tracing and labeling the bird puzzle. He has found a picture of a robin in the Birds of Ohio book and colored his picture appropriately!
Our class made many different species of birds this week during their trace and label activities using this amazing Birds of Ohio book! We had to hang them up because they were so beautiful!
Bird Week is the best week to wear your flamingo shirt! Twinsies!

Preschool Lesson: Eggs

Preschoolers learned some very big words with Ms. Sam this week. They learned the word Oviparous – which is an animal that lays eggs! We learned that fish, birds, amphibians, reptiles, and insects are all oviparous. But mammals, including humans, are Viviparous – they birth live babies! Our favorite work activity this week was sorting the animals in our science area by weather they lay eggs or don’t lay eggs.

We learned that birds, amphibians, reptiles, fish, and insects all lay eggs in order to reproduce. This means that they are oviparous!

Kindergarten Lesson:

Kindergarteners learned about conjunctions with Mr. John this week in Kindergarten Lesson. Conjunction Junction, what’s your function? I hope you sang that! Writer’s Workshop and Reader’s Workshop continued writing their poetry.

All of our Kindergarten lessons have been connecting lately! We are writing sentences in cursive, using alliteration, and then marking these sentences using our grammar symbols!

We Are Proud of Our Hard Work!

This preschooler has mastered her yellow sound pouch!
This preschooler is learning how to write letter c, what letter c sounds like, and some words that begin with letter c!
This Kindergartener read 45 phonogram sentences and matched the appropriate picture to the sentence!
This preschooler completed the 100 Board!

A Peek Into Next Week!

Focus Lesson: Flowers

Preschool Lesson: Seeds

Kindergarten Lessons: Prepositions, Writing Poetry

Important Dates:

Our Final Bring Your Parents to Work Day is May 10!

Kindergarten Graduation – May 24

Last Day of School – May 25

A Peek At Our Week – Aspen – 04/24/23 – 04/ 28/23 -The Life Cycle Of A Butterfly

This week in the Aspen classroom it was all about the Life Cycle Of A Butterfly, pollination, and flowers! The Dayley family very generously gifted the Aspen classroom caterpillars! The Aspen children have been given the amazing opportunity to learn, observe, and experience the life cycle of butterflies up close. Currently, our butterflies are in the “larva stage,” better known as caterpillars! They are doing what caterpillars do best, which is EAT!!! Aspen learned that there are four stages in the life cycle of a butterfly. A butterfly starts out as an egg on a leaf; the egg will hatch and out comes the caterpillar. The caterpillar will eat the egg it hatched from and will then begin to eat leaves. Once the caterpillar has achieved enough nutrition and has reached maturity, it will move on to its next phase of development: the pupa stage. This is the stage where our caterpillars create a chrysalis and will eventually emerge from the chysalis as a butterfly! The Aspen children will be able to observe each of these stages of the butterfly life cycle. Currently, our butterflies are in the larva stage and are busy eating a special type of nutritional food provided in their container habitats. When they are ready to move into their next phase, they will hang upside down on the lid of the container in the shape of a J. This is an indicator that they will soon build their chysalis. We are keeping a close eye on our caterpillars and are waiting with excitement for this to happen! Once they are in their chrysalis, they will undergo a change! The Aspen students learned that this change is called a metamorphosis. Once the larva emerge from the pupa stage from within their chrysalis, they will now be in the adult stage of their life cycle as butterflies! The Aspen students plan on observing and tracking each stage with pictures and written observations! We will share our butterfly journey with you as well on our blog! A very special thank you to the Dayley family for gifting the Aspen class with such an amazing opportunity!

In Kindergarten Workshop, the Kindergarteners continued their Function Of Words lessons by learning all about adverbs! They learned that adverbs describe the verb and spent their week identifying adverbs and symbolizing sentences. In Readers Workshop and Writers Workshop, the Kindergarteners continued their thematic unit on poetry by reading poems and writing their own! We completed our acrostic poems and wrote our very own onamatapeoia poems! We ended up with some very creative, descriptive, and silly poems!


Working together to identify Phonograms!

The Function Of Words Activity; Symbolizing sentences identifying nouns, verbs, articles, and adjectives!

Happily showing off an accomplishment! Stacking the cubes of the Pink Tower.

Elementary students presenting their Measuring Time With Water experiment!

Some of our current classroom pets! We will keep posting pictures!!

A Peek into the Cherry Blossom Classroom – week of April 24, 2023

Ms. Tonya’s Lesson:

Our Cherry Blossoms began some zoology units with Ms. Tonya this week. We currently have both tadpoles and caterpillars in our classroom! We started the week reviewing the life cycle of a frog from eggs to tadpoles, to tadpoles with legs, to froglets, and then to adult frog. We are using a magnifying glass to observe the tadpoles in the observation container in our classroom and are enjoying feeding them fresh lettuce each day after we have lunch! We also began our life cycle of a butterfly observation booklets. We currently have 5 painted lady caterpillars eating and growing within our classroom. We look forward to watching them complete their whole life cycle before the end of the school year! Lastly, Ms. Tonya introduced the Blossoms to some interesting landforms, animals, and cultures that can be found in the continents of Asia, Africa, Australia, and Antarctica!

Ms. Sam’s Lesson:

Ms. Sam also focused her lessons on the seven continents this week. She reviewed the globe with the Blossoms and introduced them to some vocabulary words such as Equator and Prime Meridian. She also introduced the class to interesting landforms, animals, and cultures found in North America, South America, and Europe! Ms. Sam has been to Europe, so she brought in some objects from her travels for us to observe this week. We loved the nesting dolls, jumping toys, and the Christmas Pyramid!

Kindergarten Lesson:

Kindergarteners continued their study of grammar symbols both in the classroom and with Mr. John this week. They were introduced to adverbs this week. With Ms. Kelley, in Reader’s Workshop, Kindergarteners wrote an Acrostic poem this week with a focus on adjectives. With Ms. Tonya, in Writer’s Workshop, our young writers wrote a List poem about a noun, focusing on using pronouns throughout the middle of their poem.

“This gym is huuuuuggggeeee!”:

We were able to use the gym this week during recess. We played dodgeball and Duck, Duck, Goose with our Aspen friends!

A Peek Into Worktime:

Buddy Works are our favorite works!

These two students are working with Brown Stairs and Pink Tower to build extensions. They use a picture card to figure out the pattern and then recreate the patter with the blocks.
These two children are working together with one of our sound pouches. They work together to practice their letter sounds and then match the object with the correct beginning sound.

A Peek Into Next Week!

Focus Lesson: Birds

Preschool Lesson: Eggs

Kindergarten Lesson: Grammar Symbols and Poetry

Peek In Our Week _-_ Thee Buckeye Room -_- Week Of April 24, 2023

Thee Buckeye Room Bulletin

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Baby Animals- This week we looked at names of baby animals.  I started out by saying that most people call human children “kids” and in reality a kid is a baby goat. with that said here are some other baby animal names.

Bear, lion, tiger- Cub
Cat- Kitten
Dog, seal, walrus- Pup
Cow, elephant, whale- Calf
Goat- Kid
Pig- Piglet
Kangaroo, koala- Joey

I had to pick the cutest babies

Did you know?
A Jiffy is an actual measurement of time. Computer scientists say it’s about 1/100th of a second; electrical engineers clock it at around 1/60th of a second, but physicists view it as the time light takes to travel the radius of an electron. Next, I will research if the terms “tad” and “smidgeon” are actual words for measurements of length. I use those two words often when I get a haircut.

Words from Mr. John (I like what I am seeing):

Cultural Subjects:
Your children can now count to ten in 27 languages (English, Latin, Sign Language, Spanish, German, French, Greek, Japanese, Arabic with the Lebanese dialect, Italian, Russian, Romanian, Swedish, Tagalog, Hebrew, Korean, Hungarian, Irish, Kiswahili, Welsh, Dutch/Flemmish, Polish, Serbo-Croation, Cebuano, Malay, Hindi, Farsi, Turkish).

Enrichments (Art):

Art teacher extraordiniare! Mrs. Varella

Peek In The Classroom:

She is building 10s with color beads bars.
Doing Subtraction with borrowing. Notice how she is pointing to the ten 10s she borrowed from the 100 column?
Our newest reader.
Look who is reading chapter books.

Peek Into Next Week:
Line Time-  Animal Groups

Letter Of The Week- B b

Rhyming Word Of The Week- bud

Academic Enrichment:
Weekly Theme: 
Adverbs, they describe verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs.

Next Week:
Weekly Theme: Conjunctions (they like as a bridge)(and but or)

Synonym Of The Week: BRIGHT: shiny, glowing, dazzling, lighted, vivid

Sight Words Of The Week: which what

AMMS Strong!

Friends, Frolic, and Fun:

The crowd favorites!
What happened to his hand?
You should have seen the other guy.

Your Kids Say The Darndest Things: (Belt Colors)

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