Peek In Our Week ~~~ Thee Buckeye Room ~~~ Week Of May 9, 2022

Thee Buckeye Room Bulletin

Line Time:
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

 

     

 

Did You Know? (They’re The Cheesiest):
Canada eats more macaroni and cheese than any other nation in the world. When it comes to the consumption of boxed mac and cheese, or Kraft Dinner as it’s better known, Canadians eat a whopping 55 per cent more of it a year than Americans do. Out of the 7 million boxes sold weekly around the world, Canadians purchase 1.7 million of them.  The average Canadian was estimated to consume around 27.5 lbs of cheese in 2020, an increase of over 15 percent since 2010, when annual per capita consumption stood at 23.6 lbs.

 

A Message From Mr. John (My fave time of the school day and not the end of it, hehe)

 

 

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)

Enrichments (Library):

Ms. Cat read “I am a Tiger” and “Touch the Brightest Star” in Library Class.

 

Peek In The Classroom:

She is completing multiplication equations using Color Bead Bars.

 

This boy spelled his cat’s name.

 

This boy is cleaning his table after lunch.

 

Peek Into Next Week:
Line Time- Animal groups

Letter Of The Week-I i

Rhyming Word Of The Week- bud

 

Academic Enrichment:
Handwriting:
We practiced writing sentences in cursive.

Next Week’s Lesson:
Weekly Theme: Interjection.  YOY!

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

Sight Words Of The Week: which what

 

Kindergarten Strong!

 

Upcoming Events:
A few days off and other stuff.

DAYS OFF:
-No School: Monday, May 30th (Memorial Day)

OTHER STUFF:
Mr. John’s Birthday:  I can not wait!!!!   Ya right. Make me feel better with cream filled donuts with maple frosting and yes I know maple flavor is an old man’s flavor.

Field Day/Last Day Of School: Thursday, June 2nd

 

Friends, Frolic, and Fun:

You should’ve seen the other guy.

 

The dreaded Raspberry Fingers

 

A boy pretending to sleep and a girl trying to wake him.

 

Work hard. Play hard!

 

 

 

 

 


Peek At Our Week – Cherry Blossom – Week of 5/9/22

A Peek At Our Week in the Cherry Blossom Classroom!

This week was all about SEEDS!  We learned about what is inside of a seed, how seeds spread and why they need to, the three things a seed needs to grow, and how they grow from a seed to a plant!  We took some time to use a magnifying glass  to look at different types of seeds close up.  And we planted some seeds in our plant viewer!  We can’t wait to see what happens next!

 

Operation Chrysalis!

Our caterpillars formed their chrysalises this week!  We were so excited to watch the entire process: from the caterpillars forming their J shape, shedding their exoskeletons one last time, and forming their chrysalis.  We also moved our future butterflies into the butterfly house so we can continue observing.

 

Enrichment Spotlight!

We love Friday mornings when we practice ASL with Ms. Emily!  This week Ms. Sam taught us a song about seeds and Ms. Emily taught us how to sign it!

 

Overheard in the Classroom…

Living things need food, water, air… and FISH STICKS!

 

“We’re counting our numbers together!”

“YAY MATH!!!”

Peek Into Next Week!

Focus Topic:  Butterflies, Bees, Seeds, and Flowers

Important Dates:

May 30: Memorial Day – No School

June 2: Field Day and LAST DAY OF SCHOOL!

 

 


Peek In Our Week <><><> Thee Buckeye Room <><><> Week Of May 2, 2022

Thee Buckeye Room Bulletin

Line Time (International Festival Stuff):

The controlled chaos of the International Festival practice.

 

Did You Know?
The Eiffel Tower was originally intended for Barcelona
The Spanish city thought the design was too ugly, so Gustave Eiffel pitched it to Paris instead, as a temporary landmark during its 1889 International Exposition. French critics didn’t like it much either though.

 

 

A Message From Mr. John (Where did I put that thing?):

 

 

Cultural Subjects:
Your children can now count to ten in 26 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).

May Birthdays:
The Montessori classroom prides itself on having students from 3 to 6 years of age.  Here is our newest 4 year old student.

 

Good Bye to Miss Emily:
Miss Emily was our high school intern for the year.  She did a wonderful job fitting in with our classroom, teaching your children, and being part of Thee Buckeye Room team.  She is furthering her education at the University of Akron and majoring in Speech Therapy.  We will miss her and wish her luck with her schooling (although she does not need luck, lol).  The pics below.. one is a nice calm picture and the other is a group hug resulting in bedlam.

  

 

 

International Festival Festivities (YOUR CHILDREN ROCKED IT!):

 

   

 

 

Follow the link!

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Peek In The Classroom:

Three children working on the Triangle Construction Boxes found in the Sensorial Area. The Constructive Triangles are used to demonstrate that all plane geometric figures can be constructed from triangles and to prepare the child for later work in geometry.  What shapes do you see?

 

Two proud girls making a creation with the Number Rods and Red Rods. As you can tell it is a mirror image and was carefully and meticulously created.

 

He is tracing the continent of Asia. He will trace the control map and he will color the countries.

 

She is working on Knobbless Cylinders found in the Sensorial area. The purpose of these cylinders is to develop child’s fine-motor movements, concentration, hand-eye coordination, and visual perception of dimension. Do you notice how she is finding the relationship (height) between the green and blue cylinders?

 

Peek Into Next Week:
Line Time- Animal Babies

Letter Of The Week: A a

Rhyming Word Of The Week- bib

Foreign Language: Turkish (finally)

 

Academic Enrichment:
Line Time: We added the conjunction to our stable of parts of speech.  The conjunction acts as a bridge between two sentences and make a sentence flow better.

Handwriting:
We practiced writing sentences in cursive.

Next Week’s Lesson:
Weekly Theme: Preposition.  It is a where word not a werewolf!

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

Sight Words Of The Week: there their

 

This is a project the Kindergarten Students completed.  They tracked and measured the growth of this shoot over a few weeks.  They also drew and colored pictures of the progress.

Picture 1- 4/12/22, 8 inches, 20 cm

Picture 2- 4/15/22, 12 inches, 30 cm

Picture 3- 4/21/2022, 17 inches, 34 cm

Picture 4-  They realized the plant was very similar to a work found in the classroom.

    

 

                                      

 

Upcoming Events:
A few days off and other stuff.

DAYS OFF:
-No School: Monday, May 30th (Memorial Day)

OTHER STUFF:
Mr. John’s Birthday:  All gifts will be accepted and appreciated. 

Field Day/Last Day Of School: Thursday, June 2nd

 

Friends, Frolic, and Fun:

Uh oh! I know I am in trouble when I get this face

 

The Great Cornholio. Bragging rights to those who get this reference without Googling.

 

This is how you get EVERY shred of cheese.

 

Finally! A RACOON!

 

 

 

 

 


Peek at Our Week – Cherry Blossom – Week of 5/2/22

A Peek At Our Week in the Cherry Blossom Classroom!

We are READY for International Festival!  We have learned so much about Africa and our individual countries.  We are proud of the research books that we made and hope that you enjoy looking through them with your child at home.  Thank you, parents, for all of your help to make this program a great success.  We are SO PROUD of your children!

 

We had a special visitor from Australia come see us.  She introduced us to animals, people, plants, and money that you can find in Australia.  We loved learning about where Nemo comes from and how loud the Kookaburra is!

 

Operation Caterpillars!

For the month of May, we will be learning about butterflies, bees, seeds, and flowers!  We started with butterflies!  We are raising 5 Painted Lady Butterflies in our classroom.  This week we watched our very hungry caterpillars grow and grow.  We talked about shedding exoskeletons, caterpillar poop, and the life cycle of a butterfly.  We are so excited to continue watching this metamorphosis!

 

Indoor Recess!

Rain, rain, go away!  Come again another day!  Little children want to play!  Rain, rain, go away!  We’ve been making the most of the rainy weather by working on some skills in the gym.  We learned how to use frisbees, practiced our soccer skills, and played ball with friends.

 

HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY!

A very Happy Mother’s Day to all of the moms we have in our classroom.  You are all amazing and we hope you have a wonderful weekend.

 

Peek Into Next Week!

Focus Topic:  Butterflies, Bees, Seeds, and Flowers

Important Dates:

May 30: Memorial Day – No School

June 2: Field Day and LAST DAY OF SCHOOL!

 

 


Peek In Our Week === Thee Buckeye Room === Week Of April 25, 2022

Thee Buckeye Room Bulletin

Line Time:

It was “All About Australia”  A parent came in and talked about the flora and fauna of Australia. The children were engaged and happy for the visit.

      

 

Did you know? (OK, Now I itch. My eyelashes, eye brows, eyes, scalp, ears, all itch).

What are the mites on your eyelashes?
Eyelash mites are tiny cigar-shaped bugs found in bunches at the base of your eyelashes. They’re normal and usually harmless, unless you have too many of them. Also known as demodex, each mite has four pairs of legs that make it easy to grip tube, shaped things, like your lashes.  Just about every adult human alive has a population living on them, and they’re basically impossible to get rid of. Luckily, they’re harmless for most people.  Am I freaking you out?

   

 

 

A Message From Mr. John: (Ear Bug!  More creepy crawlies, not really)

You know what to do and what to expect!

 

Cultural Subjects:
Your children can now count to ten in 26 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).

Enrichments (Art):

This week’s project focused on giraffes.

 

Peek In The Classroom:

Here are some students help carrying the take home folder box and the snack crate to the room.

 

He made his creation with the combination of the Brown Stairs and Pink Tower. I t reminds me of the Sears Tower. this creation is referred to as an “extension”. Sensorial extensions provide multiple opportunities to revisit these materials over and over again. Children create interesting patterns, stretch their imagination and usually work in a small group of peers which is a wonderful way to practice sharing and collaboration.

 

Kinders working on their language workbooks.

 

She is working on the 45 Layout found in the Math area. This layout will help your child to visualize and develop an understanding of place value, order of numbers, and concentration. This work is very large and can take some time. It can take time to build the concentration to complete the entire layout.

 

Peek Into Next Week:
Line Time-  International Festival stuff

Letter Of The Week- N/A

Rhyming Word Of The Week- N/A

 

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

Handwriting:
We practiced writing sentences in cursive.

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

Synonym Of The Week: N/A

Sight Words Of The Week: N/A

Kinders looking scared. I think I may have told them that I am giving them homework over the weekend.

 

Upcoming Events:
International Festival (REHEARSAL): Wednesday, May 4 at 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm …
Cuyahoga Falls high School/Big Auditorium (details to follow)

International Festival (MAIN EVENT): Friday, May 6 at 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm …
Cuyahoga Falls high School/Big Auditorium (details to follow)

 

Friends, Frolic, and Fun:

You should have seen the other guy.

 

The Hippy Movement is alive and well. My sister was a hippy and my parents were NOT happy! This picture reminds me of this song…If you’re going to San Francisco – be sure to wear some flowers in your hair. Follow the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7I0vkKy504U         Do you see the swing photo bomb.

 

Our game faces. We are in competition with who is getting their haircut first

 

And…… I didn’t ask!

 

 

 

 

 

 


Peek at our Week – Cherry Blossom – week of 4/18/22

A Peek At Our Week in the Cherry Blossom Classroom!

We have had such a busy week in the Cherry Blossom class!  We continued our study of Africa, we took a field trip, celebrated some birthdays, wrote some books, and met a hedgehog!

This week we designed our own African necklaces.

 

We met an African Dwarf Hedgehog named Daisy!

 

Our favorite authors have begun writing books featuring animals that you can find in Africa, such as elephants, lions, and hippos! We are encouraging the children to write their own words in their books. Look for more information about this method of teaching writing soon!  They’ll also include a cover that has a title, a picture, and their name as the author! After they have finished, they can sit in the reading area and read their books!

 

We had a wonderful time at our field trip to the Sieberling Nature Realm!  We used our 5 senses to explore the hiking trail.  We explored what the bark feels like on different types of trees, saw some different early spring wildflowers, and a blue heron flew right over us! Inside the Nature Realm, we got up close to a box turtle!

 

Happy Birthday!

A very Happy Birthday to our newest 6 year old and our newest 5 year old!

 

Overheard in the Classroom…

“Hey dude… how are you liking your book?”

 

Peek Into Next Week!

Focus Topic:  Africa and Mother’s Day!

Important Dates:

May 4: International Festival Rehearsal (not a dress rehearsal)

May 6: International Festival

 


Peek In Our Week ::::: Thee Buckeye Room ::::: Week Of April 18, 2022

Thee Buckeye Room Bulletin

Line Time:
Just working on International Festival stuff.  

Practicing our songs with Ms. Lisa (Music Teacher)

 

Did You Know?:
It is impossible to hum while holding your nose?

It is because when you hum, you are actually exhaling, so if both your mouth and your nose is closed, the air can’t escape. So, although you can hum for a very brief few second or two, you will be forced to open your mouth and catch your breath. AND I bet you tried this!!!!! Lol

 

 

A Message From Mr. John (Parent Revenge Week Part 2): 

 

Cultural Subjects:
Your children can now count to ten in 26 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).

Earth Day:

Happy Earth Day. Keep our Earth clean. It is the only planet we have.

 

Who Really Runs This Show?:
The office staff has a plethora of tasks that they complete on a daily/weekly/monthly/yearly basis.  They are always smiling and make the school run smoothly.  Kudos to Kelly and Sandy.

    

 

Peek In Our Classroom:

These are my Kindergarten students setting up for lunch. They set up tables, get chairs, and put out placemats.

 

He is working on the Blue Triangles found in the Sensorial area. The purpose is to show the “constructive power” (or analyzing power) of the triangle by exploring all possible shapes using only two triangles. Preparation for geometry: to show that all plane figures constructed with straight lines are composed of triangles.

 

Ms. Angela presenting letter sounds to a preschool student.

 

Miss Angela helping a Kindergarten Student with a preschooler proudly photo bombing the number 9.

 

Peek Into Next Week:
Line Time- International Festival

Letter Of The Week- N/A

Rhyming Word Of The Week- N/A

Next Language is not until the International Festival

 

Upcoming Events:
International Festival (REHEARSAL): Wednesday, May 4 at 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm …
Cuyahoga Falls high School/Big Auditorium (details to follow)

International Festival (MAIN EVENT): Friday, May 6 at 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm …
Cuyahoga Falls high School/Big Auditorium (details to follow)

 

Academic Enrichment:
Weekly Theme: Adjectives, they describe nouns and pronouns.

Handwriting:
We practiced writing sentences in cursive.

Next Week’s Lesson:
Weekly Theme: Adverbs (describes verbs {adjectives and other adverbs})

Synonym Of The Week: N/A

Sight Words Of The Week: N/A

My Kindergarten Students acting out an adjective.

 

Friends, Frolic, and Fun:

Ya Shouldah Seen The Other Guy!

 

Most of the time you just don’t ask. This time I did. She was seeing how long her hair was.

 

Just look at their expressions on their faces.

 

Stubborn? Ya think?

 

 

 


Peek In Our Week %%% The Buckeye Class %%% Week of April 11, 2022

Thee Buckeye Room Bulletin

Line Time:
More International Festival stuff!

Pray for Ukraine

 

Did You Know? (Yellow Stop Signs, are you kidding me?):
In 1922, the American Association of State Highway Officials met to determine a standard design for stop signs, and that’s where they decided on the color—yellow. Wait, what? Yes, according to Business Insider, because they thought that yellow would grab drivers’ attention. They’d also considered red, but there was no dye available at the time that wouldn’t eventually fade. By 1954, however, sign makers had access to fade-resistant porcelain enamel, and could finally start making stop signs the red color we recognize today.

 

 

A Message From Mr. John (It is a Family Affair):

 

FYI… My dad despised this show. For what reason I do not know.

 

Cultural Subjects:
Your children can now count to ten in 26 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).

Know Your Languages (Turkish):
Faked you out again.  Not until after the International Festival

 

Room Visitors:

Lower Elementary let us use a sheep brain 🧠

 

We had Sonic the Hedgehog. Actually, her name is Daisy.

 

Peek In The Classroom:

Ms. Emily, our high school intern reads to a couple of boys. Emily’s time with us is winding down.

 

These students are raking turns walking in the maze. One of the most popular extension works is making the Maze with the Red Rods. Using a laminated card that shows the picture of The Maze, the children build a winding path that uses the longest rods first and then the smallest rods to make the interior. The students have to use visual discrimination skills to decide where the rods need to be placed in order to make The Maze work. Once completed, the children may quietly take off their shoes and walk inside The Maze taking careful steps to ensure that they do not bump a Red Rod out of place. Taking turns and waiting patiently are also important parts of doing this work cooperatively with a classmate, as only one child at a time is allowed inside The Maze.

 

This girl is sewing. Sewing is a wonderful Montessori practical life activity. Not only is it great for developing skills such as fine-motor coordination and concentration, but many sewing projects have added value as “real work” projects children can complete.

 

These students are working together “setting a table” activity. Setting up the table for a meal is an easy job for children to accomplish. If you model how to do the job and have all the things easily accessible, children will quickly take over how to do this themselves. Some people like to use template mats to show younger children where to place things. For example, with an outline of a fork, spoon, knife, and bowl/ plate.

 

Peek Into Next Week:
Line Time- International Festival stuff

Letter Of The Week- No letter of the week

Rhyming Word Of The Week- No rhyming word of the week

Next Language is Turkish but not until after the International Festival


Academic Enrichment:
Weekly Theme: Pronouns.  Pronouns take the place of a noun and at times makes are lives easier.  The pronouns we went over were he(boy), she(girl),  it(not used for people because it is rude), we(a group of two or more we belong two), they(a group of two or more we do not belong to), you.

 

 

Handwriting:
We practiced writing sentences in cursive.

Next Week’s Lesson:
Weekly Theme: Adjectives (describes nouns)

Synonym Of The Week: No synonyms this week

Sight Words Of The Week: No sight words of the week

 

Upcoming Events:
A few days off and other stuff.

DAYS OFF:
-No School: Easter Monday, April 18

OTHER STUFF:
International Festival (REHEARSAL): Wednesday, May 4 at 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm …
Cuyahoga Falls high School/Big Auditorium (details to follow)

International Festival (MAIN EVENT): Friday, May 6 at 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm …
Cuyahoga Falls high School/Big Auditorium (details to follow)

 

Friends, Frolic, and Fun:

Who has not done this at least once in our lifetime?

 

You should’ve seen the other guy.

 

Kindergarten girl love.

 

My Buckeye Girl with her debit card!

 

 

 

 


Peek at our Week – Cherry Blossom – Week of 4/11/22

A Peek At Our Week in the Cherry Blossom Classroom!

We continued our study of the seven continents this week.  We practiced a song to help us remember all of their names – see if your child can sing it for you at home!  Hint – We always start with North America if they need a little reminder. 🙂

 

We introduced Continent Boxes this week as well.  We have a box for each continent and it includes landmarks and pictures of the people, places, and animals we could see if we were to visit different countries.

 

We continued researching our individual African countries for the International Festival.  This week we focused on the flag for our respective countries.  We created a beautiful bulletin board outside of our classroom to showcase all of the different areas of Africa we are studying!

 

Enrichment Spotlight – Music with Ms. Lisa!

We are practicing some very special songs that we will perform at the International Festival in Music Class.  But Ms. Lisa also introduced us to a fun song – John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt!  We had so much fun waking up the person who was “sleeping”!

 

 

Our Field Trip to Seiberling Nature Realm is on Thursday!

We are VERY EXCITED to take this trip and look for signs of spring in nature!

Peek Into Next Week!

Focus Topic:  Africa!

Important Dates:

April 18: NO SCHOOL – Easter Monday

April 21: Field Trip to Sieberling Nature Realm

May 4: International Festival Rehearsal

May 6: International Festival


Peek In Our Week /\/\/\ Thee Buckeye Room /\/\/\ Week Of April 4, 2022

Thee Buckeye Room Bulletin

Line Time:
Just working on International Festival stuff.  We went over the continents of North and South America.  We learned about different cultures, food, and traditions about different countries in both of these continents. 

She is so proud of her coloring skills and coloring each state the same colors as the Puzzle Map. Can I say “color” anymore times in this caption?

 

Did You Know? (No Melanoma Poisoning!):
Eating veggies has plenty of health benefits, but it also has cosmetic ones, according to researchers at Leeds University and the University at St. Andrews. They found that those who consumed vegetables with high levels of red and yellow pigments had a healthy yellow glow compared to those who did not. This is due to a process called “carotenoid colorization.”

Ooopsie Daisey on the spray sunscreen.

 

A Message From Mr. John (Another near death experience and The Exit/Chicago):

 

Know Your Languages (Farsi):
Nope…. Not until after the International Festival.

Cultural Subjects:
Your children can now count to ten in 26 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).

April Birthdays:
A Montessori classroom prides itself on a mixed aged classroom of ages between 2 1/2 and 6.  Here is our newest 5 and 6 year old students.

 

Scenes From The Breakfast Club (I would say 18 out of 20 families was a successful turnout. Thank you for coming!!!!!!!):

 

 

   

 

 

Peek In The Classroom:

She is working on the Ten Board. The purpose of the Montessori Tens Board with Beads, also called Seguin Board B or Seguin Board 2 teaches a child (3-5 yo approx.) to associate the quantities and symbols from 10 to 90. Using the Tens Boards, the child explores the number names of the tens and the sequence of numbers 11–99. ******* Notice her pattern she created *******

 

She is working on beginning consonant blends. Research has found that good readers know the letter sounds and know how to separate and blend the sounds in a word. The ability to hear and separate individual sounds within a word (phonemic awareness), and then to blend those sounds into a word, is basic to reading and spelling.

 

She is working on the First Introduction To Decimals. In the Decimal System, the children first explore the golden bead materials sensorially. They learn from concrete to abstract, combining the golden beads with the abstract color coded numerals, building their association of quantity and symbol.

 

Ms. Angela leading a seed planting project.

 

Peek Into Next Week:
Line Time- International Festival Stuff

Letter Of The Week- No letter of the week

Rhyming Word Of The Week- No rhyming word of the week

Next Language is Farsi (psych! not until after the International Festival)

 

Upcoming Events:
A few days off and other stuff.

DAYS OFF:
-No Aftercare: Good Friday, April 15   ** Pick up your child by 3:00pm **
-No School: Easter Monday, April 18

OTHER STUFF:
International Festival (REHEARSAL): Wednesday, May 4 at 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm …
Cuyahoga Falls high School/Big Auditorium (details to follow)

International Festival (MAIN EVENT): Friday, May 6 at 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm …
Cuyahoga Falls high School/Big Auditorium (details to follow)

 

Academic Enrichment:
Weekly Theme: Articles a, an, the.  “A” goes with all the consonants.  “An” is a bit pickier and she goes with only vowels.  “The” is not so picky and he goes with anything.

Handwriting:
We practiced writing sentences in cursive.

Next Week’s Lesson:
Weekly Theme: Pronouns

Synonym Of The Week: No synonym this week

Sight Words Of The Week: No sight words this week

I am just not sure what I asked them to do for the picture.

 

 

Friends, Frolic, and Fun:

Snake feeding draws a crowd and a sore back for Mr. John, lol

 

My kinder boys hanging out.

 

That’s some fancy hair!

 

A rite of passage…. pierced ears