Peek In Our Week ||| Thee Buckeye Room ||| Week Of November 7, 2022

Thee Buckeye Room Bulletin

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  We traveled back in time and discovered some fascinating things about certain dinosaurs.  We learned that dinosaurs no longer exist and that they are extinct.  We know dinosaurs exist because scientist found their bones or fossils.  From these fossil we saw that some teeth were long and sharp to tear flesh from it’s prey which belonged to meat eaters or carnivores (T Rex).  Some teeth were flat for grinding plants, leaves, and branches and belonged to plant eaters or herbivores (Brachiosauras).

Who remembers Dinosaurs?  Not the Momma!

Our little Paleontologists. Wasn’t Ross on Friends one of these?

Did You Know?
The “German” part of German chocolate cake comes from an American man—not a European country. Specifically, it’s named after Sam German, who in 1852 created the formula for a mild dark baking chocolate bar for Baker’s Chocolate Company, which was subsequently named Baker’s German’s Sweet Chocolate. Fast-forward to June 13, 1957. The Dallas Morning Star published the recipe for the cake, invented and submitted by a reader identified as Mrs. George Clay, according to What’s Cooking America.

Message From Mr. John (I Love What I Do):

Cultural Subjects: Your children can now count to ten in 16 languages (English, Latin, Sign Language, Spanish, German, French, Greek, Japanese, Arabic in the Lebanese Dialect, Italian, Russian, Romanian, Swedish, Tagalog, Hebrew, Korean)

Know Your Languages (Korean):

Specials Spot (Art):

Pin pricking is good for fine motor skills.

November Birthdays:
A Montessori classroom has mixed ages from 3 to 6. Here are our newest 4 and 6 year old students.

He is holding up 6 in sign language.

Peek In The Classroom:

She is working on exchanging 10 units for 1 ten, 10 tens for 1 hundred, and 10 hundreds for 1 thousand. Did you guess the magic number is 10?
Sorting is an activity students begin to enjoy as they enter the sensitive period for order. In a world so big, order gives them a sense of control and comfort. One way children create order is through categorizing, or sorting.
The key purpose of the Moveable Alphabet is to prepare children for writing, reading, and spelling. The child’s use of the material progresses from single words, to phrases, and eventually to stories. In this way, the Moveable Alphabet teaches children how to symbolize their own thoughts, and begin to write creatively.
My readers doing an impromptu reading session.

Peek Into Next Week:
Letter Of The Week- M m

Rhyming Word Of The Week- bop

Next Language is Hungarian

Academic Enrichment:
Weekly Theme:
Telling Time To the Quarter Past

Next Week:
Weekly Theme: Currency, Bills and Coins

Synonym Of The Week: No Synonym of the week this week

Sight Words Of The Week: been down

Kinder Strong

Upcoming Events:
Wednesday, November 23 to Sunday (Returning Monday, November 29)

Bring Your Parent To Work:

Friends, Frolic, and Fun:

A rite of passage… Losing teeth.
Finally another racoon.
He was guarding his birthday donuts from Mr. John.
Her shirt…. Geez does she have it right.

Your Kids Say The Darndest Things (My Dogs):

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