Peek In Our Week … Thee Buckeye Room … Week Of October 17, 2022

Thee Buckeye Room Bulletin

Line Time:
We learned fish are vertebrates or they have a backbone or a spine.  They are cold blooded (their body temperature changes to the temperature around them) and have slimy and scaly skin.  The unique thing about fish is that some fish are born alive and some fish are born with jelly eggs.  Some examples of fish are Trout, Bass, Sharks, and Swordfish.  And one more important point is that fish live in water.

Jabber Jaw

Did You Know?
It is physically impossible for you to lick your elbow.
This is because the average upper arm is too long for our tongues to be able to reach our elbows. Go on, try it. 

Message From Mr. John (Do you believe in the jinx?):

Cultural Subjects:
Your children can now count to ten in 13 languages (English, Latin, Sign Language, Spanish, German, French, Greek, Japanese, Arabic in the Lebanese Dialect, Italian, Russian, Romanian, Swedish).

Know Your Languages (Swedish):

Specials Spot (Science/Density): Be sure to look in Transparent Classroom for more pictures of science.

Shake shake shake, shake your bottle (tune to KC and The Sunshine Band song). Oil and water do not mix and oil is less dense than water.
I challenged my students if they shake the bottle and it remained mixed for ten minutes I would give them a dollar. Wow! That caused a stir and some would say… chaos!!!

Peek In The Classroom:

He is working on the Number Rods. The Number Rods introduce the child to quantity 1–10 and their corresponding number names. Through exploration with the material, the child also develops concepts in sequence of number, combinations of 10 and basic arithmetic. The material consists of 10 wooden rods, divided into units by alternating colors of red and blue, progressing in 10 equal steps.
He is working on the South American puzzle map that is found in the Cultural Subject area. Maps are used in every type of classroom to help students memorize continents and countries, but memorization is only one benefit. Montessori students use these maps to gain a deeper, more rich understanding of how countries fit together and their relative sizes.
This boy traced the continent of South America, colored and labeled the countries.
These girls traced, colored, and labeled different animals. This activity enhances concentration and fine motor skills.

Peek Into Next Week:
Line Time- Birds

Letter Of The Week- J j

Rhyming Word Of The Week- bip

Next Language is Tagalog

Academic Enrichment aka Kindergarten:
This week we talked about the parts of plants, arachnids, and  insects.

Next Week:
Weekly Theme: Telling Time To The Hour

Synonym Of The Week: COLD: freezing, chilly, frigid, frozen, cool  

Sight Words Of The Week: use your

Just some cool Kindergarten Students

Upcoming Events:
Halloween Party/Trunk or Treat: 
Friday, October 28, 2022 (details in email)

Bring Your Parent To Work:

P/T CONFERENCES- Friday, November, 11, 2022 (follow the link to sign up!/showSignUp/4090B48A8A92DA6F94-20224)                                                         **** NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS ****

THANKSGIVING BREAK- Wednesday, November 24 to Sunday November 28 (returning Monday, November 29)

Friends, Frolic, and Fun:

The dreaded Orange Eyes
This guy is being stealth.
Goofy faces in thee Buckeye Room
If I did this I’d be in traction in the ER.

Your Child Says The Darndest Things (My sick dog):

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