Healthy Habits- This week we learned how stay healthy. We learned that we need to wash our hands thoroughly and keep our whole bodies clean by taking shower, baths, washing our hair, and brushing our teeth. We now know how long to wash our hands by singing the ABC’s which is a good idea but we decided it would be too difficult to sing while brushing out teeth. Another way to keep healthy is to cover our sneezes and coughs with the inside of our elbow to trap germs from flying all over the place. Another healthy habit is to get enough sleep to rest our bodies and our minds. Exercise such as running, biking, climbing, and even walking leads to a healthy body and mind. We discovered if we eat healthy food like fruits, vegetables, protein, and limited sweets that is good for our bodies. More on that next week.
A Message From Mr. John (What you talkin about Willis?):
Honeybees flap their wings 230 times every second. That is A LOT of cardio!!!!
Your children can now count to ten in 6 languages (English, Latin, Sign Language, Spanish, German, French) Also, I will be posing a video with the language added for that week. Oh ya, take a gander at the video below.
Know Your Languages (Greek):
New Addition to the Classroom/ Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches:
Peek In The Classroom:
Peek Into Next Week:
Line Time- Food Groups
Letter Of The Week- D d
Rhyming Word Of The Week- bag
Next Language is Japanese
Picture Day: Wednesday September 21, 2022
Just In… Ramseyer Farms on Friday, September 30, 2022.
Academic Enrichment aka Kindergarten:
Hemispheres- The kindergarten students and I went over hemispheres, The Equator, and The Prime Meridian. Actually, the hemispheres are made by The Equator and the Prime Meridian. The North and South Hemisphere are created by The Equator and the East and West Hemisphere are created by the Prime Meridian. We delved further and identified the Northwestern, Northeastern, Southwestern, and Southeastern Hemispheres. That was not as daunting as one would expect.
Weekly Theme: North America/surrounding waters/bordering countries
Synonym Of The Week: SLOW, unhurried, gradual, sluggish, stagnant, lethargic
Sight Words Of The Week: see her
Frolic, Friends, and Fun:
Your Child says The Dardest Things (Didn’t your mom say NOT to put things up your nose?):