Peek In Our Week ^^ Buckeye Room ^^ Week Of September 27, 2021

The Buckeye Room Bulletin

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This past week we learned about Mammals.  Mammals are vertebrates (have a spine or backbone), warm blooded (their body temperature does not change), have hair or fur, live bearers, and eat/drink mother’s milk when young.  Some mammals live in the water such as dolphins and whales.  The only mammal that can fly is the bat! Cats, dogs, elephants, and rats are mammals.  Oh, and people are mammals as well. “Are we not men? We are MAMMALS………. ”



I have to do this every year…. If you want to play Six Degrees Of Separation for DEVO, Mark Mothersbaugh’s (front man for DEVO) brother does the confirmation classes for my church.  Also, I do childcare at the church and I have cared for his niece’s children.  I know useless but interesting information.  Bonus trivia: Mark Mothersbaugh went to Woodridge High School.


Did you know?
Since football season is upon us it would be apropos to share this knowledge of the defensive term of “Blitz”.  The term “Blitz” comes from the German word blitzkrieg, which means, “lightning war.” In World War II, the Germans employed this tactic which emphasized mobile forces attacking with speed and surprise.



A Message From Mr. John (Music Fills My Soul):



Cultural Subjects:
Your children can now count to ten in 10 languages (English, Latin, Sign Language, Spanish, German, French, Greek, Japanese, Arabic in the Lebanese Dialect).

Know Your Languages (Arabic With The Lebanese Dialect):



Peek In The Classroom:

This girl is working on the Number Rods that is found in the Math area. The Number Rods help children learn the names of numbers and their sequence and learn to correctly associate between the spoken number and its quantity. Children grow to understand that each rod represents a unique quantity and that each number is represented by a single object as a whole, separate from others.


She is working on the Table top Number Rods which is exactly the same as the above mentioned Number Rods but smaller.


This boy is working on the Introduction To The Decimal System. 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. Notice how this boy has an very interested observer.


This boy is working on the Knobless Cylinders with the corresponding work named the Knobbed Cylinders. Do you notice how he is finding the relationship between the two works?


Peek Into Next Week:
Line Time- Reptiles

Letter Of The Week- G g

Rhyming Word Of The Week- bid

Next Language is Italian


Academic Enrichment aka kindergarten:
Biggest to smallest where we live- We discovered we live in the vast galaxy of the Milky Way (not the candy bar), then we are still in space and live in a group of planets called The Solar System. Then the planet we live is the planet Earth.  Once we touched down we found we live in the Northwestern Hemisphere and live on the continent of North America.  Once we found land we live in the country of The United States Of America and live in the great state of Ohio (Go Buckeyes).  We all live in Summit County but live in different cities and have different addresses and phone numbers. What a journey it was!


Two students are missing and where did they go? They don’t know.


We practiced writing in cursive Ss, Tt, Uu

Next Week:
Weekly Theme: Landforms

Synonym Of The Week: ACTIVE: lively, energetic, dynamic, vigorous

 Sight Words Of The Week: you his


Upcoming Events:
Picture Day- Tuesday, October 5, 2021 

Halloween Party- Friday, October 29, 2021 (details to follow)


Frolic, Friends, and Fun:

I am not sure what is being discussed but I am afraid there is going to be a coup.




Oh she knows when a camera is pointing her way.


Yah shoulda seen the other guy (her arm).


Your Kids Say The Darndest Things (I Like School):




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