Monthly Archives: April 2014

Fine motor control

Last night we welcomed our incoming junior kindergarten students to our classrooms. We had many fine motor activities set up for the students to explore. We spoke with families about different games and things they could do to strengthen the … Continue reading

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Student Voice – outdoor classroom

Our school is working on generating funds for a new outdoor classroom. Today the Eco club came to visit and talk with our students. They showed us a few pictures and asked us what we would want to see in … Continue reading

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Our discovery at the pond

We walked to the pond and looked closely for signs of spring. Look what we discovered! In class we recorded some of our wonderings. I wonder if a Beaver ate the trees. I wonder if a squirrel ate the tree. … Continue reading

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2D to 3D

This year we have focused our learning on the differences between two-dimensional and three-dimensional objects and artwork. In the beginning of the year most students made flat crafts. They also pressed playdough to the table and created two-dimensional pieces. Through … Continue reading

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Looking Closely at The Forest

In the last week of March our class was able to visit the Forest. We compared the changes we saw from our trip there last October. Here is a short video book of our trip. The class noticed a lot … Continue reading

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