September PicsSunday, October 04, 2015
We had such a wonderful September learning about school and making new friends. Here are a few pictures from the past month!!
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Apple WeekFriday, October 02, 2015
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Friday, October 02, 2015
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Where does our food come from?Thursday, October 01, 2015
The children know that all living things need food or nutrients to survive, but where does the food we eat come from? After reading Make Mine Ice Cream where the children learned that ice cream comes from a cow's milk and then reading Peanuts to Peanut Butter learning that peanut butter is made from a plant, the children had the opportunity to see that sugar is also made from a plant. We then used sugar and spun it into...cotton candy! Learning where our food comes from sure tastes sweet!
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Tuesday, September 29, 2015
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Rain in the ClassroomTuesday, September 29, 2015
Today we made it rain - in the classroom!!
We used shaving cream to represent the clouds. Then we dropped colored water on the clouds to make it rain.
We know that clouds are really made of water droplets. When the clouds get full of water, sometimes it rains!
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September NewsTuesday, September 29, 2015
What a great start to the year it has been. We have all been working so hard and getting our routines mastered. We have been working on building our reading lives and reading longer and stronger during reading workshop. We have been writing narrative small moment stories. In math we have been learning addition and subtraction strategies to help us problem solve. We are so excited for what October has to bring. Take a look at the pictures of us working in action.
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Chapin Forest 2015Monday, September 28, 2015
We had quite an exciting time at Chapin Forest! The students participated in a soil lab and used the properties of soil to discover what their mystery soil was, then modeled the different types of soil. We went on a hike and observed different rocks common to the region.
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