Monthly Archives: March 2014

Primary 3 Weather Watcher March 24-28

Our class has had an exciting and busy week! Our focal point has been the weather. We started  our study with the water cycle.  From the water cycle we explored different kinds of clouds, how they form, and all forms  of precipitation. Everyone enjoyed making their own “cloud work”. On Friday, we did two experiments… Read more…

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March 28, 2014

  We are busy working on a few new language works. The children are really interested in opening containers and placing objects inside them, which is a fine motor skill and also helps develop the concepts of inside, empty, and full. We are working on animals and their sounds, colors, and parts of the body…. Read more…

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Primary 3 “The Luck of the Irish” March 10-14 2014

 !    JPG May “The Luck of the Irish” be with you! We had a grand week learning about Ireland, the Emerald  Isle. In addition to learning about  Ireland , we read about the life and work of St. Patrick and explored the myths and legends associated with this this beautiful green country. The children’s favorite… Read more…

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March 14, 2014

Thursday and Friday are parent teacher conferences. If you have not yet scheduled a time, please text or call me. It is fascinating to watch these children; I am so privileged to get to spend this time with them. This week has been full of milestones. Wednesday, Alex made it all the way through the… Read more…

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Primary 3 “The Land Before” Time March 4-7

During the past week, we continued our study of dinosaurs. We learned about the early dinosaurs that inhabited the seas and the  dinosaurs that lived roamed the earth during the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous periods of the Mesozoic Era.  Many of our students have decided that they would like to be paleontologists ! They would… Read more…

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March 7, 2014

I don’t know if I have ever heard so many giggles and squeals in my life. Our class has developed a community that is caring and funny. The children play and chase each other, they chuckle and grin. This room has been filled with a little bit of silliness. This week might have been cold… Read more…

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Toddler 2 Ms Kaye, Mrs.Jill and Mary Catherine(Me Me)

Sunshine…Please stay!!!   Running, jumping, climbing, sliding, and playing in our beach weather is what makes us happy. We continue to work with Practical Skills.  Cutting with scissors is a fun, yet difficult, fine motor skill. Practicing our Practical Life  Skills develop strength used for using a utensil, buttoning and zipping, threading beads, tying shoes,… Read more…

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