Monthly Archives: March 2015

March 30, 2015

Our garden is going to be magnificent this year. Your children are the biggest helpers. They can dig in the dirt and water the plants. Needless to say, they will be getting dirty in the next few months. We have planted a couple herb gardens on our deck. The herbs not only are tasty, but… Read more…

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Primary 3 March 23-27 2015

     Primary 3 had an interesting week exploring the weather. We learned all about evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and collection: also know as the water cycle. Our students learned about the different kinds of clouds and the weather that they can produce. The children’s favorite works this week were the water cycle experiment and creating… Read more…

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Primary 3 March 16-20 2015

    The top of the morning to you! We had a a very Irish week in Primary 3. We learned interesting things many about Ireland: the land, the climate, the culture, the people, St. Patrick, and the legends. The legend of the leprechaun’s was very interesting and fun for all. Everyone had a lot… Read more…

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March 20, 2015

      Saint Patrick’s Day lead to an introduction of the color green. The children colored, painted, and tried to use a green pepper as a stamp to make four leaf clovers. I introduced a couple new works this week, and was astonished at their ability to focus. The new works encourage language development… Read more…

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March 13, 2015

It was wonderful to meet with all of you yesterday. Thank you for taking the time from your busy schedules. I feel like we had an opportunity to reconnect, and refocus together as a team caring for your children. If you have concerns as time goes on, please don’t wait for the next conference. Call… Read more…

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Primary 3 March 9-13 2015

Happy Friday ! Primary 3 has been busy with geology lessons this week. We are exploring inner earth and the result of magma rising and escaping through the cracks in earth’s crust: volcanoes!! We are learning  about the composition, state, density, and temperature of earth’s inner layers. It is very exciting to learn that it… Read more…

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March 7, 2015

    I am always thankful for the precious moments we share with our class friends. This week we enjoyed some beautiful weather and some great sensory experiences. The beautiful weather allowed us to enjoy morning snack and lunch on the porch a few times this week. The children enjoyed the wind blowing through their… Read more…

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Primary 3 March 2-6 2015

Primary 3 had an another awesomely interesting week exploring the herbivorous, carnivorous, and herbivorous dinosaurs that roamed our earth. We learned that a lot of what we know about these amazing creatures, was discovered by paleontologists’ study of their fossilized bones. It is so interesting to discover that many dinosaurs, including the fierce Tyrannosaurs Rex,… Read more…

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March 2, 2015

  This is a beautiful moment. I love the way Liam is just studying his shadow. Today I just want to share with you a glimpse of our day. Our classroom community truly feels like family. They nurture each other with hugs when someone is needs one. Talan will bring pacifiers to the younger children…. Read more…

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