We had such a fun Kindergarten Celebration today with all the other Kindergarten classrooms. Bubbles, hula hoops, chalk, jump ropes, playground, ice pops, and lots of big smiles!
We visited the fifth grade museum of important figures from United States History! Great job, fifth graders!
It was so exciting to have chicks in our classroom! Even though none of our eggs hatched :(, we were able to watch hatching in Mrs. Rapp/Mrs. Japel's classroom. It was such a cool experience for our kindergartners!
Emi's mom, Bo Thao-Urabe, visited our classroom and taught us about Hmong Culture. We loved hearing about the traditions, food, and clothing. We even got to make our own hats! Thank you, Mrs. Thao-Urabe!
We had a fun math lesson learning about capacity. We compared how many goldfish fit in a larger cup with how many goldfish fit in a smaller cup. We counted the fish and found many ways to do so!
Cash's grandmother and great-aunts donated some wonderful books to our classroom. They even brought treats to enjoy while we looked at the books! We have added these new books to our classroom library, so you might see one in the book bags soon. Thank you for taking care of these new treasures and making sure they get back to our classroom. Thank you, Ansari Family! We LOVE books!
I hope you enjoyed the program as much as I did! The kindergartners did an amazing job. Beth's dad caught some great moments on his camera. Thank you, Mr. Conroy!
We have had so much fun with our author/illustrator unit, studying the creators of Curious George....Margret and H.A. Rey. Today we made our own Georges for the hallway. Make sure to check them out when you are here for the kindergarten program (Friday the 14th at 10:00!).