Pose a question, do an investigation.
Why don't spiders get stuck in their own web?
Ask a Kinder for the answer.
Today was the start of our monthly Community Meetings hosted by Mrs. Scott, our elementary school guidance counselor. We sang, danced, and honored select students. From our class, Gregory received the SOAR award, Isla received the Kindness award, and Violet received the Teacher Shout Out award. Congratulations!
Please call the office to schedule your conference time with us for Wednesday or Thursday of next week!
A few weeks ago we were fortunate enough to have a beautiful day to solve the scenic maze at the Great Vermont Corn Maze. Thanks to all of our chaperones for helping us make this day a success.
How proud are we are as teachers to "let them take ownership" of this project. Our school is celebrating home coming this week. This team of Kinders works with cooperation and independence to create a door banner. This was a student centered project! Come and see our door.
Of all the choices children participate in, Read to Someone is often their favorite. Reading with someone helps readers, especially developing readers, increase areas of comprehension, accuracy, fluency, and patterns of rhythm. It also increases reading involvement, attention, and collaboration. What's more, children love partner reading and readily participate with books they choose.
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