First grade had a special visit from Fireman Mike who taught us all about fire safety. Students learned about the importance of having working fire alarms in our homes and how to be safe if there is a fire. Students even got to learn and wear some of the protective gear fire fighters wear to… Continue reading Fire Safety in First Grade
This week was Pre-K's first community walking trip. We walked to the local fire station. Our students enjoyed seeing the firefighters, the fire trucks, and all of the fire fighting gear. Thank you to the firefighters for teaching us about their important job. Also, thank you to all the parents who came on… Continue reading Pre-K Visits the Firehouse!
Join us for our Spring Festival on Saturday, April 28 from 11:00am until 1:00pm! $10 per bracelet! This includes 1 visit to each activity and does NOT include food. Bracelets will be sold from Monday, April 23 - Friday, April 27 at dismissal in the cafeteria. You can also purchase 10 tickets for $5.00… Continue reading Join us for our Spring Festival! Saturday, April 28, 2018!
Pre-K enjoyed our trip to the Belmont Library. Thank you to Ms. A for sharing the story, “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” and for helping us to create beautiful butterflies! Thank you to Ms. Colangelo for joining us and helping out!
What’s Happening Students are currently studying the measurement unit! Our classes dove into this fun and interactive unit by learning how to make an estimate. Students estimated how long their pencils, markers, and desks are. After they made an estimate, they started using 1 inch tiles to measure those objects around the classroom! They then… Continue reading Measuring Length!📏
What's Happening Our Kindergarten students have been exploring the properties of matter. They have worked on describing, categorizing, comparing and measuring observable properties of matter. Students can identify the three states of matter, describe and classify objects by size, weight and color, and use tools to explore matter. What can you do at home? At… Continue reading Kindergarteners Explore like Scientists!