October 25th-28th, 2016
The Nursery Class learned about classifying animals with their sounds.
During Active Learning, the Pre-K students learned about directions.
The K-1 students worked on numbers 1-10 in their Math workbook.
During Phonics, the K-2 students worked on the letter “I”, by singing “Iguana is itchy”.
The K-3 students reviewed addition concepts using number mats and gummy bears. They also learned how to classify and graph the gummy bears by colors.
Summer Class: October 2016
October 17th-20th, 2016
During Physical Education, the Nursery students fostered their gross motor skills, with crawling, jumping, and walking.
The Pre-K students played role the dice and practiced counting numbers 1-10 during Math.
The K-1 students made Jack-o-lantern paper plates during Arts and Crafts.
The K-2 students received a postcard from their pen pals in New Mexico. The class discussed about the flat-roof houses, crop plantations, and Native American’s attires.
During Drama and Theater Arts, the K-3 students learned about the Robot Bird. The students made their individual robot bird and practiced role-playing.
October 10th-14th, 2016
The Nursery Class practiced listening to animal sounds during Listening and Talking.
During Play Dough, the Pre-K students enhanced their fine motor skills.
The K-1 students reviewed letters “A”-“F” during Language Arts.
During Handwriting, the K-2 students worked on the letter “N”.
During Science, the K-3 students learned about germs and the proper way to wash hands.
October 3rd-7th, 2016
The Nursery Class played collectively during free play.
The Pre-K students learned about the phonetic sound of the letter “C”.
During Science, the K-1 students learned about scents. The students discussed about what smells good versus what smells bad.
The K-2 students received their first postcard from their pen pals in Hawaii. The class discussed about where Hawaii is located and the popular activities the locals enjoy doing.
During Math, the K-3 students reviewed addition equations using Ice-Cream Popsicle sticks.