Thursday, 8 March 2018
March 8th Edition of
The K/1 Class News
Hello Everyone, one more week to go until Spring Break!
This week on Monday we started skipping games in gym and Baby Max came to visit - he's grown 5 blocks more since we first measured him! We went to the Library to check out new books. Please send back any overdue books so that your child can sign out a new book. Everyone is very excited about 100s day (the 100th day at school) next Monday.
Tuesday we worked with the “magic” word ‘and’ and looked at how it can link two ideas together. Everyone worked on adding ideas together in their journals. We had our last Oral Language groups until after the break, in which we worked on syllables. Later we practiced oral storytelling in nature and the kids loved it!
On Wednesday we practiced addition and subtraction, made beautiful spring art and the grade 1’s had their first practice doing readers theatre. Later we continued practicing for the Student Led Conferences.
Thursday was a half-day to accommodate the Student Led Conferences. The kids worked hard to prepare for this day and took a lot of pride in sharing their growth and knowledge. Thanks for taking the time to come share in this experience with your child.
Important dates to remember:
March 16 First day of Spring Break
April 3 School back in session
Ara and Klare
The kids used things found in nature to make up stories using characters, setting, a problem and a solution. What fun!
Some of the students sharing their work with their parents during the Student Led Conferences.
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