Kindy (EG)

April

Welcome to spring!  As we coast quickly towards the end of the school year, our class will start our final art unit entitled “Springtime Art.”  Expect lots of brightly colored masterpieces coming home over the next several weeks.  In world cultures we finish our study of Ireland and then travel to Mexico for our final trip.  In music we will begin a unit of musical rhythms, which is the first step to understanding quarter and half notes.  Our final unit of dramatic play will include more puppets as well as rehearsal for open house.  Our number this semester has a rocket ship theme.  I will be sending the link out soon in case anyone wants to practice at home, although it's not required.  Finally, in science we will spend the first month of spring learning about plants and how they grow.  For those of you who participate in scavenger hunts, anyone who brings me a new leaf or bud off of a tree will get a prize from Ms. Bobbi’s prize box!


May

We are almost to the finish line!  The last couple of weeks of school you won't see much in the way of projects coming home.  We have some very special items we are completing and saving for the last day!  Instead of our usual subjects, our day will be busy tying up loose ends and preparing for open house.  In addition to our rocketship performance we will do a brief kindergarten graduation ceremony complete with caps and gowns.  Afterwards, you can return to the classroom to gather up their passports, travel journals and a special gift for parents and kids, and then it's hello summer!  It has been a wonderful treat to have your children in my class this year!  I have so many great memories and it will be very hard to say goodbye.  With this in mind, the last scavenger hunt item of the year is a piece of artwork (or even a quick drawing) made by your child that I can remember them by!  All kids bringing this in by the last day of school will get a final prize from Ms. Bobbi's prize box.


March

We have an incredibly busy and fun month coming up in March!  In art we begin taking a look at some very important paintings and trying our hand at similar techniques.  Music is much the same, as we will be listening to well known classical pieces and then interpreting them artistically through movement and coloring.  In P.E. we will be working very hard at learning to throw, catch and kick balls.  March is the perfect time to study Ireland for world cultures, and in dramatic play we begin a beloved unit on puppets. Finally, in science we start our weather unit where we will learn about the change of seasons as well as clouds, rain and snow.  For our scavenger hunt, any child who brings in a picture s/he has drawn of a beautiful spring day will get a prize from Ms. Bobbi's prize box!


February

After finishing our winter art unit, we begin taking a closer look at the element of texture.  World Cultures has us travelling to Italy.  Highlights include Venice, the leaning tower of Pisa and the Sistine Chapel.  In music we continue singing fun children's songs.  Dramatic play has us acting out our favorite stories and continuing to learn about developing a character.  Finally, in science we will finish up our unit on healthy bodies and then begin magnets, one of my favorite topics we study all year!  For our February scavenger hunt, students who bring a magnet into class get to pick a prize from Ms. Bobbi's prize box! 


January

Welcome back!  This month we will start a fun winter art unit, making crafts that match the weather outside.  In world cultures we will travel to China and in music we will learn common musical terms.    After having a chance to perform on stage for open house, we will spend time during dramatic play trying improv. games and creating characters.  Finally, science begins with a mini-unit on healthy bodies.  For our January scavenger hunt, the first students to bring me a picture of a snowflake will win a prize from the big prize box!


December

We may be wrapping up the semester but we still have a lot of fun things to do!  We are finishing our sculpture unit in art and we have some very interesting materials to work with.  In music we are finishing our study of musical instruments and in dramatic play it's all about preparing for our Open House performance the last week of the semester.  This month our imaginary travels finish up in Kenya where we will learn about African art, music, food and all of the wonderful animals of that continent.  Our food celebration item will be homemade mango ice cream!  It's actually just a thick mango smoothie made in my Vitamix but I use canned coconut milk to make it dairy free.  In science, we will finish our unit on animal habitats. 

December Scavenger Hunt - Any child who brings me a picture of something related to snow will win a prize from Ms. Bobbi's prize box!


November

November is full of fun activities!   We started our sculpture unit in art last month, and we will continue it through this month as well.  Kids will create a sculpture out of a different type of material each week and bring home some very interesting creations.  In music we are continuing our study of different musical instruments and the families they belong to.  We are wrapping up our trip to Brazil mid-month for world cultures with a food celebration involving young coconut.   Our last country we will visit this semester is Kenya.  During dramatic play we have begun rehearsing our open house song called If I Were an Animal by Pattie Shukla.  If you are new to HSC, open house performances take place on the last day of the semester during the last part of the school day.  Ms. Bobbi will have additional details in her newsletter.  Don't forget your camera, as our kindergartners will be on stage and in costume while they act out this silly and creative song!  Finally, in science we started our animal habitats unit, which will take us to the end of the semester.  We will integrate our Brazil unit with science when we talk about habitats in the Amazon Rainforest and make really cool spiders and snakes!

November Scavenger Hunt - Anyone who brings me a picture of something they are thankful for will get a prize from Ms. Bobbi's prize box!



October

We have settled into our year and we're having a lot of fun!  October begins with the study of France in World Cultures, and then later in the month we will take an imaginary trip to Brazil.  In addition to crafts and an architecture activity, we will try a glass of Perrier mineral water for our french food day.  In science we will discover fun facts about animals and the habitats they survive and thrive in.  Gym class continues the theme of tag and other types of running games, and music continues the study of musical instruments plus new musical terminology.  Taking time each week to be silly, in dramatic play we will continue to act out funny songs and play games that help us bring out our creative sides.  Finally, in art we will wrap up our focus on color and begin the sculptures unit, learning about the wide variety of materials that they can be made from. 

For the October scavenger hunt, any student who brings me a beautiful fall leaf can earn a prize from Ms. Bobbi's prize box!


September

Welcome to kindergarten!  We had a successful first two weeks and it will only get better from here!  We have so many exciting topics we will begin exploring this month.  We take our first imaginary trip of the year in world cultures to Australia to learn about kangaroos, the outback and so much more.  For our Australian food day kids will be sampling mango. While it's not native to Australia it will open up a discussion about why it's so hard to find native Australian fruit in Colorado! In science we are studying the 5 senses and in P.E. we will be learning a variety of tag-inspired games.  Music has us learning lots of fun songs and studying various musical instruments.  In dramatic play we will practice our theatrical skills by acting out the lyrics to silly children's songs.  Finally, in art we will be talking a lot about color while we learn to mix shades and make our own color wheels.  

If your child would like to earn a prize from Ms. Bobbi's super cool prize box please have them bring me a picture they draw of their favorite summer activity.  All students who complete this task by the first week of September 9th will get a prize!

Please feel free to contact me at any time you have questions or comments, my e-mail is kmathews@wwa.homeschol.org  



May

We are almost to the finish line!  The last couple of weeks of school you won't see much in the way of projects coming home.  We have some very special items we are completing and saving for the last day!  Instead of our usual 6 subjects, our day will be busy tying up loose ends and preparing for open house.  In addition to our pirate performance we will do a brief kindergarten graduation ceremony complete with caps and gowns.  Afterwards, you can return to the classroom to gather up their passports, travel journals and a special gift for parents and kids, and then it's hello summer!  It has been a wonderful treat to have your children in my class this year!  I have so many great memories and it will be very hard to say goodbye.  With this in mind, the last scavenger hunt item of the year is a piece of artwork (or even a quick drawing) made by your child that I can remember them by!  All kids bringing this in by the last day of school will get a final prize from Ms. Bobbi's prize box.


April

Welcome to spring!  As we coast quickly towards the end of the school year, our class will start our final art unit entitled “Springtime Art.”  Expect lots of brightly colored masterpieces coming home over the next several weeks.  In world cultures we finish our study of Ireland and then travel to Mexico for our final trip.  In music we will begin a unit of musical rhythms, which is the first step to understanding quarter and half notes.  Our final unit of dramatic play will include more puppets as well as rehearsal for open house.  Our number this semester has a pirate theme.  I will be sending the link out soon in case anyone wants to practice at home, although it's not required.  In P.E. we will continue to learn more about sports and practice dribbling and shooting hoops.  Finally, in science we will spend the first month of spring learning about plants and how they grow.  For those of you who participate in scavenger hunts, anyone who brings me a new leaf or bud off of a tree will get a prize from Ms. Bobbi’s prize box!


March

We have an incredibly busy and fun month coming up in March!  In art we begin taking a look at some very important paintings and trying our hand at similar techniques.  Music is much the same, as we will be listening to well known classical pieces and then interpreting them artistically through movement and coloring.  In P.E. we will be working very hard at learning to throw, catch and kick balls.  March is the perfect time to study Ireland for world cultures, and in dramatic play we begin a beloved unit on puppets. Finally, in science we start our weather unit where we will learn about the change of seasons as well as clouds, rain and snow.  For our scavenger hunt, any child who brings in a picture s/he has drawn of a beautiful spring day will get a prize from Ms. Bobbi's prize box!



February

After finishing our winter art unit, we begin taking a closer look at the element of texture.  World Cultures has us travelling to Italy.  Highlights include Venice, the leaning tower of Pisa and the Sistine Chapel.  In music we continue singing fun children's songs. We started a track and field unit and P.E. last month that will carryover through this month.  Dramatic play has us acting out our favorite stories and continuing to learn about developing a character.  Finally, in science we will finish up our unit on healthy bodies and then begin magnets, one of my favorite topics we study all year!  For our February scavenger hunt, students who bring a magnet into class get to pick a prize from Ms. Bobbi's prize box!  


January

Welcome back!  This month we will start a fun winter art unit, making crafts that match the weather outside.  In world cultures we will travel to China and in music we will learn popular children's songs.  During P.E. we will learn about track and field while we try different running, jumping and throwing activities.  After having a chance to perform on stage for open house, we will spend time during dramatic play trying improv. games and creating characters.  Finally, science begins with a mini-unit on healthy bodies.  For our January scavenger hunt, the first students to bring me a picture of a snowflake will win a prize from the big prize box!


December

We may be wrapping up the semester but we still have a lot of fun things to do!  We are finishing our sculpture unit in art and we have some very interesting materials to work with.  In music we are finishing our study of musical instruments and in dramatic play it's all about preparing for our Open House performance the last week of the semester.  This month our imaginary travels take us to Kenya where we will learn about African art, music, food and all of the wonderful animals of that continent.  In gym we are reviewing our favorite games we learned this semester and in science we will finish up our unit of animal habitats.  

December Scavenger Hunt - Any child who brings me a picture of something related to snow will win a prize from Ms. Bobbi's prize box!


November

November is full of fun activities!  In P.E. we continue to learn a new game every week that gets us up and moving around.  We started our sculpture unit in art last month, and we will continue it through this month as well.  Kids will create a sculpture out of a different type of material each week and bring home some very interesting creations.  In music we are continuing our study of different musical instruments and the families they belong to.  We are wrapping up our trip to Brazil mid-month for world cultures and will begin our study of Kenya to finish off the semester.  During dramatic play we have begun rehearsing our open house song called Monster Boogie by Laurie Berkner.  If you are new to HSC, open house performances take place on the last day of the semester during the last part of the school day.  Ms. Bobbi will have additional details in her newsletter.  Don't forget your camera, as our kindergartners will be on stage and in costume while they act out this silly and creative song!  Finally, in science we started our animal habitats unit, which will take us through the end of the semester.  We will integrate our Brazil unit with science when we talk about habitats in the Amazon rain forest and make life size giant spiders!

November Scavenger Hunt - Anyone who brings me a picture of something they are thankful for will get a prize from Ms. Bobbi's prize box!


October

We have settled into our year and we're having a lot of fun!  October begins with the study of France in World Cultures, and then later in the month we will take an imaginary trip to Brazil.  In addition to crafts and an architecture activity, we will try a glass of Perrier (surprisingly, last year's students loved it) and a young coconut.  In science we will discover fun facts about animals and the habitats they survive and thrive in.  Gym class continues the theme of tag and other types of games, and music continues the study of musical instruments plus new musical terminology.  Taking time each week to be silly, in dramatic play we will continue to act out funny songs and play games that help us bring out our creative side.  Finally, in art we will wrap up our focus on color and begin the sculptures unit, learning about the wide variety of materials that they can be made from. 

For the October scavenger hunt, any student who brings me a beautiful fall leaf can earn a prize from Ms. Bobbi's prize box!


September

Welcome to kindergarten!  We had a successful first week and it will only get better from here!  We have so many exciting topics we will begin exploring this month.  We take our first imaginary trip of the year in world cultures to Australia to learn about kangaroos, the outback and so much more. In science we are studying the 5 senses and in P.E. we will be learning a variety of tag-inspired games.  Music has us learning lots of fun songs and studying various musical instruments.  In dramatic play we will practice our theatrical skills by acting out the lyrics to silly children's songs.  Finally, in art we will be talking a lot about color while we learn to mix shades and make our own color wheels.  

If your child would like to earn a prize from Ms. Bobbi's super cool prize box please have them bring me a picture they draw of their favorite summer activity.  All students who complete this task by the first week of September will get a prize!

Please feel free to contact me at any time you have questions or comments, my e-mail is kmathews@wwa.homeschol.org  




May

We are almost to the finish line!  The last few weeks of school you won't see much in the way of projects coming home.  We have some very special items we are completing and saving for the last day!  Instead of our usual 6 subjects, our day will be busy tying up loose ends and preparing for open house.  However, we will be doing some very cool science activities involving static electricity and dry ice.  Be sure to mark your calendars to arrive early on the last day for Open House.  In addition to our penguin performance we will do a brief kindergarten graduation ceremony complete with caps and gowns.  Afterwards, you can return to the classroom for a quick display of highlighted projects and then it's hello summer!  It has been a wonderful gift to have your children in my class this year.  I have so many great memories and it will be very hard to say goodbye.  With this in mind, the last scavenger hunt item of the year is a piece of artwork (or even a quick drawing) made by your child that I can remember them by!  All kids bringing this in by the last day of school will get a final prize from Ms. Bobbi's prize box.


April

Welcome to spring!  As we coast quickly towards the end of the school year, our class will start our final art unit entitled “Springtime Art.”  Expect lots of brightly colored masterpieces coming home over the next several weeks.  In world cultures we finish our study of Ireland and then travel to Mexico for our final trip.  In music we will begin a unit of musical rhythms, which is the first step to understanding quarter and half notes.  Our final unit of dramatic play will include puppets as well as rehearsal for open house.  Our number this semester is called Penguin Dance Chant.  You can click here to find it on YouTube.  Kids are not required to practice at home but they are welcome to.  All they have to do is follow the children in the video.  It’s great practice for coordination and balance!  In P.E. we will continue to learn more about sports and practice dribbling and shooting hoops.  Finally, we will finish our weather unit in science and wrap up the month with a mini-unit of hands on scientific measurement.  For those of you who participate in scavenger hunts, anyone who brings me a new leaf or bud off of a tree will get a prize from Ms. Bobbi’s prize box!


March

This month we will finish our art unit of textures with some fun activities including homemade puffy paint.  In music we will begin looking at musical rhythms.  P.E. becomes very interesting as we learn about and practice different types of sports.  For dramatic play, we will continue with funny movement songs and improv. games.  Just in time for St. Patricks day, we will be travelling to Ireland for world cultures.  Finally, in science we have a lot of variety.  We will finish our magnet unit, have a super fun one day kindergarten chemistry class where kids get to combine different substances to see what happens, and we will finish the month with an introduction to weather.

With spring just a few weeks away, any student who brings me something GREEN the first week of March will get a prize from Ms. Bobbi's prize box!


February

After finishing our Winter Art unit, we begin taking a closer look at the element of texture in art.  World Cultures has us travelling to Italy.  Highlights include Venice, the leaning tower of Pisa and the Sistine Chapel.  In music we will learn about brass and woodwind instruments.  After spending January playing with balloons and bean bags in P.E., we will practice throwing, catching and kicking balls.  Dramatic play has us learning new improv. and voice games.  Finally, in science we will spend the entire month studying magnets.  We will always talk a lot about what a hypothesis is and how scientists can make an educated guess.  For our February scavenger hunt, the first students to bring a magnet into class get to pick a prize from Ms. Bobbi's prize box!  


January

Welcome back!  This month we will start a fun winter art unit, making crafts that match the weather outside.  In world cultures we will travel to China and in music we will continue our study of musical instruments.  I am not sure at this time when we will have the gym just for our class, I will keep you posted.  Our P.E. unit starts with balloons and bean bags, leading up to work with throwing and catching balls.  After having a chance to perform on stage for open house, we will spend time during dramatic play trying improv. games and creating characters.  Finally, science begins with a mini-unit on healthy bodies.  For our January scavenger hunt, the first students to bring me a picture of a snowflake will win a prize from the big prize box!


December

It's hard to believe the semester is almost over!  We will be wrapping up our sculpture unit in art by working with some very unusual materials.  I can't wait to surprise the kids!  In world cultures we will be travelling to Kenya to experience African wildlife and culture. In music we will be listening to music from "The Nutcracker" while everyone takes turns being dancers, musicians and conductors.  Our science unit on animal habitats is coming to a close as we finish up with insects and desert animals.  Finally, in dramatic play we are practicing our open house performance.  I think you will all be very impressed with their talent!

For our December scavenger hunt, any child that brings me a picture of a snowman on the first day back from Thanksgiving break can get a prize from Ms. Bobbi's amazing prize box!


November

As we pass the halfway point of the semester we continue to stay busy and have lots of fun! Highlights this month include an art unit in sculpture and a science unit looking at animals and the habitats they survive in. In world cultures we move to sunny Brazil to talk about the rain forest, soccer and beautiful beaches. We are continuing our study of musical terms and musical instruments, and in P.E. we are learning even more fun running games. In dramatic play we have been acting out lots of fun songs. Their favorite by far is "Five Little Ducks" and I bet each and every student knows it by heart! I've included a link to another fun song we act out, "The Monkeys and the Alligator" just in case you want to see your child perform! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dC-1U_mSHWQ  Classes at both locations have come together so nicely. The groups are really coherent and they are learning so much about being good friends. I am so proud of all of them!

Finally, just for fun we are going to have a little scavenger hunt.  The first child in each of my classes to bring me an autumn leaf will be allowed to take a prize from Ms. Bobbi's amazing prize box.  The newsletter is the ONLY place this information will be given.  Be sure to check back each month to see what the next item is!  


October

We have settled into our year and we're having a lot of fun!  October begins with the study of France.  In addition to crafts and an architecture activity, we will try a glass of Perrier (surprisingly, last year's students loved it).  In science we will discover fun facts about animals and the habitats they survive in.  Gym class continues the theme of tag and other types of running games, and music continues the study of musical instruments plus new musical terminology.  Taking time each week to be silly, in dramatic play we will continue to act out funny songs and begin a study of puppets.  Finally, in art we will wrap up our focus on color and begin exploring shape, line and texture.  Just a reminder, birthday treats have begun rolling in!  If you have not replied to the "Food" email I sent at the start of the year please let me know if there is any food your child cannot have.  If I have nothing on file for your child we will go off of the enrollment paperwork where parents note any health concerns.  Please let me know if you have any questions about this.  Thanks!


September

Welcome to kindergarten!  We had a successful first week and it will only get better from here.  Thank you to everyone who e-mailed me regarding food choices.  I haven't been able to respond to each e-mail yet but I have noted everything you have told me.  We begin our study of Australia this week and our sample of native food will be either passion fruit or yellow plum, whichever I am able to find at the end of the month when we have our tasting.  In science we are studying the 5 senses and in P.E. we will be learning a variety of tag-inspired games.  Music has us learning lots of fun songs and studying various musical instruments.  In dramatic play we will practice our theatrical skills by acting out the lyrics to silly children's songs.  Finally, in art we will be talking a lot about color while we learn to mix shades and make our own color wheels.  Please feel free to contact me at any time you have questions or comments, my e-mail is kmathews@wwa.homeschol.org  







 


May


We're almost to the finish line!  The last few weeks of the school year will mostly be devoted to wrapping up loose ends and preparing for open house.  We will be completing keepsake crafts that kids will take home on the last day of school as well as working on painting our backdrop for the open house performance.  In P.E., we will wrap up the year by learning and polishing jump roping skills. Although we have finished our study of world cultures, we will spend the last part of the year finishing our passports and travel journals as a way to remember all of the exciting places we visited.  Finally, as the year winds down I want to thank each and every one of you for the privilege of teaching your children.  I have learned so much from them and I have collected so many joyful memories this year.  I will miss them all but I know they will be so successful as they move on to first grade.  Have a great summer!

April

Welcome to spring!  I sent an e-mail out to all kindergarten families with details about upcoming activities.  Please let me know if you didn’t receive anything, I can send a paper copy home.  I am excited to start our final science unit about plants!  In addition to growing our own tomato plants to bring home on the last day of school, we will weave several mini-lessons in with our main lesson, so expect lots of science this month!  We will also visit our final country in world cultures, Mexico.  In addition to music and crafts, we will have a fiesta day where we will celebrate by making our own guacamole and salsa.  In P.E. we start our final unit of sports, and in art we will continue looking at important paintings.  Finally, it’s almost time to begin working on our open house number.  I can’t wait to see how much personality they bring to the stage again!

March

Moving into the middle of the semester, we continue lots of exciting science activities.  March is a great month to study weather, as we get so much variation right now!  We will also do a simple electricity lesson, learning about how current flows, materials that conduct electricity and static electricity.  Our world cultures unit takes us to Ireland, just in time to celebrate St. Patrick's day.  We will study Irish folklore but also take a deeper look into this country that is beloved by so many, and finish the unit with a celebration of boiled cabbage, carrots and potatoes.  Music class will include more practice with musical rhythms, using them to identify familiar songs.  We will continue to learn about famous paintings in art and try the techniques out for ourselves.  


February

As the semester starts to pick up momentum, we are moving into some very exciting topics!  We will kick off February with a round of show and tell.  Please check your email or your child’s backpack this week for information about this activity.  In world cultures we will travel to Italy.  This is one of my favorite countries in this unit.  Highlights include sampling authentic Italian risotto and letting the kids feel what it might have been like for Michelangelo to paint the Sistine Chapel, as they create their own masterpieces while lying flat on their backs!  In science, kids get a fun introduction to weights and measures and an exciting hands-on unit involving simple and safe (but very cool) chemical reactions.  The idea is to get them used to developing a hypothesis and then using their observation skills to see if they are correct.  In music, we will delve into musical rhythms, learning some very basic concepts that will help prepare them to read music, should they choose to take HSC music classes next year.  


January

It's great to be back!  There is so much to look forward to this semester.  In January, highlights include a science unit introducing students to concepts of atoms, molecules and matter.  We will study liquids, solids and gases and finish our unit at the end of the month with an exciting dry ice demonstration!  In world cultures we will travel to China this month.  Activities include origami, studying Chinese food and music, and Chinese crafts.  I am also happy to announce that we have grown by two students in Lakewood. Hopefully Lakewood families will be hearing a lot about new friends being made this month.  I hope you all had a wonderful winter break and I look forward to spending a new semester with your kiddos!


December

It’s hard to believe it is almost the end of the semester!  As things wind down, we will be finishing our study of musical instruments and the families they belong to.  In art, we will have two more weeks with sculpture and then jump into winter art.  We have been learning about animals in science, our final topics will include forest animals, jungle animals, and life under the sea.  We have been getting a lot of exercise in P.E. by trying lots of different relay games.   In world cultures we take a look at Kenya, learning about landmarks, animals and different foods of the region.  Finally, I am so excited to begin working on open house performances.  All of my students this year have quite a bit of dramatic flair so I can’t wait to see them on stage at open house!  


November

Our kindergartners will be busy this month learning about different types of sculptures and making some of their own with a variety of materials.  In music we are continuing our study of musical instruments and the families they belong to.  The students’ love of animals has made our science unit especially fun this month.  Our unit started with the study of bugs and spiders, next we will move into investigating different animal habitats.  The kids will be learning some fun new improvisation games and performing puppet shows in our performing arts class.  P.E. will include lots of fun running games that keep kids thinking on their feet.  Our featured country this month in cultures of the world is Brazil.  Students will be learning about popular sports, native animals and common foods of this wonderful country.  


October

We are settled in and have built wonderful communities in our kindergarten classes!  In art we are talking about colors and testing our theories about color with lots of painting.  Our study of music right now includes the percussion family of instruments.  Kids are getting a lot of hands-on time with these instruments, making our classroom a noisy but very happy place.  We concluded our study of the 5 senses in science and we are now moving on to the kid-favorite unit of magnets.  In performing arts we have been learning some very silly songs that have silly moves as well, and we have been learning to act out some of our favorite story-type songs.  In P.E. the kids are learning about what it means to properly warm up our bodies before physical activity and we have also been playing a variety of tag-inspired games.  Finally, in world cultures we are wrapping up our study of Australia and beginning our imaginary trip to France very soon!


September

Kindergarten is off to a fantastic start!  In September we will be jumping into our Cultures of the World unit, beginning with a look at Australia.  In music we will be learning about musical instruments and kids will have a chance to sample several different types.  We will be finishing our science unit of the Five Senses and use what we learn to springboard into new hands-on science activities.  Students will be learning new songs in dramatic arts and each student will get a chance to present their “All About Me” bags to the rest of the class.  Check back in October for more news about kindergarten!