Monday, February 24, 2014

It was delicious

More pictures

Victorian luncheon

We culminated our study of the Victorian era and what it would have been like to be a child growing up in the early 1900s with a Victorian luncheon.
A special thank you to the Pine Glen cafeteria staff for their extra efforts to make this possible.

Valentine Exchange

To celebrate Valentine's Day we had a secret valentine gift swap.
The assortment if handmade treasures was impressive and well received!

Back to school

Our brains went right back to business today.
In math we worked on comparisons.

Recess chalk

During recess today some students drew our school.

Our classroom included all the details. It even included the touchit board with our favorite Koosh ball letter game!

Post office

The post office reopened today!
We really enjoy sending notes to each other.

Counting coins

We counted coins today. After exploring the size and color of coins we compared value.
Although we would prefer to carry paper money ( it is lighter and worth more), we concluded that it would be easier to carry 4 quarters than 100 pennies.

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Valentine Reminder!

Room 101 students will be celebrating Valentine's Day on Friday, February 14.

Today children were reminded to bring in their class and special Valentine's.  We are encouraging the students to bring in their class valentine's tomorrow, Wednesday, Feb. 12.  With snow expected on Thursday we are hoping to be a step ahead.

Also, please help your child put the finishing touches on their special Valentine gifts.  We know they are working hard to produce a special keepsake for their assigned recipient.

Thank you for your ongoing support!

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

We touched rays!

How cool, we were able to reach into the touch tank and actually touch rays!  We thought they felt a  bit slimy.


Room 101joined the other Pine Glen kindergarten classes and visited the New England Aquarium today.  This trip was a wonderful culmination of our study of fish and creatures that live in the sea.  A special thank  you to the Burlington Cultural Council for supporting us and helping to make this trip possible.