The Ladybug and Bumblebee classes led gathering today. They led the flag salute, performed 2 songs, led the Brain Break and gave a presentation on pumpkins. They did an amazing job!
Friday, October 19, 2018
Sunday, October 14, 2018
Friday, October 5, 2018
This week we learned about sunflowers and what they need to grow. We compared the life cycle of the sunflower with the life cycle of the apple and noticed many similarities. The kids used the scientific tools to take apart the sunflowers and to make observations. Then we looked at some of the parts under the microscope.
|The back of the sunflower under the microscope.|
Friday, September 28, 2018
|It's been a busy week full of apple activities. We tasted|
4 varieties of apples, noted some observations and then
voted for our favorite. Red Delicious won.
|We dehydrated some apples. . . .|
|and they were pretty good.|
|We peeled apples. . . .|
|made miniature apple pies. . . .|
|and apple juice.|
|We took the peels outside. . . .|
|and measured them.|
|Mrs. Maitland was a good sport and let us measure|
her with the apple peels.
|We used a variety of measuring tools.|
|Our longest continuous peel was 96" long.|
|When we put all of the peels together, they were 27 children|
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