The Ladybug and Bumblebee classes had a phenomenal visit to the Burke Museum at the University of Washington this week. The Burke Museum has an outstanding exhibit on dinosaurs that is hands on and interactive. The kids loved every minute of it!
Thursday, May 31, 2018
Friday, May 25, 2018
It's definitely spring in the Ladybug room! We're busy working on writing our hardcover books, painting flowers, releasing our butterflies (Emma, George, Alison, Max and Madalyn), and learning about coral reefs. If you haven't had a chance to visit the classroom lately, stop and see us!
at May 25, 2018
Sunday, May 20, 2018
|Minus tide at Dumas Bay Sanctuary,|
|there were treasures every where we looked!|
|We found moon snails and lots of examples of things|
we had been learning about.
|There were literally 100's of live sand dollars|
|and dozens of sea anemones.|
We have the perfect spot to explore a minus tide near school. We packed up our boots and the hit the beach for a minus 3 foot tide. We explored the shoreline and found all sorts of things that we had been learning about. The kids found snails, shells, moon snails and hundreds of sand dollars. A seal even kept an eye on us from just off the shore.
at May 20, 2018
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