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We Enjoyed Doing Many Fall Projects Together!

It’s Autumn! We’ve enjoyed the cooler days outside noticing the changes in weather and in the leaves. We examined pine cones as we explored the side playground. In the classroom, the Young Learners worked on fall projects using paint, paper and clay. Our class enjoys music and dancing, serving “lunch” from our new food truck and building together with the magnetic tiles!  The Young
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Hooray for Halloween in the Young Learners Class

Last week we talked a lot about pumpkins and even cut one open to see what’s inside! The children took turns scooping out the flesh and counting the seeds. We read books and sang songs about Halloween including “Horray for Halloween”. We also had our Halloween party and played Halloween games. The weather was beautiful and we played with the parachute outside with Mrs.
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The Young Learners Class Enjoys Exploring the Classroom and Playground Together.

During the month of October, the Young Learners explored and discovered different shapes in our classroom and on the playground. We played games and worked on projects that reflected our findings. We also talked about being safe during an emergency (fire drills) and met some of our local firefighters! At the end of he month, we will explore the changes in leaves and the
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Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Kelly’s Young Learner class spent the first few weeks of school adjusting to their new classroom and teachers. They painted apple pictures and enjoyed apple tasting! The children learned about primary colors, explored the playground, played with many different puzzles together and began making new friends!  We are so happy to see them having fun at school. It’s been a
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Our first few days in the Young Learners was spent getting to know our new classmates, exploring our room, and settling into our schedule. We have been working together using magnetic tiles, played in the sandbox, made pizza in our kitchen and created with our play dough! We even got to run and climb in the playground. We have been very busy!    

We enjoyed a special visit from Jay’s Dad. Everyone had fun!! Thank you!

Jay’s dad, a science teacher, visited Mrs. Williams class last week to teach the children about Oobleck!  “Bartholomew and the Oobleck” is the name of a Dr. Seuss book.  The OObleck mentioned in the book is a non-Newtonian fluid made out of cornstarch and water that behaves like a liquid until pressure is applied, then it acts like a solid. The kids had a
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Mrs. Williams class had a fun week learning more about Spring time!

Continuing with our Spring lessons, we have been discussing insects and other bugs. This week had a real beehive to examine and we transferred “pollen” (Pom-poms) from a flower into a honeycomb. We also made beehives from bubble wrap and counted bees. During the week we read the story ‘Worm Weather’ ! We planted flowers and dug for worms in the dirt and we
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We had fun with the clouds, rain and rainbows…

We had a fun week talking about the weather, especially clouds, rain and rainbows.  We also did some great crafts.  We always enjoy playing together!  Luckily we were able to go play outside several times this week too.  Hoping Spring comes soon and we can spend even more time playing together outside!  We read Little Cloud by Eric Carle. After the story we  painted 
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We talked about the upcoming holidays in Mrs. Williams Young Learner Class this week!

In anticipation of the upcoming holidays we read Horray! It’s Passover! and Happy Easter Mouse! The children spent the week dyeing paper eggs with liquid watercolors and shaving cream. They also did number matching with eggs and found “baby chicks”. In the coming weeks we will continue to discuss spring and new animals being born. We will also be learning about different animals that
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All About Dr. Seuss…

We had a great week in Young Learners celebrating Dr. Seuss’s birthday!  We read some of the Dr. Seuss books.  We had fun playing outside in the playground earlier in the week when it was nice out.  When the weather did not cooperate we enjoyed playing with our new sand and water tables and we also made our very own “socks” after reading “Fox
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