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PreK 4A – Year End Fun!

We cannot believe that this year is over.  It went so fast!  It has been amazing to watch the children blossom and grow.  Over the past few weeks the children have been busy watching caterpillars transform into butterflies.  They loved watching the process and enjoyed releasing them and seeing them fly away.  The pony rides and field day were great experiences as well. The
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PreK 3B End of Year Fun!!

PreK 3B has been busy these past few weeks! We had our “spring fling” where we explored obstacle courses, played with chalk and bubbles and had a full day of outside fun. The kids had a blast and we shared a special treat – ice pops! Another fun activity we had was pony rides. Everyone was able to ride a pony on our field. 
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New Community K-Wrap program!

We will be offering a new Community K-wrap program for morning kindergarten students for the 2019-20 school year! This program will be held daily from 11:45 to 3:00. The children will bring their lunch and eat at CNS. Community K-wrap will encompass a weekly theme that will include literacy, math, science, cooking and art. There will be opportunity to play and socialize inside and
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New beginnings in spring!

Pre-K 4C had a fun visit from  Farmer Angel and she left us with 12 fertilized eggs. We anxiously awaited for them to hatch. We also witnessed a caterpillar build its chrysalis and eventually emerge into a butterfly!  We loved releasing them into our beautiful park next door.  We also had a fun visit from Mr. Q and Mr. J!  They brought with them an exciting
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Chicks and Butterflies!

4B is having a wonderful time in class! We have been working on our number recognition and writing numbers. We had special persons night and made dream catchers. The children enjoyed having their special guests in their classroom. We also visited the Food Pantry and learned how we can help out in our community. The chicks hatched and they were so cute!! We were
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Baby Chicks!

The children had a visit from Farmer Angel who discussed the difference between roosters and hens. She explained how to take care of baby chicks.  The children predicted which egg would hatch first and then they eagerly awaited.  Egg #8 hatched first!  The children were amazed to see the chicks hatch before their eyes!  They also took care of the chicks by petting them,
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We are blossoming this spring!

Our Young Learners have been blossoming this spring! We’ve been learning about insects and other bugs, including bees, caterpillars and butterflies. We are waiting patiently for our classroom butterflies to emerge! Our most recent lessons have focused on pond life. The children painted beautiful pots in which to plant their flowers for Mother’s Day. I hope you enjoyed your special day. Even with all
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PreK 3B – Exploring Life Cycles

All about life cycles! PreK 3B has been learning all about life cycles and watching them unfold right in the classroom! We have been observing our caterpillars every day and noting the changes that are taking place. We learned the life cycle of a butterfly and read several butterfly books to help us explore this topic. We made our very own butterflies with droppers
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Fun with Letters S, E and W

The children have been super busy the past two weeks since we returned from spring break. The children have been focused on the letter S, E and W. They created beautiful lowercase letter E chick projects that are proudly hanging in our classroom!  We went on a letter hunt in our classroom and also discovered that 10 friends in our room have the letter E
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PreK-4C has been busy!

PreK-4C kicked off April with Mr. B and a study of bugs and insects.  The children learned all about the life cycle of a honeybee, and used pattern blocks to construct fun mosaics. In addition they practiced their numbers 10 through 20, by building bug towers and reviewing concepts like more, less, most and equal. They also had fun with process art, using “baking
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