Thanks so much for supporting the library CHARACTER DRESS UP DAY. The kids LOVED coming in costume. You went to so much trouble to make sure the children had an amazing outfit. They all had a great time at the assembly and happily worked and played in their costumes throughout the day. Here they are looking fabulous! Can you tell what character they are?
And a few group shots in the classroom and at the Library Assembly!
We certainly were busy in the kitchen today. We made some delicious spring rolls and waffle cone fruit salad and yogurt. A huge THANK YOU to Addie’s mom and Claire’s mom and Grandma who came in to cook with the children today.
Also a special thank you to Remy’s and Homer’s moms who happily came in to help them. With many hands, the children got to fold, roll, fry, scoop and of course EAT! The verdict from the children was that they both were delicious! Thank you so much for taking the time and going to the trouble of making sure the children would love the experience! Please enjoy the slideshow and photos!
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Kindergarten will be celebrating Halloween next Friday 27 October! We will join our lower elementary friends for an afternoon of spookiness which will include a Halloween parade and games! The children in Nursery to Grade One come to school dressed in their favorite costume …spooky or not. Some children may not want to dress up and that is fine too! Spooky Friday here we come!!!
The Thursday Tigers had a great Today Show. Andrew was a super duper host and needed no help to introduce his friends. Filippo told us about our foggy, cloudy day and YuJun spoke very clearly to tell us the clues for his Mystery Bag which was a rabbit. Remy had to 2 airplanes in his Who am I? bag because he loves planes! Everyone was very interested in Misha’s body book, Lenka showed us a wonderful book and we loved having Lada show her little dog. The team that hosts the show keeps an eye out for great audience behavior and award points to friends sitting nicely at each show. This week the Wednesday Whales won the sparkly star. Well done Whales! Here are the Tigers in ACTION!
ROUND 2 of the Big Buddy activities was just as exciting as the first. The children happily worked along side their buddies to complete their task for the week. The secondary students are realizing just how capable their Kindergarten friends are and it was wonderful to see them interacting and communicating with with each other. See for yourselves!
Thank you Wednesday Whales for such a wonderful show! Luc was a fabulous host who thanked everyone for their efforts, Addie needed no help with the weather and calendar and used a nice, big voice. Stephanie showed us a beautiful peacock she created for her artwork and William brought in his favorite transformer toy and told us all about it. Johanna surprised us with a turtle in her Mystery Bag and Eric surprised us with a bear that he loves in his Who am I? bag. We loved Jules’ French book and we all laughed at the favorite pages he showed. Well done, Whales!
Tuesday Turtle’s Today Show got off their first show with a flying start. Daniel was just like a TV star as the host, Youlin was a wonderful weather man and Marilou had some super clues for her Mystery Bag (It was a baby lamb). Angela shared a favorite book from the classroom and we were amazed at the car Jule showed that she and Zoe created. We loved Homer’s airplanes. He was a way better pilot that the teachers! Lastly Claire shared a twirling princess toy from one of her favorite places, Disneyland. They all presented their task and spoke very well.
Well done Tuesday Turtles!
As part of the TUNING IN to our unit, Who we are, Kindergarten used their senses to go out and to explore the school environment to find out what they liked to see, hear, touch, smell and taste (We had a cookie) .
The children recorded their observations and were surprised at how many things they found to draw. It was wonderful to see the excitement they had in sharing their discoveries with their friends. Here are the scientists exploring and recording!
KM will post their photos soon!