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I can’t believe this week was the last week of October! This school year is going by very fast. To begin our week we had Mr. Paul, “The Critter Guy” visit our classrooms with a lot of fun animals for the students to learn about and interact with. He brought “Woody” the tree frog, “Art” the gecko, “Mr. and Mrs. Dove” the male and female doves, “Puff” the bearded dragon, “Cotton” the chinchilla, and “Pretzel” the corn snake. All of our pictures from the fun day are in the google photo album that is linked on the blog and was sent through Remind.
This week we also continued our celebration of Fall by exploring and learning about pumpkins! Each child was able to clean, explore, and then paint their very own pumpkin. On Wednesday they predicted how many pumpkin seeds would be in our large classroom pumpkin and on Thursday we opened up the pumpkin and the students helped scoop out the seeds and count them. Our pumpkin had 204 seeds and Younis was the closest with a prediction of 200 seeds! You can see pictures of all these in the photo album as well. Have a great weekend and remember to look at the November Calendar as there are days off and a 1/2 day as well.
ELECTION DAY IS Tuesday, November 5th
Please remember to Vote on Tuesday. If you can’t make it to the polls on Tuesday, November 5th new laws allow you to vote at the City Clerk’s office before Election Day. This Saturday (November 2) any registered voter can stop by the City Clerk’s Office between the hours of 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. and vote via absentee ballot. The Clerk’s office is located inside the Dearborn Administrative Center, 16901 Michigan Ave. In addition, registered voters will still be able to request absent voter ballots in person until 4 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 4.
Thank you to all the parents that came with us on the field trip yesterday! All of the students had a wonderful time exploring different types of trees, leaves, flowers, animals, and insects. They also really enjoyed riding the school bus! The attached gallery has all of the pictures from the day. Enjoy!
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As part of our preschool program we DO NOT celebrate Halloween at school. Your child is welcome to wear orange and black or a Halloween themed shirt, but NO costumes are allowed. Next year they will be able to participate and wear a costume but it is not allowed in preschool. Thank you!
Just like the rest of the older students do – we also include Daily 5 into our daily schedule. The part of Daily 5 we are working on right now is called Read to Self. This is when the students are practicing their reading skills. Even though they are not able to read words yet, Continue reading →
This past week we focused on quite a few different content areas. The students did a little science exploration when they predicted and then experimented what would happen if they put water and dish soap together and then blew into it with a straw. They really enjoyed and were astonished at the bubbles they were Continue reading →
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This week was a little different because of the first two days being half days, but it went very smoothly and the student’s are becoming more familiar and comfortable with the classroom and the routines. During Small Group this week, we finished exploring the different interest areas around the room (the Art Area and the Continue reading →
The first half day of school was very successful! All of the children signed their names, ate breakfast, participated in Greeting Time, Large Group Time, two Small Group times, and ate snack. The children explored and learned about the Block Area and the House Area during small group on Thursday. Next week they will explore Continue reading →
Once the school year starts this blog will be updated at the end of every week with information about what we have done and what is coming up in our classroom. Mrs. Nasser and I look forward to meeting you all in the upcoming weeks!