Friday, June 14, 2013

Busy Keiki

Learning and playing go hand in hand, and that is what the keiki are doing everyday in K-1. It is an exciting experience for them as they share ideas, collaborate, and stretch their creativity. Activities are planned so they can be successful and build their confidence.

This week, Literacy continued to focus on books written by Ezra Jack Keats, an American writer and illustrator of childrens' books. He is known for his multicultural characters who faced dilemmas and held friendships, and lived in the city. Some of the books we enjoyed were: Jennie's Hat, Whistle for Willie, Apt 3, and Hi Cat!

Everyone was engaged in learning and playing games in Math about the place value of numbers to 100 and comparing the size of numbers.

Your child will enjoy explaining their activities shown in this short video.  Please share your interest with your keiki.

Have a wonderful weekend,
Mrs. Lee

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