Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a great person who taught us how to get along with each other no matter how different we are.
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Aloha kakou Parents,
Children love to explore the world around them. In particular they love to view plants and flowers because of the various fragrances, textures, and colors. The K-1 keiki learned about plants as they viewed educational videos, listened to and discussed literature, and engaged in fun activities. They were especially fascinated when their Green Bean and Zinnia flower seeds were planted; and before you could blink, they were sprouts.
Within a week or so, these little plants were outgrowing the plastic cups. Now that the students have taken their plants home, are they asking you to replant them? Please let us know when the green bean grows and the Zinnia bloom! They were so excited about watching this new growth within a short time span.
Any old magazines with pictures of food (Better Homes and Gardens, Woman's Day, Gourmet, etc) would be greatly appreciated. You can bring them in anytime soon.
Just a few reminders for the upcoming weeks:
- Wednesday, January 29th - Library books due
- Wednesday, January 29th - myON Reader and Book Share due
- Thursday, February 6th - Marine Education Training Center Learning Trip to visit the Hokule`a and Hikianalia. Please remember to wear the 'K' t-shirt with shorts (or pants), sport shoes, sunblock rub down before school, and be in school by 8:15am. We will leave the classroom at 8:20am. A substantial breakfast is encouraged before the Learning Trip as there will be no morning snack.
- Friday, February 7th - Teacher Inservice - No School