Saturday, March 21, 2015

Our National Symbols

We have been studying about symbols that represent the United States of America.   Some of them were the Statue of Liberty, the Bald Eagle, the Liberty Bell, and the United States Flag.

Aloha Parents,

The children were so delighted and excited that you took time to visit as they presented their learning about 'Plants and Me'.  Their awesome work and knowledge was recognized by you. Thank you for being a part of such a wonderful Learning Showcase experience. There is nothing more powerful than when parents and families come together to share the learning that goes on in the classroom. I hope that it was informative, as well as fun (as all learning should be!) for you.

Over the past two weeks the keiki have practiced the concept of combining numbers up to 10 (addition). They have been totally engaged, using a variety of manipulative and games when they work with a partner or in a small group.
Subtraction will be introduced next week.  Many more games and fun activities are planned so they can learn and practice this concept.
Please support your child's learning by playing math games and/or practicing math facts at home or while you are out and about.

Over the Spring Break, since your child may have extra time, s/he can begin one of the next IXL Math assignments. The category is: I. (Addition)

If you wish to donate any of your old magazines with pictures of food, K-1 could certainly use them. Please bring them in the week after Spring Recess. Mahalo!

Upcoming  events:
  • Monday-Friday, March 23rd-27th - Spring Recess
  • Monday, March 30th - March Book Share, MyOn (minimum of 10 books), and IXL (Categories K{Positions} and Q{Measurement}) due
  • Wednesday, April 1st - If your child wishes to share Easter Goodie Bags, please bring them in by this date
  • Friday, April 3rd - State Holiday, school closed

Wishing you a safe and fun Spring Recess,
Mrs. Lee

No comments:

Post a Comment