Understand addition as putting together and adding to, and understand subtraction as taking apart and taking from.
Represent addition and subtraction with objects, fingers, mental images, drawings1, sounds (e.g., claps), acting out situations, verbal explanations, expressions, or equations.
Our Superkids need a pet of course. Golly was introduced today. Golly is going to help with rhyming words, encoding Gg for the sound /g/ at the beginning and at the end of words, handwriting Gg and non-ficiton reading about dogs. Oh my Golly! Welcome to our learning community.
From our pumpkin that we used a few weeks ago to learn about the parts of a pumpkin. We planted 10 seeds, and now have 3 seedlings. Yippy! Now the experiment will be "Can we go pumpkins inside our classroom in November?"
Miss Shelley and the cafeteria staff will provide a Thanksgiving lunch on Thursday November 9th. Kinders have lunch at 11:45am. Cost of the lunch is $5. We hope you can join us.
P.S. This is Mrs. Remick's favorite holiday show!
Wednesday we took a bus trip to the Fairbanks Museum to have a lesson on Animal Homes. Jody shared a wetland and a northern woods habitats. Kinders had to identify animals that use these environments as their habitats and why these habitats are perfect for different types of animals. At the end of our time at the museum, Jody brought out a big box of pelts. Kinders got to touch and explore the pelts.
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