This week, Kindergarten students showed great risk taking skills as they began to rehearse for this year's play "What Makes Me, Me?". They are working on their public speaking skills while rehearsing their lines for the upcoming performance!
The kindergarten students want to get caught....reading!!! Avid readers never want to put their books down. They read standing up, they read in the car, they read cereal boxes, they find quiet places to read, and they read books over and over again. Not only do avid readers look like they are reading, they think about their reading and want to talk about their books with as many people as possible. Becoming an avid reader requires practice and the kindergarten children are doing just that...see if you can catch them too!
What Makes Me, Me? We are special, we are unique, we are many things. We are us! Kindergarten students have been exploring this topic all year long. This week, the children worked on a project involving what makes each of us special. Green K students wrote passionately about themselves, and Blue K students drew and painted pictures of themselves doing things that make them unique. All of their work was combined to form puzzle pieces creating a beautiful mural that is displayed in our hallway. Our Kindergarten play is coming up very soon, and it's no surprise that the title of our play is "What Makes Me, Me!" Please stay tuned for updates and details about this exciting event! In the meantime, we are busy making preparations to highlight all of our forty four kindergartners.
Kindergarten students began to frequently ask, when is Cougie going to give us a new reading power?! They were so excited this week to finally receive another letter from Cougie! Cougie wrote...