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We are so proud of our kindergarteners (or should I say 1st graders..?) for how well they did at the graduation program last night! They worked so hard, and all of their practice was worth it! We as a team could not be more proud of our kiddos. This has been an amazing year for all of the children- they have all grown so much and I will miss them this summer.

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What a beautiful week! Our botanists have been using their science eyes and observing their seeds growing, and enrichment friends have been recording their observations. The kiddos loved making their Mothers Day gifts, and what a wonderful turnout we had this morning for Muffins for Moms! Thank you all for coming and making this such a special day for the children. =)
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We have become botanists this week! The children explored the botany cabinet, and many chose to push-pin their own book of leaves.  We conducted a science experiment using white daisies and colored water, and the kiddos used their science eyes to observe how the water changed the color of the petals. We also planted our very own seeds, and will observe our pots over the next couple of weeks. Enrichment friends recorded their daisy science observations, and today they began a seed journal for their planted zinnia seeds.
Our classroom coral reef now has a beautifully painted stingray and hammerhead swimming over our heads, and the kiddos loved working together to create them! K friends have been conducting research on the different sea creatures we have studied, and they keep asking to do more! =)

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We have had a wonderful week in primary! We are still exploring the coral reef habitat, and have painted beautiful starfish to add to our classroom reef. We have also researched the sea anemone and his friend the clownfish, and discovered that clownfish have slime on their scales to protect them from the anemone's stings! Continuing our Australian studies, enrichment friends labeled the parts of an emu, and painted their own versions of ancient Aboriginal cave drawings. They could not believe that some of the cave drawings are over 20,000 years old!

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