Ms. Malinis's students created ladybugs and butterflies to go along with their Insects unit. Excellent job, friends!
Ms. Davis's students had enjoyed engaging in a Glow Stick party today. What a fun way to celebrate!
Mrs. Rowland's students are continuing to fully engage in their "Insects" unit. From drawing and creating insects to graphing them, they are doing an excellent job and learning a lot. Keep up the great work, friends!
Ms. Malinis's students created caterpillars using their names! Excellent work, friends!
Beautiful job writing your numbers, Zaria! We know that you are ready for Kindergarten.
Ms. Lendi's students and their families enjoyed outdoor time at Settler's Pond over the weekend. What an excellent hands-on learning opportunity!
Ms. Malinis's students created caterpillars from Play-Doh after reading the story, "The Very Hungry Caterpillar." Great job, friends!
More "buzzing" from Mrs. Rowland's students! Great work, friends!
Ms. Malinis's and Mrs. Rowland's students are "buzzing" with excitement this week as they continue their unit on insects. Ms. Malinis's students created bees while Mrs. Rowland's students beehives (and bees with their fingerprints). Excellent work, friends!
Mrs. Rowland's students created caterpillars of their own to go along with the book, "The Very Hungry Caterpillar." Great job, friends!
Ms. McLaughlin's class has caterpillars growing...perfecting timing for this week's Word on the Street: metamorphosis! It will be exciting to see these caterpillars turn into beautiful butterflies in the future.
Ms. Malinis's students shared this most favorite books to read. We love seeing families read together and children being excited about reading. Keep up the excellent work, friends!
To all of our local superheroes...the teachers and staff in School District 163...Happy Staff Appreciation Week! You are so greatly appreciated, and we thank you for your continued dedication to our students and families each and every day. This week we celebrate you!
The students began their final themed unit of the school year this week: Insects! Mrs. Rowland's students participated in a "Build-a-Bug" activity while Ms. Lendi's students drew ants and identified insects. Excellent job, friends!
Amari (from Ms. McLaughlin's class) and his sister enjoyed releasing their butterflies "into the wild." Amari said, "They were really light and they tickled when they were on my hand." What an excellent way to bring the "Insects" unit to life!
Ms. Davis's students began their last themed unit of the school year this week: Insects! They did an excellent job creating insects of their own. Keep up the great work!
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Mrs. Rowland's students wrapped up the Water unit by sorting animals' habitats into fresh water and salt water...as well as drawing crabs. Excellent job, friends!
Shout out to Ms. McLaughlin's students for excellent attendance this week as well as for celebrating Earth Day. Great job, friends!
Ms. Lendi's students are wrapping up the Water unit by learning about and creating jelly fish and starfish. Great job, friends!