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Popsicles and Playtime

In honor of earning 300 behavin Ravens we celebrated by having Popsicles and playtime. We have had so many special learning experiences( baby chicks, gardening, tie dye), I thought something low key and different was in order. We enjoyed our Popsicles under a beautiful tree.    Blake was king of the trash and helped keep our school grounds clean!   And …

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Volunteers and Coolers Needed!

Our class needs a few more volunteers for our field trip next Friday (4/22). Please consider attending if you can. Grandparents or other special adults may want to volunteer. We also still need to borrow two coolers if we can! Thanks so much! Please send me an email if you can help at lacunningham@cpsk12.org.

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Tie Dye Tomorrow (4/15/16)

We are tie dying tomorrow. Please have your child wear old clothes or bring an old tee shirt to wear over their clothes. The dye will stain. We have plastic gloves to prevent the kids hands from getting stained.

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Cuteness Overload

We are on cuteness overload! We had a wonderful day full of enriching and special moments.  First we visited our 3rd buddies who have baby chicks! They are studying animal life cycles and invited us to come observe their adorable babies!              It was a great experience and the kids did well with talking softly and being very …

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Coolers Needed for Field Trip!

We will need two large coolers to pack the kids lunches in for our field trip on April 22nd. If anyone has one our class could borrow that day please send me an email (lacunningham@cpsk12.org). I will come pick it up from you Thursday evening or you can drop it off at school on Thursday (4/21). Thank you!

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Living and Nonliving

The arrival of our new tiny friends signaled the beginning of our last big science unit: living and nonliving!    These caterpillars are Painted Ladies. We observed them for a few days before introducing the concept of living and nonliving.      We discussed if various items were living or nonliving and why. Through our discussion we defined what makes something …

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