Nunu began their book, What is it? they began reading and pointing out the words. For Math we practiced counting 1-10, as well as number recognition and number tracing. While out in the garden Ms. Mangauil helped us start some flowers.
The He’e had a blast working gross motors with Coach Brandon.
Today we practice identifying our sight words what and that. The He’e also worked on re-writing the key words from our book At the Farm. For Math we used Tinker Toys to practice our engineering skills. Many of the He’e built roadways and towns while others engineered vacuum cleaners and satellites, as well as sequencing.
Today is Earth Day. We made a poster with our hands to represent earth. Nunu class had fun painting their hands. We talked about how we as individuals can take care of our earth and what are some suggestions. Please ask your child what their suggestion was and how they will apply it at home. Take care of our Earth and it will take care of you. Happy EARTH DAY. Keep it GREEN!!! o(:
Happy Tuesday! This week we are learning about PIGS!! OINK OINK. We talked about the colors of pigs, where pigs live and how big a pig can get! For today’s activity we mixed the colors white and red to make the color pink! We finger painted our very own piglets outside while our other friends watered our plants. For language Arts I introduced the letter “O”, the sound and some words to the children. O is for octopus! We counted how many legs an octopus has! Reviewed our colors and shapes!
Today, we want to welcome back a new friend and his name is Jeremy! This week we started a new beginner reading book called At The Farm. We learned two sight words such as “that” and “what”. Also, we learning more/fewer and did a worksheet. He’e are learning about a part of a duck and colored a picture.
Today, we continued on our beginning and ending sounds of a word and doing a worksheet. He’e read their book called What Hatches? to one another and underline the sight words “out” and “of”. Also, they drew the scene of each picture. They continued working on with pennies and did a counting worksheet. They did a “color me” pattern activity. Lastly, we are taking care of our seeds that we soaked under the sunlight and wait for the sprouts.
n Language Arts, He’e are learning how to recognize the beginning and ending sounds of a word. During our reading, we colored our pictures and read to a friend. In Math, we continued learning about pennies and did a worksheet. Also, we did a shape recognizing worksheet by coloring the correct shape. Lastly, during our outside time we put seeds with cotton balls so that the seed can sprout and be planted. Also, we did a hand printing activity.
We continued to review the letter N, the sound and words. Watched a video about the litter N and what words begin with the letter. We are now talking about sheep’s. For today’s lesson I taught the children the song “BA BA BLACK SHEEP”. We painted a sheep black with cotton balls and black paint. Tomorrow we will continue to discuss sheep’s and other farm animals. Enjoy the rest of your evening
his week we started on a beginner reading book called What Hatches? We read as a group and learned a new sight words such as “of” and “out”. We are learning the beginning and ending sounds of a word and did it on a worksheet. Moreover He’e was introduced to different types of coins but will only be focusing on pennies. Lastly, we worked on making our own shape pattern.
Today Ms. Horiuchi was not here, so Mrs. Lewendosky continued with our Farm Animals. But when we went outside we discovered the famous mealy bug (roly poly) and tried to race them but they ran away from us faster than we could catch them. We also put mud on our drawing to put the pig in its real habitat, the mud made our hands real dirty. Have a great weekend see ya on Monday.