Sharing your love of Reading

“Reading is the heart of education.” Jim Trelease, 2013 Everything we do begins with reading … following a recipe, reading plans to build something, learning to use a new digital device, searching for information, reading street signs and maps; the list is endless. In order for our children to be successful at whatever career path […]

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Future Authors and Illustrators

Have you ever read: From Head to Toe, written and illustrated by Eric Carle? We share this book with our kindergarten students during our author/illustrator study of Eric Carle. It is impossible to sit when reading this book!  One just wants to do exactly what the book is depicting; it is a favorite of our […]

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Chat with Sculptor

On March 4th,  we had an amazing experience. Ms Wood’s 3rd grade class chatted with a sculptor, Meredith Bergmann, via a Google Hangout!  Ms Bergmann created the wonderful Boston Women’s Memorial, which is installed on Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts.  She graciously agreed to ‘meet’ the students so that they could interview her about her experience […]

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Paleontologists at Work

Over the past two weeks, the second grade paleontologists have been busy researching a particular dinosaur.  We have a fabulous new database with great information about the dinosaurs, which once roamed the earth.  It can be accessed from anywhere in the world, 24/7! The above QR code, which links automatically to the YouTube link, shown […]

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