Mrs.Pollina and I are so grateful that we are able to get t ELA classes together to participate in Book Buddies. We are even more thrilled that they love it so much. Each older student, read an October themed book to a primary student then created a book report together! Adorable!!!!
Big thanks to both the Cutchogue and Mattituck fire departments for taking the time out of their busy schedules, to come and make sure we are all properly educated on the importance of how to be safe during extreme situations.
September 26, we celebrated the birthday of Johnny Appleseed by reading about his life and sequencing his life events by making a pot hat.
Can you guess what our letter of the week is? That’s correct! It’s lowercase f.
We kicked off our social studies unit this year talking all about our families.
We were so lucky to have Mrs. Grant come in and share the book, A Friend for Mole, written by Nancy Armo. What an amazing story. Thank you for sharing the story as well as all of the wonderful activities to go along with the book.
Lower case b is over letter of the week. B, bat, /b/.
Every year, the students love to decorate our tree with a poem and activity. It’s always fun to have the children pick what goes on the tree. This year, we chose pumpkins.
We read the story, Ten Apples Up On Top, by Dr. Seuss. This story was a great way for some of us to review the concept of rhyming and it was a great introduction for others.
What an amazing first full week of school we have had. We ended it with our character word of the month “kindness”, and shared Whoever You Are, by Mem Fox. It was nice to share ways we are all different and ways we are all the same as well as accepting others. We are all kind to whoever, wherever, all around the world!!!!!
Math is taught in a guided center setting, where when the teacher is facilitating a group lesson, the other students are working in a center independently.
Our letter of the week is lowercase t.
Knowing the difference whether you are reporting a situation that could be harmful or dangerous or tattling on someone, is a very tricky concept to understand.
Every Friday afternoon, we are going to learn all about character education. Each month we will focus on a new topic or word and practice different ways to apply it into our daily lives.
What a wonderful first day we had. We all enjoyed the story, Interrupting Chicken and working together to follow directions and have fun!
Just wanted to wish everyone a restful nights sleep tonight , because we are so ready to have you back to school tomorrow!!
The chicks have hatched and we couldn't be more excited!!! Thank you to those who came down to observe them on Sunday.
Monday morning the students entered the building filled with anticipation and curiosity.