"The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery."--Mark Van Doren
Our Kindergarten Enrichment Program is entering into the spectacular "spring season". We will continue our weekly themes are focusing on letter sounds and the interest of the children. We will also continue to discover and explore through science activities. Art and movement are another important component of each week's activities. We will explore our campus with nature walks and recess in all weather and mud!
Teacher Sharon and I work closely with Teachers Kara and Chris to individualize academic and social growth in each of our students. We have been creating many stories using writing prompts and illustrations. The children have their own individual word rings that they create and then illustrate. Our math capabilities are expanding.
The Kindergarten Enrichment children love to listen to stories and are enjoying making predictions. We carry our stories over our three day "Enrichment Week" practicing information recall, patience, and fostering a love of reading.
Important Upcoming Dates:April 9th- 10:00 am All School GatheringApril 28th to May 1st- International WeekMay 1st- 5:30 pm One World CafeMay 13th- Celebration of FriendsMay 13th- Clothesline Art Festival 2:30 to 5:30 pmMay 29th- 1:00pm Game DayJune 5th- Last Day Kindergarten Enrichment
Fifth grade graduates are effective communicators and creative problem solvers and approach transitions with self-assurance. They are not only prepared for a middle school setting; they are "ready" in every sense.