All aboard for the Kindergarten Express. At each stop we will experience something new and discover more about the world around us.
The first stop is a train display presented by Teacher Bob. We will learn about different trains and how they are powered. A surprise visitor will arrive to enhance our first stop.
Our next stop is the computer room for a Podcast of the train exhibit at Brandywine. The sound of trains will come alive.
We will then journey on the Kindergarten Express to the Brandywine Museum where we will observe critter trees, artwork, and the amazing trains.
The Kindergarten Express then takes a rest before its long trip to Mexico to celebrate La Posada and enjoy a Piñata.
When we return from the festival we will prepare for Sinter Klaus and his white horse. We will put out our shoes and fill them with carrots to complete the tradition.
The whistle blows and the conductor yells "All Aboard!" Teacher Charmagne is calling for the class to sing in the Holiday Program and set the tone for the season.
Our final stop is back in the classroom to share time together. Our reading, writing, and math are all on board. The Kindergarten Express is quiet reflecting on all the experiences and returning to our circle of friends.
Dec 1 - All about trains with Teacher Bob Dec 5 - Trip to Brandywine River Museum. Leave 8:45am, return 12:00 Dec 11 - Piñata Dec 18 - Holiday Program at 6:00pm. Arrive at 5:45pm Dec 19 - Class Holiday Gathering Joy to all for a blessed Holiday inspired by love
Happy Holidays, Teacher Kara
Graduates of Quaker elementary schools know themselves and are able to recognize the strengths of peers. Because they are effective communicators and creative problem solvers at an early age, the fifth graders approach transitions with self-assurance. They are not only prepared for a middle school setting; they are “ready” in every sense.