We talked about bodies of water today in Social Studies. We studied photographs to find how streams, rivers, lakes and oceans are the same and how they are different. Ask me to tell you about the photographs and how the bodies of water are different and the same.
We talked to Mrs. Kanter today about making and keeping friends. Ask me to tell you about how I make and keep friends.
In math, we practiced comparing the length of things in the classroom with a string. We talked about making sure we lined up our item and the endpoint of the string to be sure we were comparing accurately. The kids made a t-chart and listed items that were either longer or shorter than their string. They are bringing their string home to compare items at home too.
Instead of our usual playtime, we played board games once again. This is a good age to start introducing board games. Today they seemed more interesting in just have a "board game tasting" and many just tried out different games then floated to another game. We are going to work on sticking to a game until someone wins. The group playing Trouble stuck with it and were quite serious about their game. Here are some snaps of the fun the kids had!
Have a nice evening!