Our UPK student presents the Phases of the Moon on Decatur Ave

This week we learned about the phases of the moon. As our UPK students grow as scholars, we encourage them to speak in front of their peers with confidence.  One of our UPK students enjoyed the theme so much, he created a special presentation for his peers. A special congratulations to Nicholas, for his courage, Read More

Zebra Room Newsflash!

For the month of March, the Zebras learned all about trees.  We learned about what makes up a tree and who lives in them.  We also learned about other things that are on trees, such as fruit, flowers and even birds nests.  We read the story “Goodnight Mouse” by Parragon.  It was about different types Read More

The Elephants learned about the Three R’s!

In the month of March the elephants learned how to recycle!! We created two bins: one made out of cardboard for paper products and one made out of plastic for plastic products.  The elephants then sorted through a mixed pile of paper and plastic materials, choosing the items they liked best.  Then the walked to Read More

Monkey Room March Madness!

March meant trees in the Monkey room.  The classroom learned about the different textures of trees, parts of trees, how trees change and what kind of animals live in trees.  We the class to the park and they touched the trees and explored the different parts.  While at the park they collected leaves, twigs, fallen Read More

News from the Giraffe Room!

Our topic for the month of March was trees.  We took our children to the park to to discover the different characteristics of trees, who lives in trees, how trees change and what we can do with other parts of trees.  While we were at the park we had the students collect the different parts of Read More

Cheetah Room News

The Cheetah Room was completely consumed in the month of March with a Tree Study.  Students learned about the characteristics of trees, who lives in trees, how trees change and what we can do with parts of trees. Much of our lessons took place outside so students could learn from first hand experiences.  Students picked trees Read More