Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Last week the Kindergarten students learned about dinosaurs! The students had the opportunity to be archeologists and carefully chip the dinosaurs out of the ice using a hammer and pick. The students made a mural of giant dinosaur footprints that was hung on the wall by their class for all to see. Each Kindergartener painted their dinosaur footprint however he or she liked. Dinosaur puzzles were done on the floor of the classroom. Kindergarteners went on a fieldtrip to the nearby creek to hunt for fossils and then came back and made some of their own by making impressions on play dough!
This week the students will move from learning about dinosaur bones to learning about human bones as they begin their unit on healthy bodies.

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