Monthly Archives: January 2011

Getting Ready for Speech Festival

The children have been busy practicing, practicing, practicing their poems for our Speech Festival on Friday, February 4th. Each group selected their own poem and created their own motions to their poem. Sit back and enjoy their performances! -Miss Antida

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Classroom Maps

As part of our Kaia’ulu unit we have been learning about maps. The keiki listened to the story, “Me On the Map” and experienced drawing their own map of our classroom. They even worked in small groups to create a … Continue reading

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How long does it take to…?

In order to learn about time, the keiki in Mrs. Littrell’s math class did a sorting activity. Each child was given a picture of an activity that would take a second(s), a minute(s), or a hour(s) to do. After thinking … Continue reading

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100 Days of School

On Friday, January 28th, we celebrated our 100th day of kindergarten! The students had made awesome projects with their 100 popsicle sticks. We shared our projects, made a snack of 100 treats and enjoyed graphing our favorite cupcake toppings….and then … Continue reading

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Martin Luther King Jr.

For the past couple of days the keiki have been busy learning about Martin Luther King, Jr. and his dream for freedom. They learned about Dr. Kings life as a young boy and how he fought for his rights “with … Continue reading

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A Pono Story Response

We practiced making a “pono” story response in our reading groups, understanding what to put in our beginning, middle and end responses. Check out Noah, Tyler, Kai and Ciana as they explain how to do this. Enjoy Ciana’s pono response … Continue reading

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