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More drawing fun with Jamie
Jamie shows the children how to draw a horse.
River children get a chance to practice what they have learned.
Drawing is becoming a popular Center choice thanks to Jamie's input.
Students continue to run laps.
Some River language students are paired up with Campus Early Schoolers to read stories together. This gives Early Schoolers an opportunity to become familiar with our Lower School environment! Our students also get practice being leaders and sharing their reading skills.
Dance is always fun! We got to use props again this week.
Stretching and warming-up is an important and useful exercise.
We had fun researching British and American vocabulary differences. Let's see if you can do the following activity. The answers will be at the end of this blog.
Match the American word (on left) with the British word (on right)
Click play above to hear the English pronunciation
|Harry (our U.K. visitor) enjoys our iPad apps.|
Harry, our visitor from U.K., helped us pronounce the words correctly!
Cooperative groups write directions
This week groups of 3 and 4 students wrote directions on how to make a pb & j sandwich.
Children worked nicely together to complete their task.