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Esther Eng
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Making Pizza
Happy May everyone! This month, our class finished our all about books about their animals. Each student also made a diorama on their animal. We will send these home in June! Everyone worked so hard on their books and their dioramas! Here are some diagrams ...

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Questioning
Hi families! What a month March has been! Our class has been exploring like scientists and asking lots of questions! In reading, students have been working on questioning the books/stories they read. J.C asks "Why (does) this fish live in the dark?" "Why is...

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End of January Updates
Hi families! Happy (early) Lunar New Year to those who celebrate! Reminder that next Monday there will be no school in observance of Lunar New Year. This month, we started doing literacy centers. Every day, students rotate between a variety of centers inclu...

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Happy 2016!
Happy new year families! It was exciting to see all the students back this past week! I noticed many students grew! :) This month, we will be assessing the students on their reading levels and their knowledge of the alphabet and also assessing them on math ...

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Pattern books and Play Journals
Happy Holidays everyone! It's been a warm December which is great for the kids-we've had great weather for outdoor play! This month, our class has started reading and writing pattern books. Pattern books are books with simple patterns for example: I see a c...

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Math Games!
Hi everyone! Sorry for the lack of a blog post last week. Last weekend, I ran the 60K (37.2 miles!) in Central Park, which was 9 laps of the inner loop! Luckily some of my TALES colleagues came to pace me! Fellow kindergarten teachers Mrs. Nesser and Ms. Li...

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Pumpkin pumpkin!
This past week, we explored pumpkins! We opened up a pumpkin together and felt the pumpkin and smelled it and created a jack-o-lantern together! On Friday, some students dressed in costumes for Halloween! I sent out to individual families photos of their ch...

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Writing in our world
This week we started our new units! In reading, we will start reading emergent storybooks. These are books that have a very repetitive and fun story line and easy to remember, catchy dialogue. These stories include books like Three Bears, Three Billy Goats,...
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