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Skyping with our friends at FAFU. Today the children discuss the book The Little Red Hen.
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Science is a big part of our Curriculum at Imagine. Here's some Prek kids experimenting with oil and water. They were perplexed by the fact that the two liquids do not mix
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9/20/17
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Two of our newest Owls discussing the best possible way to design their track.
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A garden to go? How brilliant! The babies at Jamaica kids are growing grass and taking care of their little garden. The children take turns watering the flowers every day!
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Can you find the Leopard? The Preschool Owls at Port used magazine clippings to camouflage the Leopard. This was a great lesson on how animals protect themselves in the wild.
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The Owl class at Port Washington are learning about Lions. Here is a descriptive chart of what the children know about the King of the Forest. A great opportunity for writing with you Pre-Kindergartners.
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While learning the concept of short and long, our friends at Dumbo used recycled paper towel rolls to create a great collage. What a great way to show the children what short and long looks and feels like.
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Our friends at Jamaica kids celebrated Earth Day. Here's how their three year old class plan to help our Earth.
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After reading Silly Suzy Goose by Petr Horacek, the two's class at Dumbo was inspired to use feathers for art. They created these silly collages and enjoyed exploring the feeling of the feathers.
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Love this Jungle Inspired Science table from Dumbo, complete with photos, comparisons, magnifying glasses, books and a special jungle plant.
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