There was a unit on the five senses.
There were LOTS of St. Patrick's Day Projects.
This is the note that came home before the St. Patrick's Day party.
As expected, Lily informed me that she would NOT be eating green eggs and ham. But then, she helped make the green eggs. And it turns out, she likes them! (Sam-I-Am was right!) But just the eggs, no ham, thank-you-very-much!
In Discovery Class, the kids connected alligator clips from a battery to a light bulb holder in order to complete the electrical circuit and light the bulb.
For "Guess & Tell" one day, the kids were supposed to bring in something that flies. Lily decided to draw pictures of flying things. First, "Fairy Lily".And on the back, she drew "Butterfly Lily".
But in her excitement to show them to me while I was in the shower, she dropped the paper and it got all wet. So she drew a ladybug instead, complete with spots, wings, smile and eight legs.
She worked on writing the days of the week.And painted a frog.
There was a unit on weather. And weather drills. The kids hid in a bathroom with a flashlight for a tornado drill, and marched outside for a fire drill.
There was a whole unit on dinosaurs. Or "Dinos" as Lily likes to call them. Because they're on a nickname basis.