The past month in Lower Elementary was exciting, as we observed chicks hatch from their eggs! We had eight out of 12 eggs hatch. The children enjoyed the embryology
process and loved observing baby chicks.
As we wrap up our studies of reptiles, we are transitioning to our study of birds and mammals. We will complete our studies of Antarctica by the end of March, and then we will begin our studies of Australia.
Soon we will begin our study of land and water forms, and units of measurement.
An Ode to Chicks
I love Baby chicks!
Baby chicks are fuzzy, fuzzy,
Buzzy chicks fuzzy!
There are feet walking on the ground.
Where are they walking to all around?
It is to their water and their food that they found
Peep, Peep, Peep
Look, look, look.
Peep, Peep, Peep.
He is really sweet.
He is walking on his feet.
Please make sure your child arrives to school on time. We start each day with a meeting and go over important events. This is often the time that big group lessons are given. When your child is late, they miss out on community activities and big lessons. This creates a sense of unease and disharmony for the child when the routine is imbalanced.
Drop off begins at 8 a.m., and class begins at 8:15 a.m. for Lower Elementary.
Upcoming Events and Dates
March 29: Field trip to the Mandarin Museum