Welcome back to another awesome year at Discovery in Intervention. This year has started off with renewed mindsets, positive attitudes, and a thirst for learning!
Please encourage your student to read as much as possible. Words are everywhere! Have your student read the cereal box at breakfast. In the store, have your student help you find the right aisle for the pickles. When riding in the car or out for a walk, have your student read the street signs and billboards.
Looking forward to another awesome year of growth for all!
We’ve stayed engaged with our weekly trips to Raemelton, reading, learning about fractions, and all sorts of other interesting things!
MJ learning how a fraction is a part of a whole.
Tried some sports during our time at Raemelton.
RS sorting and graphing jellybeans
Wacky Wednesday with MC and me
TF practicing cooperation and turn-taking with Mrs. Velma
Flexible seating is a must for read to self
GC contemplating the day’s activities at Raemelton.
We made it to spring break! What a time we’ve had!
T.F working on her kindness donut.
M.C. embracing her silly side.
More adventures at Raemelton!
M.B. was very excited to lead with Mr. Jonathan.
S.B. smiling with Sunshine!
T.F. has a special connection with her horse Nick.
R.D. ready to take Phoenix onward!
R.S. working hard on the letter N during daily 5.
Looking forward to more memory making after spring break!
We’ve made it through 2 of 3 trimesters! We’ve been busy learning all over Discovery School!
Solving Logic Puzzles
Practicing Grammar Skills
Reviewing Math Skills
Read to self with flexible seating
Learning about Hygiene
M.C. created a game using different types of probability outcomes.
Wacky Wednesday in Kindergarten
Working on rhyming and writing
Happy Wednesday, kidlets! Yes, the blog is slacking right now. I apologize. Life has been difficult. But we shall press on! I missed Tongue Twister Tuesday 🙁 That hurts. So today I’m switching it up. Check out this video. I like the beat! Don’t be surprised if next school year I sing the hook every day!
Wash Your Hands