Stephanie B.'s Class

December 2021

Our fall months brought so many fun activities. In October, we had a lot of fun learning all about pumpkins. Parts of pumpkins, the 5 senses of pumpkins, carving pumpkins - we were pumpkin crazy! We also learned about the order of events by using first, next, then and last. We took time to build vocabulary and discuss what it means to be thankful and reflect on some people and things in our lives that we are thankful for. As we moved into November, we made poppy wreaths and spent time learning about what it means to have peace and to be peaceful. We also connected our learning of thankfulness to our understanding of peace, and to know that we are thankful that we are able to experience peace. Everyone got to express what peace means to them. As 2021 wraps up, we continue to explore new ways to learn. We are looking forward the upcoming break and wish everyone a peaceful holiday. 

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