During our multicultural celebration, students not only performed, the students also researched and presented to friends and families. The students collected information on different countries represented in our school and then presented it to their peers and families. i
We hosted a variety of interactive workshops which allowed parents to engage with school staff and learn about different ways to help strengthen children’s skills. Families listened to book called Mixed by Aree Chung about a community who mixed and made new colors. Just like this community PS 896 is mixed. We have many differentContinue reading “Multicultural Activity”
The students were able to engage in play at the children’s museum. The students visited many exhibits that stimulated informal learning experiences that they loved. At home, you can engage in many forms of play to continue to support early childhood needs. Press play to enjoy!
In writing, we are currently in our persuasive writing unit. Students have begun by writing signs, songs, petitions and now letters about problems they see in their classroom and in their school. We are also addressing problems they identify in their neighborhood. For example, writing a letter to teachers about broken pencils or writing aContinue reading “Opinion Writing”
Here is a list of things our class came up with that they know how to do.