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For the past few months we have celebrated the achievements of many African Americas. One person that we gravitated to was the musician Stevie Wonder. For our final project we decided to make harmonicas as a fun activity.
Our Pre-k friends created a mural of all the different modes of transportation we learned and presented it to our peers. We also had fun going on a virtual field trip to the New York Transit Museum and learned about public transportation in the community.
Our First grade friends learned about Mae Jemison.
Our K friends had the opportunity to learn about Garrett Morgan! We decided to make our own stop signal.
Use the Playlist above to watch all of this years’ winter performances!
In Pre-k we are learning about community helpers. We had guest speakers join our Career Day to share what their job is and how they help the community. We learned that Mr. Eric works for the MTA transit system and makes sure trains are clean and safe to ride on. Mr. Jordan (Otto’s Dad) isContinue reading “Career Day”
Today was our first day of in person instructions for our blended learning students! We read the story The Kissing Hand by Audrey Penn and created a kissing hand in response to the story. Students traced their hands and colored their handprints. Then they got to practice their fine motor skills by using scissors toContinue reading “Pre-K – New Beginnings”
In preparation for the upcoming school year, all students whether they are opting for full-time remote learning or not are expected to have access to their DOE’s Students Account. How to set up your NYCStudents.net account Please read the following instructions on how to set up and retrieve your child’s NYCDOE Student Account. Go toContinue reading “DOE Students Accounts”
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