Ms. Susan's Kindergarten Class
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Parents, if you ever have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact me whether email or by phone. My phone number to the school is (832) 555-1111 extension 123. For parents that are emailing for more of a convenient. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Please feel free to contact me whenever you want. As well as, allowing me at least 24 hours to get back to you.
How to play an online educational game
Hello and welcome parents, recently in class we have been having the students engage in a tech game called Mathmorphosis. Mathmorphosis is math game that is helping your child learn their addition and subtraction math facts. Here is the URL where you can be able to find this game http://mrnussbaum.com/mathemorphosis-2/ . The main character in this game will be your child trying to figure out the math facts to help the egg turn into a caterpillar and from there help the caterpillar turn into a butterfly. Once the caterpillar turns into the butterfly it means that your child has successfully finished the game. Each time the player gets a problem right the egg, caterpillar, or butterfly will get bigger. If the player gets it wrong, points will be deducted and the egg will not grow. This game relates to our class content because instead of having the kids work
on math problems on plain white paper. We have this really cool game to help the kids engage and have fun while learning. This will boost their energy in wanting to learn. While playing this game they are having so much fun that does not even realize that they are learning. Multiple students in my classroom tell me how much they love it and that they wish learning math is always this easy and fun.