December 1, 2017
What is Ichthyology?
What do you call a group of fish?
As Writers, we can include who is in the story, where the story takes place and what happens in the story.
As Readers, we can use our "super powers" to read stories.
We can use the pictures and the first letter/initial sound to help us discover unknown words.
As Mathematicians, we can compose (add) numbers.
Brady and Kaylin are matching numbers to the corresponding number of objects on the puzzle pieces.
Anna is being an engineer!
Justice and Vincent are working hard on puzzles.
Students estimated the number of Goldfish crackers in a jar. After students wrote their estimations and we recorded the data, we counted the Goldfish crackers. Jayce had the closest estimation!
As Ichthyologists, we can state facts about fish.
Ichthyology in Action!
We conducted an experiment to show how fish take in oxygen.
We labeled the parts of a fish.
Maleigh loved holding a real trout!! Luke was a bit more reluctant!
How To Take Care of Trout
We created a chart during Interactive Writing about how to care for our trout.
Our Trout Eggs Have Arrived!
Caring For Our Trout
Each day the kindergarten classes take turns caring for our trout. We must check the water temperature, the chemicals, change the water and feed the trout.
Anna's Mom Read To Us!
Baleigh and Karis Read To Us!!
They were in Mrs. Poston and Mrs. Meade's Class Last Year!
We welcome all of our kindergarten friends and families to send in pictures of family fun. We will have your child share his/her pictures with our classmates on the SmartBoard. Sometimes, we might include the pictures in our weekly Smore newsletter.