Mrs. Wagner's Class News

By Mrs. Wager's Kindergarten Students

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Mrs. Wagner

by Alexa, Savanah L., Sawyer, Adhish


We like Mrs. Wanger because she is the best. She has pet dogs named Roxy and Basil. She is a good teacher. Outside of school, her favorite thing is to be out in the sun. Her favorite thing in Kindergarten is playtime, cleaning the room, and math. The best thing about kindergarten is being with us.

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Our Class

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Our Classroom

by Rudy, Sam, Gemma, Angel


The most important thing about our class is everything! We get to do PE. We like visitors coming in. We like to learn and have the book fair. We love all our activities and we can play with all our friends.

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Math

by Mila, Bryan, Seira


We are learning 2 + 2 = 4 and 1 + 1 = 2. We go on Dreambox. 3 +5 = 8. We count Pete the Cat's buttons. We are 5 or 6 years old. In math we have two different groups. Some learn on the carpet and some work on Dreambox.

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Writing

by Savana, Bentley


We write about princesses. We were writing about cars. We write about plants. I was the proudest about plants.

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Playful Inquiry

by Amel B., Daniel


We play with animals. There is an animal station. We play with legos and build a house. We build a fairy house.

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Content - Butterflies

by Delaney, Ayah, Ananya, Jackson


We are learning about butterflies. Butterflies have six legs. When butterflies are caterpillars they eat leaves and leaves have something poisonous when you see an orange butterfly. Butterflies drink the nectar -- flower juice. They have four wings and scales on their wings. When they get out of their chrysalis their wings are wet. They curl up in their chrysalis. Butterflies have different color wings and designs on their wings.

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Reading

by Anastasia, Anvitha, Merliah


We learn all about butterflies by reading books. We learn the stages. We learn about butterflies when we are on the carpet. We made a butterfly project. We learned new words like a chrysalis, hatching out of the chrysalis, and antennas. We are learning that butterflies smell with their antennas. The caterpillars make a chrysalis and then a butterfly and then lay eggs and do it again.

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Elmonica Elementary Class Spotlight

The mission of Elmonica Elementary is that together we promote high standards by:

· Practicing critical thinking skills through inquiry.

· Acquiring in-depth knowledge of globally significant ideas.

· Appreciating the unique qualities of each person, creating empathy, compassion, and international-mindedness.