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our little scientists made predictions, investigated, closely observed, and even did some testing! Ask your Kindergartener: How many seeds were in the pumpkin? How many cubes long was your pumpkin? How did you get the pumpkin from floating to sinking? We started our contour drawings of our very interesting looking pumpkins! Check out all that attention to detail! Photographs by: Ms. Aningat and Rilyn
While Ms. Aningat was out at a reading workshop, the class told the substitute, Mr. Free, what these rotting pumpkins reminded them of! Tomorrow we investigate! What happened? How many seeds? Do pumpkins sink or float? We draw them! We paint them! (And Ms. Aningat can’t wait to trash them.)
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The Shocka performance was entertaining, the bus ride was exciting, the picnic was fun, but the audience behavior was AWESOME! Check out Photos & Footage for highlights of our field trip!
Weʻre on our way to the Iao Theatre tomorrow! Our bus leaves promptly at 8:20am, please be on-time to school. Come to school with covered shoes and a home lunch and water. So exciting!
What does it look like...The teachers flashes the image on the screen for about 1 second. The students "buzz" about it with each other, then share their ideas of what they saw. The teacher writes down all ideas (above the line). Then, we look at the image together. After a lot of "ooooh" and "ahhhhhing," we verify if our list of observations were accurate (green checkmarks) and write down NEW observations (below the line).
WHY we do it? To encourage conversation about math topics, listen to othersʻ ideas, practice using descriptive words, making observations, quick subitizing (naming an amount without counting), and soooo much more! Look at how much more descriptive weʻve gotten from our 1st time doing a Math Talk! You go, little mathematicians!
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