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P.S/I.S. 121 NELSON A. ROCKEFELLER
please follow us month by month as we learn and grow
solving our math problem of the month for november
students explored and made observations
about the and ocean life.
the new york aquarium visits ps 121
learning addition and getting ready for the change of season
learning about animals and their habitats
at the prospect park zoo
learning in our centers
comparing then and now
celebrating veterans day with veteran heros
How can we sequence a story?
Trick or Treat Math
which pile of candy is greater?
Which pile of canDy is less than the other?
can we trick you if they are the equal?
KINDERGARTEN IS ASKING AND ANSWERING QUESTIONS
ABOUT LIFE ON A POND
SCIENTISTS ASK AND ANSWER QUESTIONS
KINDERGARTEN IS LEARNING TO IDENTIFY AND DESCRIBE HABITATS
Different animals have different habitats
Eric Carle write a fun book about habitats.
How is a turtle's habitat similar to a crab's habitat?
Describe a fish's habitat
scientists collect and share data
SCIENTISTS IDENTIFY AND DESCRIBE
Students are recreating habitats and presenting their dioramas
What do you see in these habitats?
KINDERGARTEN STUDENTS ARE LEARNING TO COUNT AND COMPARE
SCIENTISTS COUNT, COMPARE, AND MEASURE
5 SENSES NATURE WALK
STUDENTS ARE LEARNING TO USE THEIR FIVE SENSES
TO ASK AND ANSWER QUESTIONS AND MAKE AND RECORD OBSERVATIONS
CAN YOU NAME THE FIVE SENSES?
NATURE IS EVERYWHERE. mAKING OBSERVATIONS AS A FAMILY
IS A GOOD WAY TO LEARN OUTSIDE OF SCHOOL.
wHAT DO YOU SEE, HEAR, SMELL, TOUCH, FEEL, TASTE,
AND NOTICE WHEN YOU OBSERVE?
Students are recognizing and making patterns
There are patterns all around us and in the living world.
What patterns do you see?
Students are recreating skylines
students are learning about the human body and how it moves
KINDERGARTEN FAMILIES LOVE TO READ
kindergarten students love to write
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