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Our Kindergarten Blog this Week

Hello, Dear parents hope your week went well, ours was amazing and fruitful as usual!


Large group

Since we started our new large group, all the children have been participating actively. They have already started writing the days of the week on their own, which made us happy and proud of their achievement in such a short time.


We have also been discussing our upcoming events this month, particularly the Art Auction on May 25th. We have been reading books with them and encouraging them to read on their own, and they have been doing an excellent job so far. During free choice time, they have been playing with the Bristle lock, which has helped them find their creative side by building different things like rockets, spaceships, and cameras.


Small group



During our literacy session this week, we focused on compound words. The kids found it engaging and enjoyable to see how two words can combine to form one new word. Throughout the session, we all had fun while learning new words and helping each other match them to the pictures. We also worked on coloring in the pictures and writing the words on the space provided next to them. Overall, it was an engaging and educational session that left everyone feeling happy and amazed.


Our math lessons this week included learning about the concepts of before, between, and after. We also practiced circling the smallest numbers from a given set of numbers. Additionally, we focused on tracing numbers and rewriting them multiple times. While the students were able to complete the between and after tasks independently, they had some difficulty with the "before" concept. However, with some practice and support, they were able to understand it better. The circling activity went well, as the students were able to identify and count the smallest numbers accurately.



Our science activity is always the highlight of our week because it's all about exploring and discovering new things. This week, we did a fizzy experiment which was really exciting for all of the kids. They patiently waited for their turns to do the experiment and see the outcome. It was both fun and educational for them. For the experiment, we used baking soda, vinegar, and food coloring. The kids loved it so much that it would be a great weekend family activity to try at home.


“Can I take it home?” Frankie

“Look me” Xinyuan


We had an art session where we created 'Bubble Art' on canvas. We had previously learned about this topic in our science session and decided to convert it into art. The children were thrilled with the outcome, and seeing their happiness and excitement was priceless.

“I am going to tell my mom to bring lots of money and take this art home to me.” Yazeed


“No, I am going to take it home with the butterfly.” Ruut


“Let’s have a rock paper scissor to know who takes it.” Andre


“Dad will come and bring it for me.” Abigail


“Wow, nice bubbles with my purple.” Haon


“Wow, we are doing it like the science we had in the class?” Frankie




Our plan for next week is as follows: -

Large group

Songs: Good morning songs

Circle time: calendar

Books: Caterpillar

Small group

Monday: - Literacy

Tuesday: - Math

Wednesday: - Journal

Thursday: - Science

Friday: - Co-operative game / Music

Our Special

Monday: - Ethiopian center/Maker space

Wednesday: - Library

Thursday: - Art




- Every Wednesday is our library day, so we will be sending a book that your child picked from our library, which will be returned after a week on library day.

- Every Wednesday we have Football, so please send your child with football-appropriate clothing.

- Every Thursday is our art day so please send your child with art-appropriate clothing.

Thank you for your time!


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