The Wiggly Tooth

Laugh and Learn with Mrs. Thomas and her Kindergarten Class

Beach Day

Melody's Treasure

Melody’s Treasure

Sun, sand and sea! It can’t get much better than that. Students had a great time exploring sea life on the beach and in the water at Bamberton Beach. They found all sorts of creatures from sand dollars to moon snails to crabs.

Exploring The Beach

Exploring The Beach

The Class

The Class

Austin, Jack & Sullivan Digging Together

Austin, Jack & Sullivan Digging Together

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Snail Trail

Snail Trail

Snail Trails By Nate, Ashley & Katie

After reading On The Trail by Keith Faulker, students loved designing and creating their own snail trail. Snails could go over, under, round or through different obstacles. Students connected this story to The Very Hungry Caterpillar because both stories contain a character traveling through the book, eating as it goes.

 

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Snap, Crackle & Pop

Breanne, Snap  & Marco

Breanne, Snap & Marco

Marco and his family brought in three mallard ducks named Snap, Crackle and Pop. They are raising the rescued ducks in their barn with other feathered friends. Once the ducks are older, the ducks will be released into their pond down the road.

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California Kickball

Mermaids Versus Death Lizards

Mermaids Versus Death Lizards

Students enjoy playing California Kickball. The game is a blend of soccer and baseball.  It has the basic rules of baseball but you kick the ball.         Go Team Go!

Teams Showing Sportsmanship

Teams Showing Sportsmanship

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Invasive Species

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Danielle Showing The European Starling

Students learned about invasive species with Danielle New from the Municipality of North Cowichan. Invasive species are plants or animals not from our area. They take over the local food, water and shelter leaving an unbalanced eco-system. Some invasive species in Cowichan are the American Bullfrog, European Starling, European Fire Ant, Japanese Knotweed and Giant Hogweed. It is important to know our native plants and animals so families can keep our wild life growing together in harmony. invasive 2

 

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Butterfly Wings

butterfly book

butterfly wings

 

 

 

 

 

 

The final butterfly emerged from its chrysalis, so it was time to release them. While reading A Butterfly is Patient by Dianna Aston, students learned about the delicate scales on their wings. Students watched as the butterflies took flight being careful to observe only.

Butterfly In The Wild

Butterfly In The Wild

Marlee, Avery, Katie, Nolan & Austin Watching Butterflies

Marlee, Avery, Katie, Nolan & Austin Watching

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