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Kindergarten Students Research About Hibernation

February 04, 2015

Do you know which animals hibernate during the winter months?  Just ask one of our kindergarten students. After researching, creating posters, presenting information to classmates, and even pretending to hibernate in a […]

Kindergarten Students Explore Five Senses with Pickles!

August 28, 2014

Kindergarten Classes are studying the five senses and exploring their sense of taste with a pickle taste test. Students tried dill, extreme sour, sweet and bread and butter pickles.  Some were super sour!!

Making Resurrecton Rolls

April 17, 2014

 Kindergarten students in Mrs. Haugh’s class recently  made “resurrection rolls” to symbolize the empty tomb following the resurrection.

Happy St. Patrick’s Day

March 21, 2014

Students in Mrs. Haugh’s Kindergarten class participated in St. Patrick’s Day learning activities. Graphing with Lucky Charms cereal was a fun way to apply mathematics skills. Mrs. Newsome and Mrs […]

Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss

March 07, 2014

The Lower School prekindergarten and kindergarten students recently celebrated the birthday of Dr. Seuss with classroom activities based on a few of his favorite books. Students wore “Thing 1” and “Thing […]

How Do You Measure Up?

February 28, 2014

Kindergarten recently combined a lesson about measurement with President’s Day. Students learned that Abraham Lincoln was 6’4″.  Teachers measured each student next to a paper version of Mr. Lincoln and […]

Happy 100 Days of School!

February 07, 2014

Thursday, February 6, marked the 100th day of school at the Brook Hill Lower School. Prekindergarten, kindergarten and first grade students and teachers celebrated the day with educational math activities. Kindergarten […]

Measurement Matters in Kindergarten

February 07, 2014

These pictures show students cutting out outlines of their bodies for a math lesson about measurement. After cutting out body outlines, students were able to compare lengths of fellow classmates using comparative […]

Hibernation Day at the Lower School

January 31, 2014

Hibernation Day for kindergarten students was the culmination of a research unit about animals that hibernate. Students made posters which included important information about the animal such as habitat and […]