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April 22, 2019

Last week, we wrote Haikus, a Japanese art of poetry. Haiku poems consist of 3 lines. The first and last lines of a Haiku have 5 syllables and the middle line has 7 syllables. Because we are kindergarteners, we kept the idea of 17 syllables all together but adjusted the numbers of syllables per line a little. The lines rarely rhyme in haikus.
If you have time stop by to see it.
Enjoy the attached Gazette.

March 29th

Where in the world is our class?
This week we traveled to South America where we are learning about the rain forest and the Andes. So much fun! So much learning!
Enjoy Spring break! See you on April 8th


Guess who was our Mystery Reader yesterday? The famous Mrs. Manning, our Early School Dean! The kids all loved having her in our class!
Some knew her from Early School and some knew her from Tree House. What a treat! Thank you Mrs. Manning for taking the time to come and surprise our class!

This Matters At Wood Acres.

  • High Expectations For Teaching And Learning

  • Strong Instructional Leadership

  • Safe Learning Environment For Everyone

  • Positive And Welcoming School Climate

  • Valuing Time On Task For Mastery

  • Close Home School Partnerships