The first graders proudly walked the money earned during their casual dress day to the business office. All money earned will be donated to The Nature Conservancy. The first graders were very proud of their efforts and the business office was very surprised to have so many little visitors!
The students went on a nature walk about HKA to see what is growing and they found a LOT both inside and out.
Do you know how many seeds an avocado has? Do you know where to find a strawberry's seeds? The kids in 1ài do after investigating the seeds of a variety of fruits. We even planted them afterward to see if we can grow our own!
1ài began planting their own garden. They began with been plants and will see how long they take to grow!
Not only did we have ONE mystery reader today...we had TWO! Lena's dad visited us first thing in the morning to share a family favorite Korean story, Cloud Bread. And later in the day, our very own Ms. Phyllis shared two stories from our library. Did you know that kids books can have NO pictures? The Book with No Pictures is a class favorite and always brings lots of giggles when the name of the author's only friend, a hippo, is revealed. Who knew a book with no pictures could be so much fun? Thank you mystery readers!
Sports, sports and more sports was the theme of the day as the 1ài pandas took to the field. And what a day it was!
The first graders have decided to donate the money raised this Friday for the Casual Dress Day to The Nature Conservancy. The students in 1ài visited all of the other ài classes of the primary school to let them know about The Nature Conservancy and what they do. They were brave communicators!
We'd be surprised if the kids had any appetite for lunch on Wednesday after our delicious Share-A-Snack. The goal was to put together a sandwich combination no one has ever, in the history of the world, created. Peanut butter, cucumber and marshmallow? Sure! Cheese, nutella and red pepper? Why not? Ham, hummus and banana? Mmmmm, good! Don't be su
Zero the Hero came to 1ài one last time with a list of challenges and activities for the students to enjoy. They attempted the challenges with the help of their fifth grade buddies and had a great time in the process. The day ended by sharing the contents of the 100th day collection boxes and grouping and regrouping the contents into different number amounts. Ask your student about the different 100th day collections!