Tag Archives: multiage

Kindergarten News–Multiage Math

Tower-Soudan students are having lots of fun learning together with multiage math once a week. Multiage reading groups are coming soon!

Clothespin Number Match

Clothespin Number Match:  http://www.confessionsofahomeschooler.com/blog/2010/06/z-review-clothespin-match-up.html

Ordering Numbers Activity


Kindergarten News February 2, 2012–Sliding

Groundhog Day was a lot of fun.  We learned that groundhogs hibernate, eat fruits and vegetables and live in burrows.  We also made cute groundhog headbands to wear for the day.  Videos came from this website:  http://reallyroper.blogspot.com/2011/02/groundhog-day.html

In science we learned about day and night and the stars and the moon.  The kids were surprised that the moon can sometimes be out in the morning!  They are planning to keep their eyes on the sky to see what else they can discover.

Tomorrow we are spending part of the afternoon sliding with the fifth grade students.  Please dress warm and bring your sleds, kids, it’s going to be a great time!

Kindergarten News–December 15: 6th Grade Help

Tower-Soudan 6th graders joined us today to help finish number books and do some marble painting.  They also made Christmas chains and did some reading with the younger kids.  It’s always a great thing to get multiple ages together, there are some interesting conversations going on!

Number Book

Marble Painting

Christmas Chain