Little Bears

March 2022

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Little red caboose, little red caboose, Little red caboose behind the train, train. Smoke stack on his back, going down the track, Little red caboose behind the train. In March, we explored different jobs that help our community. As we learned about “Community Workers” we zipped...

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February 2022

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February was an extra exciting month for the Bears Class.  We celebrated Valentine’s Day. We learned about love, talked about friendship, and had a lot of fun passing out our Valentine’s cards! We also learned some of our favorite nursery rhymes and grew in our understanding of...

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January 2022

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I’m a little snowman round and fat, With a carrot nose and a big black hat. I like to play outside on a snowy day, Until the sun melts me away.   During January, our classroom turned into a winter wonderland! We learned about all the changes that winter brings; winter clothing...

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December 2021

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The Christmas Cookie First we mix it, and stir it all around.Then we roll and roll it, and cut it to shape.Bake it and bake it, that’s how we make it.Looky looky it’s a Christmas cookie!  The wonder of Christmas has arrived in the Little Bears room. We are sure enjoying all the...

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November 2021

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November was filled with Ocean Life and Thanksgiving fun! We enjoyed taking a trip under water and making our own ocean life in our classroom. We learned that dolphins are not a fish, sharks can weigh as much as a car, fish use gills to breathe, and most sea stars have five arms. We also made...

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October 2021

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Five Little Pumpkins Five Little pumpkins sitting on a gate.The first one said, “Oh my, it’s getting late.”The second one said, “There are witches in the air.”The third one said, “But I don’t care.”The fourth said, “Let’s run and run...

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September - October 2021

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There are pigs that oink, gentle cows that say “Moo, moo”Wooly sheep say “Baa” and chickens say cluck, cluck too.All the animals we see that live down on the farm say hello to you! We had a great start to the new school year!  The Little Bears seem to be adjusting...

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