Dinosaur Hatching Experiment
The Orchard Class finished up the last of their dinosaur themed projects, they hatched dinosaur eggs. The children created their dinosaur eggs using baking soda and food coloring and hid a dinosaur inside each egg. Then they froze the eggs overnight and the children got to work the next day using goggles and gloves to chip away at the dinosaur eggs. They experimented with vinegar and eye droppers to dissolve the eggs and help the baby dinosaurs hatch. Three baby dinosaurs wer
The children in the Orchard Class had fun walking in the dinosaur feet we made from our recycled tissue boxes. We hope your children have enjoyed learning about different dinosaurs. This concludes our Unit on dinosaurs.
Dia de los Muertes
During the month of November the Spanish class celebrated Dia de los Muertes baking bread and made pavos (turkeys) for Thanksgiving!
School will be closed Wednesday, Nov. 21 - Friday, Nov. 23 School resumes on Monday Nov. 26 Have a wonderful break with family and friends Happy Thanksgiving
Today the Orchard Class helped create a Dinorauma. They collected dirt, sand and pebbles from outside. They took turns placing all the items into a tank. They added a lake for the dinosaurs to get water from and some trees they made from recyclable materials. They also added some "dinosaur" bones and some skeleton fossils. Lastly, they placed the dinosaurs inside the tank. It was a lot of fun!