Mrs. Sweezey

Welcome to Mrs. Sweezey's K4 Classroom

Posted: May 6, 2018

In recent weeks we changed the classroom into Jurassic Park and the children have been exploring dinosaurs and becoming Paleontologists.  In this activity, after watching a short video on what Paleontologist do, we broke out our tools and practice what it would be like to dig for dinosaur bones by freeing the chocolate chips from a cookie.  It was both fun and tasty.

Posted: March 26, 2018

It has been a blast watching the kids play this winter.  When we broke out the slides a number of weeks ago, the learning curve was actually pretty steep for the kiddos.  Figuring out how to get the slide to the top of the hill, hold it in place, balance, and then safely fly down the hill, waiting ones turn, and moving out of the way for the next slider - took a lot of work and time.  The kids had their moments of tears and frustrations.  The slide often got away on them before they were able to hop on, but they persevered, and they are sliding superstars! 

In this video we see Weston finally, after a very long winter, take his first ride on the blue saucer.  Weston is a great observer and after watching his classmates navigate the snow hill and learn how to safely slide, he was ready to give it ago himself.  Watch as he positions the slide just right, using his upper body and core strength to hold it in place and balance at the top of the hill until he's ready to let go.  So much happening here and we are super proud of you buddy!

Posted: March 26, 2018

Posted: March 26, 2018

Posted: March 26, 2018

Posted: March 26, 2018

Posted: March 26, 2018

Playing cooperatively is a lot of work and takes a lot of practice, but sometimes, it can be fun.  Playing fair is one of our outdoor rules and whats more fair than a round of eeeny meeny miney mo?

Hello - Apologies for the late update, it's been a crazy few weeks.  Lots of activities, fun, and outdoor play.

Posted: February 18, 2018


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