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Kindergarten

Kindergarten Highlights

Scripps Ocean Partnership: Pond Life

Kindergartners study the pond and fresh water habitats as a part of their science curriculum. To deepen their knowledge and further their experiences, students visit the conservancy to study the community’s water shed, learn how the creek/pond system eventually travels to the ocean and learn more about the animals and plants of this habitat.

100th Day of School

To celebrate the 100th day of school, Kindergartners count out 100 stickers to put on a hat, as well as count out 100 fruit loops to make a necklace! We also read stories about the number one hundred and play different games to celebrate this special day!

Field Study: Botanic Gardens

Kindergartners visit the San Diego Botanic Gardens to study pond life. They learn more about the animals and plants that live in this habitat, as well as learn about temperature of the air and water. Students end this field study by drawing a real-life sketch of the animals and plants they see at the pond.

Philanthropy: Focus on School Community

In Kindergarten we explore our place in the school community by serving others and working to make it a better place.  We look for ways to help others and bring happiness to people in our school community. We learn that philanthropy comes in many forms and we can make a difference in the lives of others by being generous with our time and friendships.

Erin Dunigan
Erin Dunigan, Kindergarten Teacher
Christi Walter
Christi Walter, Kindergarten Teacher