• Butterfly Release

    Posted by Sabrina Barger on 3/27/2020

    Time to let the butterflies go! If you notice the red liquid on the cage it is just left over from when the butterflies come out of the chrysalis. Here is a fun video if you want to learn more about the butterfly lifecycle

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WcokL7PRrnY

    Close up bfly Butterflies

    Comments (-1)
  • Miss You All

    Posted by Sabrina Barger on 3/25/2020

    Just thought I would share my new work space, my couch LOL!

    Ms. B I am posting a video and song from youtube and worksheet about plant parts, optional of course. 

    Watch the video that explains plant parts and another for a fun song
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OIZukSOqLZQ
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJzn_joMoz8

    If you want to extend with a worksheet:
    https://www.simplykinder.com/parts-of-a-plant-free-printable/

    Comments (-1)
  • We have Butterflies

    Posted by Sabrina Barger on 3/24/2020

    We have 8 butterflies!! This picture shows just one, and the oranges are to feed the butterflies. I will be sending out an update email tommorrow. Butterflies!!

    Comments (-1)
  • Seed Growth

    Posted by Sabrina Barger on 3/23/2020

    Hi Everyone! We let the student write about if they had a garden what they would like to plant. I had a vareity of seeds avalible to choose from and they each planted one kind. Here are some photos of the seeds that have sprouted.Plants Plants2 Plants

    Comments (-1)
  • Flowers

    Posted by Sabrina Barger on 3/19/2020

    Got to visit the classroom today to gather some teaching materials. We are still waiting for specifics about how distance learning will work for our preschool  more information should be coming next week. Before we took our pause we were exploring how plants get water and when we are watering why are we watering from the bottom. This is the results of a quick and easy experiment we had in the classroom. These were white daisies one week ago today and the colored water was full in the vases. Ask your student what do you think happened and how it happened. We were about to learn about the parts of a plant and how each one works. Have a wonderful weekend!

    Flower exploration

    Comments (-1)
  • Chrysalis

    Posted by Sabrina Barger on 3/18/2020

    Even though we are not together I thought I would share these pictures of our caterpillars. I promise to keep you updated!Chrysalis Chrysalis

    Comments (-1)
  • School Closure

    Posted by Sabrina Barger on 3/17/2020

    I will be posting here as a way to interact with all of you and your students during this time. I would like to start by saying I truly miss seeing all of you already and I hope you are all healthy and well. This situtation we find ourselves in seems to be fuild and changing rapidly, so I will try my best to give you the best information. I will be posting resources and optinional work you can do at home with your students. I am working on putting together an email list so I can be in contact with all of you, but please if you can email me at sbarger@fcusd.org with your student's name it will help to fill in those emails I do not have. Also I wanted to ask everyone if you currently have a raising a reader book bag at home, please keep it in a safe place and we will take it back when we can. 

    Sincerely,

    Ms.B 

    Comments (-1)

Recent

By Month