09/01/13 – 09/7/13

We came back from our conference to the girlies showing off their beautiful art.

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Mis 5 lost her first tooth! We had a great science lesson about it. We talked about the structure of a tooth, why they fall out and we looked at the tooth under a microscope.

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This is my two-year-old’s horse from library story time. She thought the ears looked like a bow so she didn’t want them on her picture and she only wanted purple for the mane. She really knows her own mind.

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These are cards the girlies made for us while we were gone, I found them in the luggage and thought they were adorable, I can’t read the title of Miss 4’s book, but Miss 5’s book is called Willow and the Kwest.

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Our Kiwi crate theme for September is flight. Our first project was making kites. We experimented with different types of tails and saw how they caught the wind.  Little adjustments were made and soon the kites were catching the wind and the girlies were giggling.

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Science Friday! This week our coop group learned about different types of soil and and what they contained. They dug up dirt and put it in jars and examined it.  They got dirty and had fun, the two things they love the most.

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Miss 5 wrote a song called “What Do You Do When You’re Feelin’ Blue?” Her sisters were her back up singers and after they practiced for about a day they sang it for us using the couch as a stage. It had a strangely punk rock vibe but it had a positive feel so we enjoyed it.

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What Miss 4 and 5 are reading:

Little Bear – Else Holmelund Minarik

We are reading:

Five Little Monkeys Wash the Car – Eileen Christelow


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