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Pumpkin Day was lots of fun! The Kinderkids enjoyed playing with pumpkin playdough, playing Pumpkin-O and eating the candy pumpkin from the free space, and making a Pumpkin poem book. It was quite an experience when they dipped their hands into the pumpkin to pull out the squishy goo and seeds. Eating yummy pumpkin muffins and drinking apple cider was a real treat. But, the highlight was walking outside to the SCS “pumpkin patch” and looking for the “special pumpkin” labeled with their name. Playing on the playground was also lots of fun! God blessed us with a beautiful day and a great time!
Mr. Schriemer came to our room. He taught us about changing seasons and what different animals do as it turns from fall to winter.
The Kindergarten kids visited Cranbrook Institute of Science to learn about “Creature Coverings.” They classified and categorized animals into mammals, amphibians, reptiles, and birds. They were shown live animals in each category; a fruit bat, frog, bearded dragon lizard, and tree owl. It is fascinating to learn about God’s creation!