Mrs. Rabe's Class Blog

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A Week in the Life of Kindergarten


Getting ready

We get ready in the morning to come to Kindergarten. Here’s some of the things we do to get ready:

Please add a sticky note to our Venn Diagram to share how you get ready in the morning.

Time to go to school

Here’s how we go to school: 6 ride in the car, and 10 take the bus to school

Mrs. Rabe's graph

How do you go to school?

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What technology do we use every day?

Look at the brainstorm list that our Kindergarteners said that they use every day:

  • Computers
  • iPads
  • Pencils
  • Hand signals
  • Video
  • Whiteboards
  • SMART Board
  • Walkie Talkie
  • Cell Phones
  • Radio/CD

What technology do you use every day?

Our favorite school lunches

These are our favorite school lunches:

Pizza that makes you wanna cry!

Pizza: Photo Credit: Jasmine via Compfight

Banana - Isolated

Banana: Photo Credit: robin_24 via Compfight

What’s your favorite food for lunch?

How do you get ready for your day?

How do you get to school?

What technology do you use every day?

What’s your favorite lunch?

2 Comments to

“A Week in the Life of Kindergarten”

  1. September 26th, 2013 at 6:17 pm      Reply Tracy Watanabe Says:

    Dear Mrs. Rabe’s class,

    When I was your age, I walked to school. When I was in 4th grade, I started riding my bike to school.

    If my school was on a busy street like your school, I think my mom or dad would have driven me to school.

    How did Mrs. Rabe and Miss Sue get to school when they were your age?

    How do you think you would get to school if you lived in the snow and didn’t have a car or a school bus?

    Kind regards,
    Mrs. Watanabe

    • October 5th, 2013 at 6:46 pm      Reply Mrs Rabe's Kinders Says:

      Dear Mrs. Watanabe,
      Thanks for writing to us. Mrs Rabe and Ms Sue both drive their cars to school. When Mrs Rabe was in Kindergarten, she walked to school.

      If we lived in the snow, we decided that we would want our parents to drive us to school because the snow would be very cold. Only nine students have experienced touching snow.

      Thanks again for writing to us. We look forward to seeing you visit our class after Fall Break.

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