Mrs. Rabe's Class Blog

We're a group of 5 and 6 year olds exploring the world!

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Mrs. Rabe

Kindergarten teacher in Arizona, USA.


Kindergarten Memories


Today we discussed this week’s blog Challenge which came from the Journalism class at Cactus Canyon Junior High School in Apache Junction.  Their question was about memories.  I asked my students what the word “memories” means.  Their responses were that a memory is something that you want to remember from the past, it could be […]

Cyber Safety Ideas from Kindergarten Students in Arizona


Today we watched a video about Hector the dolphin and his sea animal friends.  We learned that you should NOT put your entire name on the internet.  You should not put your address, your birthday or your phone number out there either.  A bad person could get this information about you.  The bad person could […]

Tips on writing a quality blog comment from Kindergarten students


We brainstormed tips for leaving comments on blogs, then we visited a few blogs from the Student Blogging Challenge to leave them some comments. Here’s our brainstorm:   Here’s the first blog we visited was Room 16 in New Zealand. We liked their post about art and wrote this comment for them: We thought your […]

Our World Compared to Our Grandparent’s World


We talked about when our Grandparents were little and what was different from now. Back in the day, phones looked like this: Photo Credit: Vincent_AF via Compfight Today, phone can go with us: Photo Credit: William Hook via Compfight During this time that we worked on our poster, we found out who lives with our […]

Welcome to our blog!


Welcome to our Kindergarten blog!  This is our first post on our blog.   This blog is for my Kindergarten class to share with my students’ parents of the things we have been working on in class through blogging and pictures. 

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