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The students have learned so much about North America already – its landforms, biomes, flora and fauna.  We can’t wait to continue our investigation and discovery of the special cultures, traditions, and celebrations of the countries sharing our hemisphere.  The highlight, as always, will be learning about the variety of foods in our country as well as those of our neighbors.  We look forward to sampling some of the unique foods endemic to our Cayman Islands and the other samplings our parents are bound to bring.  The North America Food Fest will be May 30th.  Further details will follow via email.

Students interact with Caymanian racer snake

Students interact with Caymanian racer snake

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The students are excited about their study of plant roots and we have planted our own miniature vegetable garden that allows us to view the roots as the plants grow.  We hope to harvest the vegetables in time to share them for a snack before the end of school in June!

The NCFA performance should be sometime in May and we will keep parents informed as dates are disclosed.  The students are working hard to memorize their poems and we are going to be adding gestures early this month.   They already have shown great talent with inflection, enunciation and projection.  We look forward to their performance!

Another exciting event is the S.C.R.A.P. community art piece being created.  Ms. Martinne has generously loaned her artistic talents to our classroom and is helping us design and create an amazing piece of art out or re-purposed materials.  More information will be forthcoming as to the unveiling and fundraising event which is set for May 23rd.

Ms. Martinne reveals art through words

Ms. Martinne reveals art through words

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Students begin the background canvas

Students begin the background canvas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For further details on our goals for May, please select the link below:

May 2014 Goals

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