Next stop . . . Europe!

Our field trip to the National Museum was enlightening.  The students discovered how the Cayman Islands were formed and the unique flora and fauna which share our homeland.  They were treated to an “animatronic” presentation of a catboat, including its design and use.  The children also received a history lesson about the Cayman Islands, notably the original uses of the building which now houses the National Museum, the struggles and bravery of the original settlers, and the rich inheritance of our unique culture.

Museum Trip Pose 1






Museum Trip Catboat


Museum Trip Pose 2











The African luncheon was a tremendous success!  Thank you to all parents who contributed dishes and attended the event.  We are certain you agree these luncheons have been and will continue to be treasured times for our classroom and families.  The students were so excited to share all the works they completed regarding Africa and we trust our families were impressed!  A special thanks to the parents who stayed behind and assisted Ms. Adrienne with the clean-up!

Africa Masks 1

Guess who?













Africa Masks 2

As we head into our final term for the school year, April brings with it a new continent to explore – Europe!  On the heels of their Africa adventure, our students eagerly anticipate their pursuit of knowledge regarding the many unique features, animals, plants and cultures of Europe.  The students will share a special focus on plant seeds.  Of course, there will be a European luncheon, so watch for the date; likely in May.

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

April 2015 Goals

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