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BJG.PDSB Apr 23
Our new in . Learning not to hurt worms!!
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Amber 12h
One of my favourite things about teaching is that everyone’s learning looks very different. Having conversations with students help me to understand their thinking and their strategies.
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Leslie Street Daycare Centre 7m
Prepare your child for . Our senior preschool program at Leslie St. Daycare provides children 3.5 to four years of age challenging but enjoyable activities. Call us at (905) 853-1074 for inquiries.
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Jenny Lee Shee Apr 23
Replying to @jennyleeshee
With very little information coming from your office, and so many devastating cuts in other areas, it's hard for educators to make plans for the future. So I'm asking you: Will there be teachers (OCT) in classrooms beyond the 2019/2020 school year?
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Lia Witcher Apr 23
There are few things more joyful than . We love Earth because it grows trees, gives us water, makes monkeys & cats, and makes us healthy and happy. Thanks to for the inspiration!
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Michael Hughes 18h
Directed Drawing are popular with my Ss. They teach patience, direction following and practice fine motor skills. We do one a month. This time Ss can choose from many 🦸‍♀️ superhero’s 🦸‍♂️ Then we will use in a class comic.
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Ms. B 10h
Students made animals out of recycled materials and then wrote a “how to” book, for our April monthly project. They have been excited to show-and-tell this week!
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WriteReader.com 23m
“Constructing Content with Callouts” by , an teacher & one of our amazing WriteReader ambassadors
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Tori Dennie 12h
Practicing decomposing numbers and place value today ! These kindergarteners amaze me every day with what they are able to learn and accomplish!
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Killip Elementary Apr 22
Clouds and rain didn’t stop our kindergartens from enjoying their space showcase and star party. They shared work, learned about telescopes, and enjoyed a star room. Thank you to everyone who made this happen. Looking forward to solar viewing on May 3rd.
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Carolyn Matson 12h
This year 2 student spelled his name in English and Arabic during chalk and sock today - unprompted! Then wondered “How do I spell it in French?” love that he feels confident to express himself in just some of his hundred languages!
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Todd Kranz 11h
Thank you, Ms. Evans, for inviting me into your class today. It was fun showing your Kinder class how to use Superhero Comic Book Maker. I'd love to show other classes how easy it is for your kiddos to create a story.
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Glenda Davies 13h
students had an awesome day at the where we saw all different animals! Thank you to all of our who make trips like this possible!
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CWheeler Apr 19
Bunny Traps!! I loved seeing how creative they got!! 🐰
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NCYI 14h
JUMPING INTO KINDERGARTEN - Just in time for kindergarten screening!  Know a child who will be going into kindergarten next year? This is the perfect book to help them feel ready to go!  
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Amanda Harris Apr 16
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Brittany Diehl 12h
Today we completed another journal entry after we observed our grass. We even got to give our grass a cut!
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Mrs. Wagner 12h
The last month of kindergarten is always bittersweet. Eight months learning, growing, playing and having a blast together. I am very proud of my sweet students!!! 😊😊😊😊 Only 25 days until graduation! 👩‍🎓👨‍🎓
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Kris Rivera 7h
Samantha was awarded the Outstanding Directed Teacher Award In Early Childhood & Presidential Scholar 4.0 ❤️
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OISEUofT Apr 23
Ontario's full-day kindergarten classrooms are co-led by a certified teacher and a registered early childhood educator. The knowledge each one brings is part of why Ontario's program is so successful, OISE researchers find. 💬
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