One of our JK students was intrigued by a shell in the classroom. Wanting to know more, he set out to research and source more information from a reference book. Rather than us telling you about the connections he made through his investigation, we wanted to let him tell you. Our warmest thank to S.C. and Mrs. Black for bringing such a wonderful learning moment to life.
Here is his story!
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From the JK class of S.C.
Who was the lady you were talking to?(AMM)
Where did you draw the shell picture?(ML)
I liked the comment about the Shwe Dagon. (MM)
I think that the shell is beautiful. (AMF)
How did you draw the picture? (AF)
Why was there a hole in the rock? (CF)
Why is the hole so tiny? (VG)
Dear Inquiring Minds + S.C.;
We invite you to answer our questions that we sent to you about ‘Making Connections in JK’ with S.C. and the JK children. Thank you for sending us back a message.
Here are the answers from S.C.
1. The lady I was talking to was Mrs. Murgatroyd.
2. I drew the shell picture in the PreK. room.
3. Thank you.
4. Thank you.
5. I looked at the shells and then I drew the shells and then I coloured them.
6. Because I thought that there was a crab inside (the grey ‘shell’) and then it got out.
7. Because I think the crab used his pincers to climb his way through.