Tolerance, cooperation, and teamwork! Every day, our kindergarten children amaze us with their ability to understand each other's differences and work together to accomplish goals, solve problems, and learn more about the world around them! As kindergarten teachers, we find such inspiration in their curiosity, passion, and intelligence!
Our students are curious, enthusiastic, creative, and amazing!
Our classrooms consist of students with varying abilities and various economic backgrounds. Despite their differences, we have found that all children want to learn and succeed. We are hoping that we can teach our children to be respectful, responsible, compassionate, and care for our incredible planet and each other!
In kindergarten, children have many opportunities to build their academic skills through hands-on, interactive activities. We, as teachers, create ways in which our students will be engaged and enthusiastic about learning! However, we would love to take our students out of the classroom setting to explore one of our favorite places- the Boston Children's Museum! At the Boston Children's Museum, our students will be able to discover, build, and learn through the power of play!
Many of our students have not had the opportunity to venture outside of our community- a trip to the Boston Children's Museum would not only reinforce academic, social, and behavioral skills but also offer them an experience that they would not forget.
We know that our students would greatly appreciate this opportunity to expand and enhance their experiences, learn more about themselves, interact with others, and further develop their academic knowledge.
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