Winter Greetings from the Primary Class

Primary has had so much fun this fall, and winter only has more in store! Over the past few months, we have studied Community Helpers, The World Around Us, and Dinosaurs. With these themes, we’ve had the chance to do awesome activities such as making dinosaur fossils, creating collaborative art projects, exploring rocks and minerals, and reading lots of amazing books. We’ve also participated in so many fun school-wide activities. We had our first Nature Walk in a long time and it was such a beautiful experience. We were able to move our bodies by walking a beautiful trail, then rested half way through to chat with friends and eat a snack. And last but not least, we had our Halloween Celebration! Everyone’s costumes looked so spooky and fun. We enjoyed our spooky crafts and activities, too.

The celebrations don’t stop yet! In winter, we will learn about and celebrate holidays, such as Diwali, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and Christmas. Our celebration of Diwali will lead us into our new continent study of Asia where we will learn about the culture, animals, food, and landmarks of Asia. Along with our study of Asia, we will learn about our monthly themes. We’ll discuss Transportation in November, Art in December, and Space in January.