Kindergarten First Weather Forecast

The Spring is known for wacky weather, but I don’t know if we are prepared for this. Listen to our future meteorologists forecasting their weather predictions.

Alana_Laufle       Jacob_Van_hulle

Click on the link for each of the classes below to view their Photo Stories. Make sure your volume is turned on. These projects were adapted from the story Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs by Judith Barrett.


Mrs. Laufle’s Forecast


Mrs. VanHulle’s Predictions


Mrs. Walquist’s Weather Report


Mrs. Latosz’s Meteorologists


Just remember, you heard it here first.

Green Eggs & Ham Retellings

The Kindergarten classes have worked very hard on their retellings. They have practiced beginning, middle, and end. The students also talked about details of a story. Take a look at their written retellings complete with pictures. Listen as they each narrate their project.


Audrey Nathan_Green_Eggs Allsion



Dosenberger Retellings

Green Eggs and Ham Retellings

We love Green Eggs and Ham! Our Kindergarten classes listened to the story and practiced their retelling skills. We talked about beginning, middle, and end. The children used Kid Pix 4 to illustrate their retelling with drawing tools or stamps. Then they showed us their Kindergarten writing by making text to go along with their pictures. We hope you enjoy our projects!


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Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!

We are celebrating Dr. Seuss’  birthday this week by reading some of his books. 

Our class just read Dr. Seuss’s ABC. We liked all the letters. We liked the letter “U” because it says underwear!!!! We also liked the letter “Z” because of the Zizzer-Zazzer-Zuzz. It was funny. Gerry liked letter “A” because of the alligator. Harrison liked the “H” because, “It’s in my name.” Dylan read Mr. Brown Can Moo, Can You? He said, “Well, it was really funny and all the sounds were really good. It’s the greatest book.” At home, Alana read Green Eggs and Ham. She liked it because, “He was like, hey! I like green eggs and ham!”

Mrs. Laufle’s Kindergarten