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Hunt Club Farm

November 12, 2014 · Comments Off on Hunt Club Farm · Kindergarten

Mrs. Harris’ kindergarten class along with the other kindergarten teachers  went to the Hunt Club Farm in Va. Beach, Va. in October.

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Kindergarten Update

December 16, 2013 · Comments Off on Kindergarten Update · Kindergarten

From Ms. Cleland: We have been learning about Pocahontas and the Powhatan Indians in Kindergarten.  The Powhatan Indians were Native Americans who lived in Jamestown when the settlers first came to America.  The Indian princess Pocahontas helped the settlers get use to the new land and form a friendship with the Powhatan Indians.  In honor […]

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The Wonderful World of Kindergarten

October 14, 2013 · Comments Off on The Wonderful World of Kindergarten · Kindergarten

From Ms. T Harris: Welcome to the Wonderful World of Kindergarten at Victory Elementary! The students are off to a victoriousstart this year and learning many exciting new things.  We are counting to 100, creating patterns, reading our sight words, and identifying the characters and settings in books. *Remember to read a book to your […]

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ActivTable come to Kindergarten

May 29, 2013 · Comments Off on ActivTable come to Kindergarten · Kindergarten

From Ms. Cleland:   Think computer that accommodates up to six, interactive, sounds, vibrant colors, and fun animated characters. One of the latest additions to kindergarten is a Promethean ActivTable.  Victory Elementary was selected to have an ActivTable in one of our five kindergarten classrooms.  The ActivTable is a touch screen table which can accommodate […]

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Norfolk Zoo Field Trip

May 27, 2013 · Comments Off on Norfolk Zoo Field Trip · Kindergarten, science

On Thursday, May 16th, the Kindergarten students went on a field trip to the Norfolk Zoo.  The purpose of the field trip was to reinforce and make a connection with Science SOL  K.7 (The student will investigate and understand basic needs and life processes of plants and animals;    (animals need adequate food, water, air, shelter […]

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The Value of Field Trips

May 21, 2013 · Comments Off on The Value of Field Trips · Kindergarten

From Ms. Samuels: The Kindergarten students of Victory Elementary School are exploring the concept of Conservation SOL K.11 for the fourth quarter of the school year. This topic is in alignment with the SOL standard K.11 which focuses on students understanding that materials can be reused, recycled, and conserved. One of the activities that the […]

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CAMPBELL’S NOODLE “SOUPER” ACTIVITY STATIONS

May 1, 2013 · Comments Off on CAMPBELL’S NOODLE “SOUPER” ACTIVITY STATIONS · Kindergarten

BET YOU DIDN’T REALIZE THE AWESOME FUN YOU CAN HAVE WITH A SIMPLE POOL NOODLE!!!  WELL CHECK OUT WHAT’S HAPPENING IN “CAMPBELL’S COURT” THIS WEEK.  STUDENTS WILL BE USING NOODLES CUT INTO VARIOUS SIZES AND SHAPES FOR TONS OF GREAT ACTIVITIES INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING: “ROCKET LAUNCH” – THEY MUST LAUNCH THEIR NOODLE IN AN ATTEMPT […]

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Shapes in Kindergarten Everyday Living

November 8, 2012 · Comments Off on Shapes in Kindergarten Everyday Living · Kindergarten, science

From the Kindergarten team: If there were no shapes around, one would not be able to recognize or distinguish the many possessions that are around us.  Nor would we be able to describe or illustrate the things that are seen daily.  That is the task the kindergartners were assigned to discover.   They had to gaze […]

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Purple Crayon Pictures

October 22, 2012 · Comments Off on Purple Crayon Pictures · Art, Kindergarten

Ms. Mallory shares some pictures from Art lessons in Grade K  inspired by “Harold and the Purple Crayon”.    Watch the video if you are unfamiliar with the story. Ms. Mallory explains the activity in this podcast: Purple Crayon Pictures Podcast   

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