Kindergarten News

The Kindergarten class has been busy reading and taking AR tests. Since January we have taken 97 tests. We are learning to add and subtract with the help of teddy bear counters. We have been practicing for our graduation in May. We really enjoyed the McWane Center. We got to touch string rays, sharks, and extra-large catfish. We also got to dig for dinosaur bones, build...

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Kindergarten News

During the month of February we predicted if Punxsutawney Phil would see his shadow or not on Groundhog Day. We learned that our predictions don’t always come true. The seniors helped us make a pop-up groundhog with a cup. We also got to play “Hit the Pin” with the seniors in the gym. It was so much fun. We love when they visit us. We also learned about the life cycle of...

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Kindergarten News

It is hard to believe the year is going by so fast. In December we learned all about real and make-believe animals. In January we are reading about Jack and the Beanstalk and real pandas. We have leaned a lot of sight words and amazing words. We can sound out words and read words with short vowels. Math is all about shapes, sizes, colors, money, and patterns. We just...

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Physical Education

Physical education has been going great at Chambers Academy.  I am excited to say that in grades 3-4, we are beginning our first sport education unit. Sport education allows the students to be a part of a team as we play modified versions of sports. They take an active role in their own sport experience by serving in varied and realistic roles that we see in authentic...

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K-5 News

The K-5 class was invited by Dr. Mehaffey to share a Thanksgiving lunch in his office on November 3rd. The students entertained Dr. Mehaffey with many interesting tales. They used their best manners. Mrs. Debbie Harmon made a guest appearance on December 7th to read books about Thanksgiving, teach math lessons with candy corn, and make a poster with the students that...

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Kindergarten News

We sailed our way into October on our Pirate Ship. During the book fair we decorated flags to hang in the library. Wil’s flag won first place in kindergarten. We traveled to Columbus to see “Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.” Everyone enjoyed the play. Mrs. Mindee Allen helped us paint a Santa Claus with our hands for the upcoming Country Fair craft. The...

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