Kindergarteners were eager and proud to participate in the Art Walk. Students were thrilled to see and share art created by themselves and friends in their learning community. Their unique artist statements expressed how art makes them feel. Thank you parents and families for attending our Art Walk and supporting our creativity.
James and The Giant Peach
Kindergarten students, teachers, and parent chaperones were thrilled to take a study trip to The Dock Street Theatre to see several of our drama coaches from Charleston Stage Company perform in “James and The Giant Peach”. Kindergarteners donned their “fancy”
dress uniforms to view real live actors and actresses at work in the theatre. Students delighted in seeing familiar faces on stage as well as seeing other Cooper School classes and parents, in the audience. The humorous spins that Charleston Stage was able to add truly made the play a special event!
Kindergarten mathematicians have been learning all about measurement this week. Kindergarteners developed their knowledge of measurement by using their feet to measure objects. Mathematicians recognized the need for standard measurement units by discussing “How Big Is A Foot?” Kindergarteners worked with a math partner to measure various objects and to compare those measurements. Lastly, measurement enthusiasts were provided experiences with a variety of measurement tools. Ask your Kindergartener what they learned in measurement this week!