The Cooper School Daily

Puppet Masters

Writing About Our Reading
As reading stamina increases, our Kindergarten readers have been bursting with excitement to share funny or exciting parts of their books. This week, Kindergarten readers spent time writing about their reading to try and convince other people to read the same books! These young readers and writers have learned that the best way to convince someone is to give them LOTS of reasons!

How To Be A Kindergartener: A Puppet Show
Students were so excited to welcome the incoming Kindergarten class to The Cooper School this week with a puppet show. Our puppet study wrapped up with a final presentation giving tips and suggestions to new students of How To Be A Kindergartener. With only two weeks left in their Kindergarten journey, our almost first graders showed off all of their presentation skills, puppet mastery, and confidence to embrace their new peers! We were so proud of all of their big-kid growth, work, and leadership.

Tumbling To The End of the Year
We could not wait to hop on The Cooper School bus this week to head to the West Ashley Gymnastics. Kindergarteners were delighted to work in groups, dance, tumble, and climb through ninja courses. Every single student was fully active for an entire hour! We loved seeing children bond, bounce, and boogie while celebrating all of their hard work and friendships this school year.

Important Dates:
May 24th – Teacher Work Day (No School)
May 27th – Memorial Day (No School)
May 30th – Half Day (11:30 Dismissal)
May 31st – Last Day of School (11:30 Dismissal)