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Sarah McMahon

Welcome to Kindergarten! I am very happy to have your child in my class. This will be a great year!

My teaching philosophy centers around the individual child who is unique and special. I believe that a quality education prepares students for success in their present and future endeavors, that learning thrives in a safe and caring environment, and that a quality education provides students with varied learning tools and opportunities to become successful learners.I will keep you informed about our class through weekly blogs on this site. Please feel free to email me at with any questions or concerns. I will reply to you via email or voicemail within 24 hours. I look forward to a wonderful school year!

Mrs. McMahon

My Blog

Kindergarten News: April 22-26

Kindergarten News April 22-26 A Peek at the Week: Religion: We will learn that on Easter, we celebrate Christ’s Resurrection from the dead. Reading: We will substitute initial and medial phonemes to make new words, make rhyming words, blend words and extend sentences. Math: We will compare the weight of objects using non-standard units of Read More

Kindergarten News: April 15-19

Kindergarten News April 15-19 Holy Week A Peek at the Week: Religion: We will learn about the events of Holy Week. Reading: We will blend phonemes to make words, extend sentences orally, and build and read words. Math: We will learn simple subtraction and the minus sign and compare two sets to show how many Read More

Kindergarten News: April 8-12

Kindergarten News April 8-12 A Peek at the Week: Religion: We will learn that Palm Sunday is the beginning of Holy Week and discuss God’s love for us. Reading: We will blend words, extend sentences, and delete middle sounds to make new words. Math: We will count and write addition equations and understand simple subtraction Read More

Kindergarten News: April 1-5

Kindergarten News April 1-5 A Peek at the Week: Religion: We will understand that God cares for us and all he has created. Reading: We will orally complete sentences with rhyming words and delete final phonemes to make new words. Math: We will understand tallest and shortest in terms of height. We will also classify Read More

Kindergarten News: March 18-22

Kindergarten News March 18-22 A Peek at the Week: Religion: We will understand loving God and going to heaven should be most important in our lives. Reading: We will review short and long vowels Aa, Oo, Uu. We will also practice decoding words with short and long vowels. Math: We will compare lengths of objects Read More

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What do plants need to survive?

Kindergarten tested what plants need to survive. We saw that our bean plant thrived with sunlight and water!

Plants need water and light.

We watched how water moves up through the stem of celery and then we planted some to watch it grow with water and light.

Apple Oxidation Experiment

Kindergarten experimented to see what happens if an apple is left in the air, put in water, put in milk, or put in lemon juice.

Church Tour

Thank you, Fr. Greg, for guiding us on a tour of the Church! We learned a lot!

Field Trip to Anderson Farms

We had a great time on our fall field trip! We got to pick our own pumpkins, visit the farm animals, and ride the farm rides! The weather was beautiful!

Exploring Animal Bones

Kindergarten is experimenting what happens if we put chicken bones in water, milk, vinegar, and soda pop. Will they get soft and brittle or will they stay strong? How can we care for our bones? After exploring the bones and placing them in the liquid, we enjoyed a song and dance to Dem Bones!

Happy Halloween

Thank you parents for a fantastic Halloween party! We all had so much fun!

Making Butter!

In this experiment students learned how to turn liquid cream into a solid. Each table group took turns shaking a jar of cream until it became a solid. The students then got to taste their butter by spreading it on corn bread! What a tasty science experiment!

How artic animals stay warm

We finished our animal unit by making "blubber mits" to put our hands in and place them in cold "arctic" ice to see how animals stay warm. The blubber helped our hands stay warmer than the one just in the ice. We also compared the size of our hand to a polar bear paw. WOW, they have big paws!

Happy Veterans Day!

Thank you to Holly's uncle for coming in and talking to us about Veterans Day!

Native American Day

Kindergarten celebrated their Native American Day by making buffalo rugs, beating pattern on their drums, earning beads for a bracelet, playing Hubbub (a Native American game), and fishing! We enjoyed a video, The Mayflower Voyagers while enjoying a popcorn treat! What a fun day!

Sarah McMahon

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