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Easel painting and finger painting are favorite activities of
the kindergarten class at Fairview.
During the Christmas season we had great fun making a rein-
deer with papier mache, a sled, and a stuffed Santa Claus. Mak-
ing Christmas angels from detergent bottles was our project for
our mother's Christmas gift.
Numbers from one to ten are written and the concepts of each
Rhyming words and beginning sounds are a part of our read-
ing readiness work.
We have a rhythm band and everyone gets very excited on the
days we have band.
Creative expressions to rhythm records are great fun. Some-
times we are fairies, giants, elephants, or any one of a number
of other animals.
The kindergarten room at Alta is always filled with numerous
activities. The children may be modeling snowmen from clay, UW
painting at the easel, singing, expressing themselves in finger
plays or rhymes, or working in their reading readiness workbooks.
In the Autumn our units include: Living inthe School, Nur-
sery Rhymes, Transportation, Pets, Halloween, Thanksgiving,
and various Autumn activities.
Winter finds everyone busy on such units as: Christmas, The
Playhouse, Workers We Know, Winter Activities, The Circus, St.
Valentine's Day, and the Patriotic Holidays.
During the Spring our discussions include: The Farm, The
Garden, Easter, Mother's Day, and May Day.
Mrs. Davenport's Kindergarten
FRONT ROW: Diane Bell, David Menke, Danny Cameron, Lynn Ford, Mrs. Davenport, John Minard, Steven Sie-
vert, Clayton Diischer, David Suhr.
SECOND ROW: Kayla Rydstrom, Tony Weiland, Debra Anderson, Jimmy Stough, Gregory Lessmeier, Randy Lich
tenberg, Janet Schmidt, Sandra Peterson, Jerri Lynn Paulson, Jeanine Harms.
THIRD ROW: Brent Gerry, Susan Bergquist, Kathy Anderson, Jeff Lucas, Carey Hinkeldey, Jimmy Buckendahl,
Steven Rohlk, Steven Adolphson, Carol Glienke, Diane Johnson, Judy Anderson.
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FRONT ROW: Debbie Rehnstrom, Linda Dailey, Mitchell Quirin, Dennis
Binder, Tim Mattson, Joy Meyer.
SECOND ROW: Mary Kjolhede, Linda Rydstrom, Mike Larson, Susan Sor-
enson, Jorja Johnson.
THIRD ROW: Mrs. Halverson, Merril Friedrich, Julie Mattson, Retha Kruse,
Shanda Christi ans on.
First Grade Activities
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V at Fairview. It has given more time for special help and activity.
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i , - - ., ' - Uw,f'3 .C V We We dramatized three stories using stick puppets, recited three
E es' N T- . W p , poems in chorus, and sang songs.
I ' J By the end of the year we will have read the basic pre-
,',, primers, primer, two grade--one readers plus supplementary
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J - ' .i.' 5' Combinations in numbers have been learned by recognition
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heard by our teacher during writing class. It wasn't always easy.
FRONT ROW: Jimmy Nelson, Laurie Anderson, Tommy Laffin, Debbie Brutlag,
Dona Sievert, Keith Boettcher, Richard Greene, Merrill Otto.
SECOND ROW: Christine Samuelson, Scotty Peterson, John Eaton, Mrs. Paulson,
Lynn Chase, Don Marsh, Julie Jahde.
THIRD ROW: Orie Hetrick, Barbara Johanneson, Ann Pedersen, Jeffery Petersen,
Bradley Walsh, Richard Weiland, Carol Van Hooser, Barbara Fuller.
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