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Talk and Teach | May 13th
Thomas showed his lego plane to the Lemurs! The Lemurs saw that it resembled the Red Baron plane from World War 1. Rafi bro (More)
Talk and Teach | April 29th
Cole shared a few of his hockey players from a game set he built with his dad! He also gave the Lemurs a few NY Islanders statistics. More)
Talk and Teach | April 22nd
Rafi brought in a shirt signed by Swedish ice hockey player for the NY Rangers, Henrik Lundkvist! Willow, Seb and Max share (More)
Leaping Lemurs' Publishing Party!
The Leaping Lemurs shared their personal narrative and non-fiction writing with friends and family at our publishing party this morning! Loved ones wrote beautiful comments on sticky notes to commend the Lemurs for their hard work! More)
2nd Grade Author's Visit
We were lucky enough to have Shana Corey, the author of The Secret Subway, speak to the second grade this afternoon! She delivered the important message that as a second grader herself (several years ago) she was an avid reader, above all else. It wa (More)
Talk and Teach | March 11th
Cole and Willow made Superbowl rings for the Lemurs and taught the Lemurs a little bit about football history and recent updates (among them Payton Manning's retirement and the upcoming draft). More)
Tiny Lincolns visit 2JR
The Leaping Lemurs were lucky enough to host 4 Tiny Lincolns in our classroom last week! Our Tiny Lincolns demonstrated their vast knowledge about President Lincoln, all while remaining in character (no easy feat!). Thank you for your visits, Pres (More)
Talk and Teach | February 12th
Amelie brought in tracing paper she uses to sketch different patterns and pictures. She keeps it in her "equestrian design kit." More)
Talk and Teach | Jan 8th
Amelie brought in an evergreen mini fir tree, or a small christmas tree to share with the Lemurs. She's wanted a plant of her own for a long time now and affectionately named it "Tweet." Amelie taught us how to nurture a plant such as this one. You w (More)
Holiday Sock Snowmen!
The Leaping Lemurs made holiday sock snowmen this past week...yes, very cute SOCK snowmen! Each child poured different measurements of rice into a sock (first 1 1/2 cups, then 1 cup, and finally 1/2 cup), putting a rubber band around each section so (More)
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