It's the 50th day of school at McKinley School, so kindergarten students celebrated with a 50s themed dress-up day, a sock hop with 50s music, and a visit from Zero the Hero!
The city of Fergus Falls let kindergarten borrow a few trucks for the day! What a great way to learn about vehicles keeping us safe on the road.
The Kindergarten classes at McKinley have been learning about landscape painting with local artist Sara Ronnevik. The project is a simple landscape with sky, a grove of trees, and a plowed field covered with a light snow. The students were encouraged to experiment with mixing colors when painting the grove of trees.
As you can see, each student came up with a completely unique painting from the same simple instructions. We thought they were so beautiful that we needed to share some of them! Enjoy our Kindergarten Art Gallery!
Mrs. Schoeneck's class read “Abby Invents UNBREAKABLE Crayons” and then went to work! They created, then TESTED thier crayons! Our Mckinley School princi”pal”, Scott Colbeck, agreed to drive over our crayons to test their strength! SUCCESS!