These kids amaze me with everything that they can learn so quickly! They know what a mold and cast is, a trace fossil, and how to infer from the clues that organisms left millions of years ago what it might have been doing. I loved seeing how they made their trace fossils and then read […]
We know a lot about animals today because we can observe and analyze them in their habitats. What about the organisms that are now extinct? Do we know what they were like? We can tell a lot about a creature by the fossils that they left behind. These 4th graders can tell you what to […]
We had so much fun learning about Christmas traditions around the world, making Christmas crafts, and playing Christmas activities. We are so grateful for the parents who came in today to help it all happen. Thank you!! Merry Christmas and happy New Year!
We had a great time this week seeing a lot of the students perform in a dance assembly. We also needed to decorate our room for the winter season with snowflakes. Our Native American presentations went fantastic, and it was amazing to see all the research each student was able to do and then present. […]
We first drew a 3D pot using curved lines to make it pop out of the paper. Then the students used oil pastels to color each section. After coloring, they painted brown paint over the pot and waited for it to dry. When their pots were dry, the ultimate challenge came–to scratch into the pots […]
We loved learning about the brain through some hands-on science. The class got into groups and put together their very own brain as they learned about each part. After each part was completed on their play dough brain, they would test each other on what each one did. Ask your child where and what these […]