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6th Grade Symphonic Science

The 6th grade science students are diving deep through the basics of science including the metric system and learning about mass, volume, and density. The students chose to mix up our learning routine with a musical twist. The 6th grade science students were placed in groups and created raps with the vocabulary words. Their academic […]

Learning about Winter in PreK

The friends in Pre-K 103 have been busy learning all about the season of Winter! We have been learning about snow, cold weather clothing, and all things-winter! This month, we read The Snowy Day, by Ezra Jack Keates, The Mitten, by Jan Brett, and The Gingerbread Man, by Laura Murray. At home, with help from […]

Learning about the Colonies

Our 5th graders have been having a lot of fun while learning about life in the 13 Colonies. Rather than just reading about them, the students have taken part in simulations to decide what to bring while moving to the New World. To demonstrate all they have learned, the students were required to produce an […]

Big Hearts in Room 102!

The students in room 102 have such big hearts! As we transitioned back into our routine after our break, we found time to discuss our New Year’s resolutions. Many students have big ideas to help others in our community who are in need. We also set new academic goals and planned out specific ways we […]

Remote Learning in Art

Since September, students in kindergarten through 8th grade have been hard at work producing great works of art! Here are a few from our remote learning art class… Trinity M., 6th grade- Van Gogh Sunflowers Recreation Vivian B., 2nd grade- Patterned Landscapes Alana H., Kindergarten- Paul Klee Cityscape Olivia M., 4th grade- Wayne Thiebaud inspired […]

Giving Thanks in KDG

Kindergarten Room 110 kept things light and simple for Thanksgiving this year and kept our focus on the idea of thankfulness. It is one of the most important attributes a person can possess, and it’s never too early to reflect on all the things we are fortunate to have, especially in these unusual and uncertain […]

To Walk in Someone Else’s Shoes

Over the last month we learned about empathy. The students watched videos, read passages and had very lengthy, insightful conversations. We shared personal experiences and learned from one another about what it means to walk in someone else’s shoes. The students were asked to sum up in one quote what that powerful phrase means to […]

Learning About Food in French

The sixth grade French students have been working hard during their mealtime in the French-speaking world unit! They started out the year exploring dishes and restaurants in the French-speaking country of Senegal in Western Africa. The students researched recipes and created Flip Grids describing their preferences of the dishes. We digitally traveled across the world […]