Students put their final touches on their presentations before they presents the weathering projects from their power points. Some have a more relaxed approached...
As parents visit our class, students get to share their knowledge of decimals as they played a matching game with their parents. We enjoyed spending our math time with our family. Thank you for taking time to come see your children.
What does the gobstopper represent? How does a river weather a rock? Students found out these answers today. Did the rock change? Come visit purple hall and find out some unusual answers.
Thank you for supporting technology in the class room. We spend two-three days a week on our devices researching each state standard. This week we are finding out constructive and destructive forces in nature and the impact on the earth's surface. Students share their work in graphic organizers, power points and other creative projects.
As students search their devices, some still rely on books to give them answers. We use a wide variety of resources each week to learn new facts to share.
I hope to get students excited about science and the world around them.