On Wednesday, Mallory Bagwell worked with both fifth-grade classes to create Geodomes out on the field. It was a beautiful day for it.
We had a busy, fun Friday today in 5th. We worked with a guest poet on writing sonnets, finished presenting a landscape design project in Science, and ended our day with comfy forts and choice time.
Thank you to all who were able to make it to open house tonight. It was wonderful seeing the students share their work with you.
5th Graders did a fantastic job celebrating Dr. Seuss’ birthday and launching our Read Across America activities for the month of March by reading to the younger grades this morning.
We had a blast at the end of the day celebrating the 100th day of school with our 2nd-grade buddies in Ms. Oliveira’s class. Each student had a book of challenges and completed different tasks that involved probability, estimation, writing, measurement, and other skills.
Students worked in groups using craft materials to design and make a plant that could survive in the Arctic. Students needed to consider their plant’s access to water and air and its ability to withstand the region’s harsh conditions.
We had a busy week right before the winter break. Happy New Year, everyone!
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