June 5-9

Zoma Creative

Last Two Weeks Countdown of Events




Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Sr. Students Science World


13 14

Sr. Student

Amazing Race


15 16

*All Day*


Theatre Class

(*if you can stay)


Sr. Science Exhibit



20 21



Jr. Pres of Learning

& Film Screening 11:00


Sr. Go Kart Rally



Frozen Performance


Art Show and Student Displays




I guess I am not sleeping for the next two weeks!







UPDATE June 5-9


This week Junior Students started their research for Around the World. We looked at Flags and copied the country of choice onto grid paper to learn about symmetry. We also looked at recipes from our country and hopefully the kids will be able to make one of them for their Presentations.


In the afternoon we continued our work on 3-digit addition subtraction, multiplication and division. We also worked on our Griffen and Sabine writing, which is looking so good!


On Tuesday we had the biggest turnout ever from Strong Start to tour our farm. Farm School students put their knowledge to the test with the kids. Thanks for the help! In the afternoon we planted seeds and worked on our scrapbooks for the Presentation. We also made carrot muffins.


In art the students finished their batiks. In the afternoon we make meringue and goat cheese. The meringue turned out really well! They are best eaten with a drizzle of cream and fruit J


On Friday we got through half of the play with some pretty humurous moments. We are loving the songs and dances and are really looking forward to the performance.

If you can make it from 9:00am to 3:00 this Friday that would be great. We can get through the whole play with costumes. Next week we will have our FINAL class/ dress rehearsal.



Published by zomacreative

While I have always looked towards teaching for my profession, it was the two years as I spent in Japan an ESL teacher that convinced me I had found my calling. I enjoy the challenges we face in the classroom—the variety of learning styles, the creative versus the scientific mind—and see the day-to-day impact that teachers have on students’ lives. In my own classroom I try to create a sense of excitement and adventure. I strongly advocate for Multiple Intelligence as a central pedagogy.

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