February 4

Monday/Thursday- PBL: African countries research projects: posters and travel brochures. On Thursday Christina and Josh came with their African artifacts and musical instruments. We played all sorts of amazing songs, experimenting with new sounds and listening to our hearts to find our rhythms. Thank you for the incredible lesson!

 

In Reading we started our Cards Writing Project. We are going to produce the best book of letter writing ideas ever created!

We created Math Gnomes in math and read our first and second adventures. Complete with Jewels! The kids were SO surprised to find out how many nicknames all of the gnomes had!

In Project’s Club the students worked on their Bunny Plushies and in theatre we started filming the Norse Claymations.

We collected sap from the maples and made crepes in Cooking Class. It was so delicious!

In Nature School we made awesome Pebble Art and then we hit the lanes for a surprise bowling outing. Great work on those strikes and spares!

 

 

Don’t forget to pick up your new, updated forms tomorrow, or when you come this week 🙂

 

Author: 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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