On February 13, grades 1-4 celebrated the hundredth day of school. Activities included building a free standing structure with Solo cups, building with 100 marshmallows and toothpicks, working on circumference while licking a Tootsie Pop 100 times, creating art out of the number 100, and 100 second workouts. It was a great day for all!
Third and fourth grade students participated in a "Snack Chat". The two classes read a story about Harriet Tubman then had questions they had to discuss in a small group. They did this while enjoying a yummy snack. This took place during Language Arts for our CAFE mini lesson.
Here is a glimpse of 3rd grade getting down and all around with perimeter. Students participated in this hands on, fun way to learn what perimeter is all about. Up next is area!
To wrap up the listening skill for Power Hour, Mrs. Saunders' group made dirt cake. They were given a recipe that they had to cut in half and away they went without asking questions. It was a yummy, fun activity!
Third grade rocks! Third graders paired up with 8th graders to create rocks for their rock unit. They created igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks all out of crayons. It was a great hands on experience! Thank you Mr. P for letting your students teach us!
The 3rd grade class showed off their modeling skills and knowledge of adjectives during the Adjective Catwalk. Students enjoyed modeling for their classmates and grades 1 and 2.
Grades 4k-4 had a fantastic turnout for the family reading night in October. Parents and students enjoyed reading books at different "reading cafes" while enjoying a tasty treat. Stay tuned for more family fun throughout the 2013-2014 school year!
Recently, grades 3-5 enjoyed a trip to Old World Wisconsin. The students spent the day learning about the 1800's while participating in activities from that time period.
Here is the 3rd grade during the first weeks of school doing a few team building activities. This is just a glimpse of what the class will be getting into this school year. Looking forward to a wonderful year!
The 3rd and 4th graders in Mrs. Saunders' math class just wrapped up a fraction unit. Students played fraction games, made flip books, and made fraction pizza.
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