Ms. Breeden’s class created pumpkins on the website ABCya.com. Once the students completed their pumpkin, they were asked to type a sentence about their pumpkin using adjectives we discussed in class!
Mrs. Edward’s class used this virtual snowflake maker to design their own snowflakes. Here are their flakes:
After we viewed everyone’s snowflake designs, we recorded their observations via Padlet. Here are their observations. Enjoy their work!
Mrs. Barlow’s students recently participated in the worldwide Hour of Code event to celebrate Computer Science Education week. (Click the embeded links to learn more about these events.) When students work on coding, they are learning to collaborate with others, developing critical thinking and problem solving skills, learning how computers and programming works and having fun! Some of the coding apps we use are:
Enjoy the pictures of them working!
Mrs. Barlow’s class listened to the book, The Soldiers’ Night Before Christmas.
Next they made Christmas cards using this card maker from abcya.com. Before making them, we discussed how our military serves our country every day of the year, even on holidays. Students were asked to keep our service men and women in mind as they created their cards. Enjoy their work below!
Merry Christmas to our service men and women! Thank you for your dedication to our country!
Mrs. Gee’s second graders discussed how everyone is AWESOME at something. We watched this video by Kid President to be inspired:
In this video, Kid President is introducing a guide to being awesome. Here is our digital version of how we ARE awesome. Enjoy their work!
Blake worked diligently with his free choice time for several weeks to create this helicopter. He followed a plan that came with our K-Nex kit. Each week after he was finished with his assignment he would get out his project and continue where he left off. This last week he received help from his classmate, Collin, to finish it up. Enjoy their work!
Ms. Hoyt’s Kindergarteners listened to the book Tacky the Penguin by Helen Lester online by visiting this Symbaloo webmix. Next they played an interactive game called Kahoot that allows teachers to create online, interactive games about whatever topic they would like. The students had fun competing to answer questions on their iPads.
Screenshot of one of the questions: