Pumpkin Glyphs

Oct
29

The Title I Math students in kindergarten, first, and second grades enjoyed collecting data about themselves and displaying it on a pumpkin glyph. The students colored and designed their pumpkins according to the key for the glyph.  I then put the data on a leaf for the pumpkin.  I mixed-up the leaves on the pumpkins, […]

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Short Vowel Word Work/Fun!

Oct
28

Mrs. Brindle’s class been working on a vowel unit. After a short vowel study, they celebrated by making a short vowel grocery list and playing Short Vowel Bingo.  

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Send A Message. Stay Drug Free.

Oct
25

The theme for Red Ribbon Week this year is Send A Message. Stay Drug Free.  During class lessons this month, we have been discussing the importance of making responsible, healthy choices.

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High Frequency Word Practice and Fluency

Oct
25

In second grade, Mrs. Rotz’s students practiced reading some familiar poems with high frequency words from earlier this year.  Next a new poem was introduced that focused on one of this week’s words.  After everyone read the poem aloud, they were introduced to this week’s high frequency words by playing “Memory”.  Then the students worked […]

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Fifth Grade Science Activities

Oct
18

Fifth grade is working on a hands-on science unit called “Environments.”  In the first part of of the unit, we studied the world’s terrestrial biomes.  Each student chose a biome: desert, tundra, deciduous forest, savannah, or grassland, to research.  After they collected facts, they made a fictional Travel Journal to the place, telling what they […]

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