STEM Class with Kindergarten
The third graders of Lower Elementary North enjoyed their final STEM class with the Kindergarteners, where they explored chain reactions using dominoes!
The first and second graders of Lower Elementary North compared the characteristics of reptiles and amphibians using a Venn Diagram.
A Year of Growth!
Students of Lower Elementary North were eager to measure and find how much they have grown since the beginning of the school year!
Throughout the year the students have challenged themselves with a variety of Math works.
The Lower Elementary North students observed and recorded the changes in their growing plants!
Land & Water Forms
The first year Lower Elementary North students learned about and then created their own land and water forms.
The Lower Elementary North students worked diligently to create all the different pieces that make up their inspirational lanterns for their Silent Auction project!
The third year Lower Elementary North students had lots of fun collaborating with the Kindergarteners to create a gondola lift zip line during their STEM challenge.
After saying their goodbyes, Lower Elementary North used their creative writing skills to write stories about the chicks.
Learning about similes, students from Lower Elementary North were excited to make their surprise filled rocks for the “rock” in their lives, their Moms.
A Timeline of Human Needs
The third year Lower Elementary North students are learning the history of various human needs, such as shelter and transportation, by placing information on a timeline. They also conducted research about their own topics to add to the timeline studies.
Studying Birds Up Close!
This week, while they had the amazing chicks from Quiver Farms in their classroom, was the perfect time for Lower Elementary North students to learn about the body parts of birds and their functions. The students were able to observe the chicks up close!
STEM Class Nest
The third year Lower Elementary North students enjoyed helping the Kindergarteners during their STEM class. They gathered items from nature and then collaborated to make nests.
The second year Lower Elementary North students were invited to help the Toddler class plant seeds. After the project, they had time to play and chat together with their new young friends.
A Visit from Farmer Tom
The Lower Elementary North students were excited to welcome Farmer Tom, his hen, rooster and even some baby chick eggs! After teaching them how to care for the eggs and what to do after they hatch, he left the class with 12 eggs to care for.
The second year Lower Elementary North students created fraction pictures. They will use these to start fraction addition by adding up all the pieces in the drawings.
Two third year students worked on the pin map of Asia. They used the globe and atlas to help them label the countries, cities and land and water forms located in Asia.
Between rehearsals, the Lower Elementary North students had fun working on a variety of activities related to Mary Poppins. They enjoyed making props, doing word searches and finding as many words as they possibly could from the letters of Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!