To prepare 3rd graders for the Accelerated Reader requirements in 4th grade, they participate in a reading/quizzing challenge to see who can read the most books and complete the most quizzes with passing grades. This […]
4th graders brushed up on their dictionary skills with a fun scavenger hunt! Can you find a compound word that is a verb and starts with the letter “T”?
Some of our 7th grade students joined Kindergarten for their Library class. We read Beekle the Unimaginary Friend, made our own Beekle with Marshmallows, then the Kindergarteners enjoyed some stories read by our 7th graders. It […]
In honor of Poetry month (celebrated every April), our middle school students created blackout poems for their 3rd trimester project.
For poetry month, preschoolers read Shel Silverstein’s poem Homemade Boat. We looked at different types of boats. Then we discussed how to make a boat and whether or not a boat needed to have sides. After […]
After reading The Three Little Pigs, 1st graders built a house for their pigs. Then the Big Bad Wolf blowdryer, tried to blow down their houses! It was a fun, hands-on activity.
Our 6th, 7th, and 8th graders are having fun in the sun at recess!
Our 1st Graders are loving chapter books! A fan favorite is the Magic Tree House series.
Our 4th graders love a little competition! Here, they are competing to see who can read the most books and pass the most comprehension quizzes in the Accelerated Reader program.
Our 6th, 7th, and 8th graders enjoyed a dress down day and watched The Goonies last week. These students went all of December and January exhibiting good behavior!