As part of our civics unit, the students wanted to create signs they could hang around the school to promote kindness and make others happy. They worked in pairs to create infographics. Here are links to some of them.
Sunday, April 19, 2015
We have been working on perimeter and area. Students integrated art by creating their own perimeter/area pal, finding both the perimeter and area of their pal. Then, they got with a partner and wrote a story. Students used iPods to take photos for their story, then used Animoto to present. Here are a few of them.
Posted by Brandi Leggett at 2:11 PM
Friday, April 17, 2015
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
In class, we are learning about ways to be a responsible citizen and how one can fulfill their civic duty. Students worked together to brainstorm ways they could Pay it Forward. One of the ways was to surprise all the adults in our school with one of their favorite treats they had listed at the beginning of the school year for the office. Students had a blast delivering all the different treats, while bringing a smile to everyone's faces. All the students asked in return was for each adult to pay the kindness forward to someone else.
Students are helping to sort all the snack for each teacher.
Posted by Brandi Leggett at 8:56 AM
Blake N. and Andrew presented their genius hour on robots.
Alaina, Olivia and Alli presented on Shopkins
Rachel presented on cats
Preston presented on the Pagani Huayra
Rachel, Caroline and Peyton created a website on recycling after noticing trash at recess.
Reagan presented her genius hour on gymnastics.
Posted by Brandi Leggett at 8:25 AM
To work on tone and mood, we created songs, stories and photos for our pen pals in Mrs. Reinert's class in Illinois. They did the same. Then, students read their stories, performed their songs and showed their photos. Each class then tried to guess the tone and mood. The students were very engaged doing this.
Posted by Brandi Leggett at 8:21 AM