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Art in 3rd Grade

Submitted by sarah.ledingham on Wed, 05/01/2019 - 14:55
Attributions: 
Aubrey Hillam
Art in 3rd Grade

On Friday in Mrs. Clare's third grade class, students learned about impressionistic painting and how some famous painters such as Claude Monet, use a variety of colors to paint their "impressions" of what they see in nature. Students then created their own impressionistic paintings of rain by creating water droplets with their paintbrush out of a variety of colors. Students had a blast with this art activity and created some pretty awesome pieces of art work! Along with the art project, students wrote acrostic and haiku poems about rain to go with their painting.

Fourth Grade Field Trip

Submitted by sarah.ledingham on Wed, 05/01/2019 - 12:52
Attributions: 
Tayva Funes
Fourth Grade Field Trip

Last Friday the fourth grade went on a field trip to the Bean Museum and to Pioneer Park. We had a lot of fun learning about the animals and how the pioneers used to live!  

 

 

Chalk in First Grade

Submitted by sarah.ledingham on Tue, 04/30/2019 - 13:24
Attributions: 
Karla Craner
Chalk in First Grade

This year we learned about some uses of rocks.  For a Fun Friday, we MADE OUR OWN CHALK!  We had to mix it and pour it into molds and wait 2 WHOLE WEEKS for it to dry.  Last Friday, we finally got to go out and draw with our homemade chalk and then we got to take our chalk home!  The students had so much fun creating designs. 

Science in 3rd Grade

Submitted by sarah.ledingham on Tue, 04/30/2019 - 13:07
Attributions: 
Aubrey Hillam

This Term, as a third grade, each teacher has been rotating to each 3rd grade class to teach a specific science unit. In one of the units, students have learned about different types of forces of motion and how they are used regularly in everyday activites (pull, pull and gravity.) In the Force and Motion unitt, students have also learned how to identify different types of simple machines and and the forces of motion they use. At the end of the unit, to assess what students have learned, students were asked to design and create their own catapults.

Math in 5th Grade

Submitted by sarah.ledingham on Tue, 04/30/2019 - 13:05
Attributions: 
Jaquelynn Moreland
Math in 5th Grade

Miss Ledingham taught hour class math this week! When she was teaching our  class she did with so much excitement and made all of hour class have so much fun and lets us give our opinion. She gives us help wherever we need it and when she needs help she ask us for help. What she taught us is all about polygons. Triangles and the angels and sides of triangles and she taught us to make a triangle also taught us about is scalene, isosceles, equilaterals. She taught us about quadrilaterals like trapezoids, parallelograms, rhombus, rectangles, squares.

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