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Habit 8: Find Your Voice

Attributions: 
An'Jalee Burningham

Meadow Brook's final habit for the year will be Habit 8: Find Your Voice.  From now to the end of the year, students will focus on being able and willing to discover their strengths and talents.  Finding your voice means that you are patient with yourself.  It takes time and a lot of positive self-talk to discover your own greatness.  As we find our voice, we take the opportunity to share our talents and gifts with the world.  Through our example, we lead and inspire others to do the same.  If you would like to encourage Habit 8 at home you can do the following activities:  host a family ta

Cookie Math

Attributions: 
Bethany Brown

We have been learning about subtraction in kindergarten. We used nursery rhymes and Cookie Crisp cereal to practice writing and solving subtraction equations.

Mustangs United

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What an event!  We loaded the whole school onto the bleachers to take a picture together.  It was great to see all of our Mustangs in one place!

Shapes in First Grade

Attributions: 
Kirstie Brickey

Mrs. Brickey's first grade students have been learning about shapes. They had a great time creating their own pictures out of 2D shapes. After students created their pictures they had to write down how many of each shape they used.

2nd Grade Super Stars for March

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We have such amazing 2nd grade students.  They all do great things every day!  This month, we want to recognize our Students of the Month for being hard workers and kind friends.  They are Trinity, Kaylie, Isaac, Charlotte, Jonny, Jacob, Ellie, Linaya, Gabriel, and Kiji.  

We were also super excited to have a visit from Cowboy Pitcher today.  He came to show off his Hat and Belt Buckle and congratulate those students who have earned their fast fact buckles this month.  Great job 2nd graders.  Keep practicing those math facts and Yee Haw!

 

Science in Second Grade

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Second graders spent the 3rd term learning all about different subjects in science.  We learned all about gravity, objects in the night sky, the states of matter, and rocks.  We participated in fun experiments and activities to help us learn.  Everyone had a great time!

The Reasons for the Seasons

Attributions: 
Malechi and Johnathon in 6th Grade

In our class we learned about seasonal changes and what causes the seasons. Part of the seasons session was about how much sunlight each one gets, how much daytime each season gets, and why it’s colder in winter than summer.Why is it colder in winter than in summer? It is because of the earth’s tilt and revolution. The earth's tilt is 23.5 degrees. Students in our class got to experiment how long days were in certain seasons and how much heat/daylight they get. The tests that we did showed that summer is longer because of the tilt that heats up the northern hemisphere.

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