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Christmas Music

Submitted by sarah.ledingham on Tue, 12/15/2020 - 10:48
Attributions: 
Sarah Blair
Christmas Music

This week in Mrs. Blair’s music class we have been working on Rhythm and Bells. We learned a cup game to the tune of “Sleigh Ride” and we learned various Christmas songs on the chromatic bells. So Fun! We love Christmas time in Music Specialties.

 

 

Good Digital Citizenship

Submitted by sarah.ledingham on Thu, 12/10/2020 - 10:11
Attributions: 
Ali Vanpatten
Good Digital Citizenship

In computers we learned about digital citizenship. At the end of the week students made a pledge by signing their name on a leaf to be placed on our digital citizenship pledge tree so they can be reminded each week they made a pledge to be a good digital citizen.  

 

Second Graders Celebrate Christmas in Many Ways

Submitted by sarah.ledingham on Fri, 12/04/2020 - 12:17
Attributions: 
Megan Oropeza
Second Graders Celebrate Christmas in Many Ways

This month students are learning about cultures and traditions. Students decorated the classroom with things they brought from home to represent their own culture and traditions. It also makes the room a beautiful and festive environment. Students will also be learning about Holidays around the world 

Kindergarten Math is Fun!

Submitted by sarah.ledingham on Thu, 12/03/2020 - 12:18
Attributions: 
Brittney Dean
Kindergarten Math is Fun!

Students in Mrs. Deans kindergarten class learned how to compare numbers this week. We played a fun game with dice and built towers using cubes. The students did a great job using math language to compare their numbers and had a lot of fun!

Meadow Brook is thankful for art

Submitted by sarah.ledingham on Tue, 12/01/2020 - 12:23
Attributions: 
Jessica Goff
Meadow Brook is thankful for art

 This month in art to celebrate Thanksgiving, the kindergarten, first, and second grades drew turkeys. They also learned how to mount their art so it can be displayed. Our third grade friends learned how to draw rainbow corn and our fifth and sixth grade learned about warm and cool colors as they drew a fall tree.

 

Gargoyles and Grotesques in Sixth Grade

Submitted by sarah.ledingham on Mon, 11/30/2020 - 13:33
Attributions: 
Jessica Gregory
Gargoyles and Grotesques in Sixth Grade

The Sixth Grade recently had the opportunity to learn from a District Art Specialist.  She taught students the difference between gargoyles and grotesques.  Students learned that the main difference is gargoyles must have an opening to allow water to move away from a building.  Our sixth graders are amazing artists and made some creative gargoyles and grotesques out of modeling clay and then used black paint to give them an antiqued look!

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