Markerspace Day

Submitted by megan.oropeza on Fri, 10/13/2023 - 19:51

Our first makerspace day of the year in Library was so fun! Students used their creativity and brain power building all kinds of structures, coloring and stamping, and of course—reading great books!

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Erin Jolley

Phonological Awareness in Speech

Submitted by megan.oropeza on Fri, 10/13/2023 - 19:46

This week in speech, we have been focusing on phonological awareness activities! Phonological awareness helps us understand the sound structure of the words we say to help us communicate and also become great readers! We do this by reading stories about the different sounds we make while we talk and communicate! We also work on increasing our phonological awareness by playing games to help discriminate between “long” sounds (like the /S/) and “short” sounds (Like the /D/).

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Taylor Cena

Mustang Club

Submitted by megan.oropeza on Fri, 10/13/2023 - 19:39

At Meadow Brook we love to celebrate the positive impact our students make every chance we get. As part of our school-wide positive behavior plan students are given “brag notes” or “Principal Mustang Club” notes when they are caught working hard, being kind, being honest, or being responsible. Students can be awarded a “brag note” at any time during the school day by any teacher or staff member. 

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Ashley Porter

Fall Diamonte Poems

Submitted by megan.oropeza on Thu, 10/12/2023 - 12:31

4th grade took a little break from the math to create some colorful fall artwork to go with their Fall Diamonte poems! These will be awesome to present to the parents when they come for conferences on Thursday!!

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Samantha Lattin

Settlers and Indigenous Peoples Day

Submitted by megan.oropeza on Mon, 10/09/2023 - 19:51

5th graders participated in Settlers and Indigenous Peoples Day! They got a taste of what it would be like to live in the United States before it officially became a country as they did crafts and activities that Native Americans and European settlers did during that time period. They made homemade butter, pinch pots, yarn dolls, rope, and whirligigs, and they learned how to weave with yarn and a paper plate! We had a great time!

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Alice Owen