In speech, the students love to keep track of where they are on “the hamburger” and are always excited to move up a level. This hamburger represents the hierarchy that is followed when working on speech sounds. The students first learn tongue placement for a sound and practice it in isolation, then move into syllables, words, phrases/sentences, reading, and then conversation. To reach mastery of one level and move to the next, a student has to get at least 90% accuracy on that level for 3 consecutive speech sessions.
This week the Thanksgiving Point Life Cycles Outreach program came to visit our 3rd grade classes to teach students science skills. This amazing presentation directed our students in making science models, life cycle observations, and a dissection of a tulip bulb! The students were so engaged and had so much fun!
Here at Meadow Brook we had the honor and privilege to participate in this year’s Hero Day. We are not only just blessed to have the Dyal kids at our school, but also we have Mrs Jen Dyal that subs at our school frequently. She has made such a huge impact on students, teachers, and our school here at Meadow Brook.