4th Grade American Indian Presentation

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In the 4th grade curriculum we study American Indians and their effect on Utah land Utah government, and how they have contributed to Utah's change over time. This week 4th graders at Meadow Brook were privileged to be visited by Native American representatives from Nebo School District. We were taught about foods, words, and sports that we use today that were adapted from American Indian tribes. We were shown Native American textiles, moccasins, shelters, bow cases and arrow quivers, and cradle boards.

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Jessika Anderson

Peterson's Class Reads Matilda

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Mrs Peterson’s class has finished their first read aloud story, Matilda! To celebrate they discussed their favorite parts of the story, tried to move objects with their serious stares, and enjoyed some chocolate cake!

A few students shared their favorite parts of the story: 

“My favorite part of Matilda was when she put glue on her dad’s hat. He tried to pull it off. His wife tried to pull it off. What is your favorite part of Matilda?” 

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Morgan Peterson