Recently, we've participated in a lot of STEM projects. From creating Rube Goldberg machines to paper and tape tables, we've learned how to think creatively and problem solve. One of our favorite STEM activities was creating catapults out of popsicle sticks, rubberbands, and a spoon. This activity taught us how to work as a team, think outside the box, and use trial and error to create the most successful strategy. We tested our catapults to see who could launch a pom pom the farthest and in the end we all had a BLAST!
Mrs. Oman’s class had a wonderful week learning ways to be kind to others and discovering the importance of being kind to ourselves. Each student chose to “be the I in K-I-N-D.”
This week in Kindergarten the students learned about Utah State symbols. They learned about the state flag, flower, animal, and why we are called the Beehive State. Then they created a book with all the symbols.