Last week for Kinder
Kindergarten has had a blast in their last week of school! We celebrated with a teddy bear picnic, water day, and reading carnival. We sure will miss our kindergarteners but are so proud of all their hard work this year! We will see you in first grade!
Mr Adams 5th grade Rubik’s cube club!
The last 4 weeks students have been learning how to solve a Rubik’s cube, setting new personal records, and sharing all of their Rubik’s cubes and tricks.
Space Day in Second Grade
Students in 2nd grade got to learn about gravity on space day! They were able to create astronaut parachute men and find the different ways gravity affects the speed of the falling object. They had so much fun!
The 4th graders worked hard to put together the “Utah…This is the Place Program!” They preformed for the school and for their parents and did such a great job! We are so proud of all their hard work!
Annual Kids Fishing Day
Mrs. Anderson's class participated in the annual kids fishing day at Salem pond! All of the kids got to catch a fish and take it home! Some of the students even cooked them with their parents! After fishing, we played at the park together. It was such a fun day with so many other kids around the county!
Working hard in Computers
In computers, we finished our animal reports. The second grade created a slideshow to present on their animal habitat day. They learned how to type text in the text box, add images, crop images into circles and add a border. The slideshows turned out amazing! Great work! The third through fifth grade created a slide on an endangered animal. They learned how to insert an image, crop the image into a circle, add a border to the image, change the font and color of the font and insert bullets. They worked hard. Their slides look fantastic. First grade decorated an egg.
Making Bucket Lists
Summer is almost here! Second through fifth grade we created a summer bucket list video on Adobe Express. They inserted images, added text, added music and designed each page. They turned out so awesome. There are so many fun things that will be happening during the summer. Kindergarten and first grade earned a mini game day. They have been working so hard.
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.