Thank you Ian for teaching us a thing or two about spiders! We were so lucky that you took time at home to research different types of spiders, and then made a PowerPoint and books for each student. Great job!
Congratulations Romey! She was chosen to have the honor of being the most respectful person in our class. Each month we will have an assembly to honor 1 chosen student who exemplifies the pillar of character that month, November's pillar is trustworthiness! Be trustworthy by always being dependable and reliable at home and at school! (Enjoy some of the silly faces we made while waiting for the assembly to start.)
We had so much fun with soil! We collected soil samples, discussed what is in soil, discussed why soil is important, and even learned about and observed real worms! We are going to use our soil samples to plant Lima beans. We are in the germinating process right now. Hopefully our seeds will start to sprout so we can transfer them into soil!
The kids were very excited to conduct this experiment with baking soda and vinegar. They used the droppers filled with food coloring and vinegar to make "mini volcanoes" in a pile of baking soda. Check out our little scientists in the making!
We had a recycling presentation last week and the kids loved learning about how to help keep our Earth clean and healthy! We also learned about the 3 R's- REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE!
We have had two fabulous events in the evenings at Brauchle. Thank you to those who came out to either Family Fun Night or Pumpkin Night. The Fall Ball will be on Nov. 1. Hope to see everyone there!
Congratulations Ethan! He was chosen to have the honor of being the most responsible person in our class. Each month we will have an assembly to honor 1 chosen student who exemplifies the pillar of character that month (trustworthiness, fairness, caring, and respect) This month's pillar is respect! Be respectful by being kind to others!
We have been having so much fun in math! We have been focusing our attention on tally marks. Just look at all the ways we have practiced tally marks! We have also been working on greater than, less than, and equal to. (Shhh...we may have used skittles to get us excited about math...don't tell our little secret!)
I love being a teacher! This is my 6th year, and I love to watch these amazing kiddos grow right in front of my eyes. I am privileged to provide them with hands on learning experiences that will help them love learning. Have fun taking a peek into our classroom!