In this short term project, these students dedicated their time to research one aspect of the war and represent it in a diorama. Showcased here was the Battle of Lexington & Concord by Moshe [...]
First graders used unifix cubes to measure and compare the height and length of stuffed animals, chair heights and even a length of the carpet from the wall to the bookshelf. To count that one, [...]
Author and sports journalist, Steven Krasner, led fantastic writing workshops for our classes on Monday! We learned and enjoyed ourselves as we wrote collaborative narratives and mysteries. Mr. [...]
First graders participated in a Citrus Sense-ational lab. They compared grapefruit, orange, lemon, lime , banana and estrogs for texture, smell, taste and compared them visually.
Kindergarten had fun hunting for lower case letters for morning work in classroom. Students have been working on mastering identifying and forming lower case letters. Students had to trace each [...]
The second grade students checked out their new books from scholastic this past week and also wrote opinion pieces in their journals. Check out the pictures below