Tuesday, April 26, 2016

March Math Madness: Mr. Tewahade Teaches Perspective

I am not a trained art teacher, so it was so nice to have a real artist in the classroom for this lesson on perspective.  Mr. Tewahade taught us how to draw what we see from where we are and I think the kids had a lot of fun thinking and learning about this topic.

Monday, April 25, 2016

Marshallese Music on the Ukelele

Marylynn shared a beautiful song on the ukelele today and shared with us the beautiful Marshallese language. We were all humming the song to ourselves for the rest of class, and for me it carried over to the weekend. I love to see the many talents of our students!


We finished up our unit on Matter last week and it was a unit full of fun experiments and building a greater understanding of science.  

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Friday, April 1, 2016

March Math Madness: Julie Teaches Us About Math and Banking!

March Math Madness: Brenda Shares About Nursing

March Math Madness: Coach Long

My dad came for math madness a he talked about how he uses math in his job. He talked about how he needs math for painting the field. He needs math for measuring how long paint the field. My dad let us set up a play and everything. It was so much fun. At the end,my dad let us all put are hands in and say,"Eagles."It was so much fun and I am so glad my dad got to come. I am so glad that we get the chance to do this really fun thing. Written by Alivia Long

Liquid Density

Today our lab was about liquid density. The materials we used are green salt water, yellow water and red rubbing alcohol. We used straws and clay for our test tubes and eye droppers to insert our materials into the straws. 
The green salt water is the most dense. The yellow water is in the middle. The red rubbing alcohol is the least dense. By: Meradith and Josslyn
Meradith was making a face after smelling the mysterious red liquid. It didn't take her long to guess correctly what it was!
This group got the order right on their first try and it was a total guess!