This year the Charleston trip was absolutely terrific! Students loved running and playing on the coastal plain and really enjoyed seeing a barrier island. They learned about some interesting pirate history and walked some of the most historic streets in our state! The beautiful house and awesome lunch at Poogan’s Porch were just icing on the cake!
We had an awesome Halloween Party! Mrs. Keener went all out for the students creating unique and fun games including pumpkin bowling, make a mummy out of toilette paper, a candy corn spoon race, a guess that amount of candy game, and even an adorable glowing craft! All the parents chipped in to make this the best Halloween Party yet!
When we learned about friction and motion in science, we put what learned into action. We used materials around the classroom to create a marble race track down the wall. The track couldn’t use the floor, and the slowest marble won. So, students practiced using friction to slow down the marbles as much as possible! It was engaging, fun, and entertaining!
Russell Scott! Russell has worked hard in writing this week. His journal entries showed his attention to detail! Good job Russell!