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Monthly Archives: November 2016
We know this concept can be tricky for us adults, but the kids are doing so well! We’ll keep practicing making a 10, then adding on!
Our 4th grade buddies came to visit and we created a cornucopia of things we are thankful for. We also had great discussions about “wants” versus “needs”.
We culminated our learning about owls and their important job of eating rodents in our community, with the dissection of owl pellets today. Owl pellets are the remains of an animal an owl has eaten that do not provide nutritional … Continue reading
As you can see, we had enough shoe boxes to complete our Owl Nesting Box prototypes today! It was a great way to use the knowledge we have learned about owls, their families, nesting, and behaviors to create a habitat. … Continue reading
While writing personal narratives we learned how to include; characters, setting, 3 main details, and a sense of feeling in our writing. We enjoyed sharing these published works with our peers in first grade!