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What a great trip to Kroger and First Baptist today. Thank you to all the parents who volunteered to help us. The children really learned a valuable lessons today on hard work, giving, helping, and kindness. As a Lower School … Continue reading
Our buddies came today and we made environmental science collages. We looked in magazines together and cut out pictures of things that can be reduced, reused, or recycled to help the Earth. We also spent time investigating the garden.
Sorry for the delay. Here are photos from our Root beer Float Experiment last week. The kids loved seeing the three states of matter in one glass! Solid ice cream, liquid root beer, and the carbonation in the soda contains a … Continue reading
First grade participated in the Happy Healthy Me program presented by the Ruth Lilly Health Education Center. Students learned about the food groups, physical activity, feelings, and the structure, function, and care of bones and muscles. What a great way … Continue reading
Park Tudor is starting an urban garden in the LS Courtyard. A lot of work was done over spring break to prep the space and now it is ready for our seedlings. Mr. Waters, the 3rd and 4th grade science teacher, … Continue reading
The class worked with a partner to pour one full small vial of water into each container. Then they drew a line on each picture showing the level of the water. Students answered questions during the investigation. What is the … Continue reading
Elise Broach, author of Masterpiece, and many other children’s books visit us today. She talked about where she gets the inspiration for her stories, how long it takes to write them, the editing process, and how the illustrator matched her pictures … Continue reading
For two weeks we’ve been studying solids and their properties. Today we used a group of solids to create a tower as a team. There were no instructions other than “Use all of your solids”. During the building process the … Continue reading
The lower school learned the importance of having a healthy and balanced diet, being physically active 60 minutes a day, not bullying, and working hard in the classroom. What a fun morning hosted by the Indianapolis Colts!