First Graders Volunteer at the Zoo for World Turtle Day
This spring our first graders have become experts on 6 different species of turtles and tortoises. They've each studied one species in depth … [Read More...]
Our spring expedition is titled: Flour City to Flower City. For our first case study, we discussed the process of how wheat becomes flour, how flour goes from farm to table, and the process of … [Read More...]
3rd grade students have been studying about frogs and ecosystems and learning about plant and animal adaptations. The guiding questions of this expedition are “How do frogs survive?” “How do living … [Read More...]
In reading, students are focusing on reading texts from the non-fiction genre. Students are learning strategies on how to navigate expository non-fiction and narrative non-fiction texts. They learned … [Read More...]
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