We worked with a guest, Mrs. Shellhouse to make these turkeys for meals on wheels. We included our favorite recipes.
Brock says it was fun, challenging, and different. Each set of partners had to "save" their worm from drowning using only 2 large paper clips and their brains!
Addie said it was fun working together to solve the problem!
We also learned some very interesting facts about worms!
Jude was surprised that worms are cold-blooded. Anthony had no idea that there are 2,700 kinds of worms. Ottoman shared that worms did not always live in the USA!
That is what our 3rd grade door says! And it has been a smooth start to this new school year. I am privileged to work with the students for these first weeks while Mrs. Migra stays at home with her precious son.
Our days are busy praying, learning, laughing, playing, and using all the gifts and talents the Holy Spirit has given us.
The class has been introduced to Critical thinking with Nathan Levy’s STORIES WITH HOLES. Be sure to ask your student the details on these challenging riddles.
Enjoy the beautiful weather and make sure some outside activities are in your daily plans!
Mystery Science link for mini-lessons by grade level. No login required! https://mysteryscience.com/school-closure-planning.
Brainpop online access username: St.JosephParishSchool password: Trojans1!