Students had read the novella "Seedfolks" as a class. They have been combining their skills in collaboration, reading for text evidence and comprehension along with exploring what it means to be stewards of God's creation. They recreated, on posters, the vacant lot garden from the book by using evidence from the book.
We truly had an amazing and wonderful year. Thank you students for making that possible. Thank you parents for having that opportunity. Have a fun-filled and safe summer!
It takes beautiful minds in the fifth grade to study, calculate and determine how to make more cost efficient pods for the homeless.
The fifth grade has been busy looking up to the sky studying the flying objects. No they're not looking for Chinese spy balloons.
They are learning about comets, meteorites, and asteroids!
What is an asteroid? What's the difference between a meteor and a meteorite? What is a comet made of? These questions and more about such satellites in our universe were being explored in this week's Science station labs.
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