Students have been enjoying time outside in the warmer temps. We’ve been learning the rules for lots of games to play outside in PE with Mrs. Parker.
Did you know that paper can hold the weight of books or other heavy items? It can when you fold and roll it to support the weight of the objects!
Miss Heard’s 3rd graders experimented with paper and built various structures to see which one would hold the most books. Students could fold or roll the paper any way they chose.
Students dressed up like the Lorax to celebrate Read Across America week, complete with mustaches!
Mrs. Aborn’s class share their thoughts about their favorite Dr. Seuss book after reading them throughout the week.
3rd and 4th graders designed cushioned containers using different materials to see if an egg would break after being dropped from a ladder!
We celebrated Read Across America and Spirit Week and ended the week with Pajama Day! Students participated in read-alouds and crafts to promote literacy all week long.
4th graders are conducting an experiment to see what squirrels prefer to eat. They set out acorns, sunflower seeds, potatoes and corn. What do you think the squirrels will like best?
4th graders spent time exploring the woods behind GES with Harris Center Educator John Benjamin on snowshoes!
Mrs. Aborn’s class enjoyed some fun on National Joke Day! Each student wrote their own jokes and shared them with the whole class!