We took advantage of the lovely fall weather to explore the trails and woods behind GES this week. There’s lots to see out there!
Mrs. Goodspeed’s 2nd graders had to practice some patience and precision as they stacked cups to see how high they could go!
Second graders created beautiful watercolor relief paintings with Mrs. Aborn and Mrs. LaChance during Library that they will be using in class when they do some narrative writing.
Ms Heard’s third graders are conducting an experiment while learning about the water cycle. These scientists are looking for signs of evaporation and condensation.
Mrs. Hodgen’s Kinders practice fine motor skills and cutting together! Setting up the paper this way allows students to focus on holding the paper steady while cutting.
Mrs. Goodspeed’s 2nd graders enjoyed the fruits of their labors by trying some of the delicious fruits and veggies they helped plant and grow in the Cornucopia gardens!
Fourth grade has been patiently waiting for their Monarch to turn into a butterfly! They were lucky enough to be in school and see it happen unlike previous years when they transformed overnight or on a weekend! There were a few tears as Miss Frederick was released to begin her journey to Mexico!