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- Kindergarten and first grade will be focusing on activities for the fall season.
- Second grade will be playing the keyboards.
- Third grade and fourth grade will be continuing their recorder studies.
- Fifth grade will be playing the keyboards.
- Kindergarten: Students will learn about different cultures and how we are alike and different.
- First Grade: Students will learn about important symbols of the United States and their meanings.
- Second Grade: Students will learn about paying taxes and civic responsibility.
- Third Grade: Students will focus on different features of their culture and begin to design a Google Slideshow that highlights their family’s culture.
- Fourth Grade: Students will select topics for Soapbox speeches and begin to conduct internet research.
- Fifth Grade: Students will select topics for Soapbox speeches and begin to conduct internet research.
- In addition, classes in grades 3 – 5 will borrow books from the Media Center Library on a bi-weekly schedule.
- Kindergarten: Kindergarteners will continue strengthening their mouse skills using ABC Ya ‘Paint’; students will start an All About Me project.
- First Grade: First graders will create an All About Me project in Microsoft Word.
- Second Grade: Students will continue their All About Me slideshow in PowerPoint.
- Third Grade: Students will continue their updated All About Me slideshow, which they’ll present to their classmates for feedback.
- Fourth Grade: Students will complete their Excel project, graphing their data in a visually appealing way.
- Fifth Grade: Students will continue and complete their Google Sheets “wish list” project.
- Kindergarten students will learn about textures by drawing a house, and coloring with the use of texture plates.
- First grade students will learn how to create a night skyline of city buildings, using construction paper and white paint.
- Second grade students will learn about perspective by creating a street scene showing depth (big to small), along with the discovery of using texture plates.
- Third grade students will learn about the printmaking process by creating a fall foliage scene using tempera paints and paper folding.
- Fourth grade students will learn about the artist Gustav Klimt, by painting “Tree of Life” sunset silhouettes, inspired by the artist.
- Fifth grade students will learn about silhouettes and color values by painting monochromatic scenes featuring birds and trees.
- Kindergarten through Grade 2: Students will learn and practice the manipulative skills of underhand rolling, underhand throwing, and catching. Skills will be learned through a variety of games and stations.
- Grades 3 through 5: Students will practice the skills of the underhand roll and throw, overhand throw, and catching. Activities will focus on throwing with accuracy. A variety of games will help to reinforce these skills. Students will learn how these skills transfer to different sports and recreational activities.