|Brady going for the gold!|
It's called Qwertytown. Thank you Home School for purchasing it for us!
|Jett learning to type!|
|Stay on the home row Randy Jo!!😊|
We celebrated our 100th day of school by making these 100 glasses the kids are sporting! Mrs. Look also took pictures of us and with the help of an app aged us to look 100 years old. We then attached these photos to a writing activity entitled "My Bucket List Before I Reach 100!" They are hanging on our lockers. We invite you to stop by and see them.
During our emergency drill our job is to welcome the 1st graders to our room and keep them calm by reading to them.
We have been studying animal and plant adaptations in science. In these pictures we are investigating how polar bears are adapted to their environment. We have our hands encased in bags covered in lard(blubber). We then immersed our hands in ice water for 30 seconds. We discovered that the polar bears blubber and thick fur is definitely an advantage when living in freezing wet conditions. We also decided that God is pretty darn smart and wonderful to give animals, plants and humans exactly what we need to survive. With this assurance we know we never have to worry, cause God takes care of us all the time.
|Jack measuring the width of his desk.|
We used candy hearts in math! We measured, estimated, and graphed data using the hearts and yes, we did get to eat them when we were finished!
|Braeden trying to see how many hearts he can stack!|
|Jett and Randi Jo seeing how many hearts they can balance on a finger.|