After reading Run, Turkey, Run students created a hideout that would keep the turkey safe from the farmer!
It's Not Just a Stick! Students used their creativity to turn a popsicle stick into something amazing!
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom! How many letters can you fit on a coconut tree? Students built a tree and then tried to balance letters! We really had to work on our team communication with this challenge!
In STEM, we focus on the 4C's. They are critical thinking, creativity, communication, and collaboration. Students played games to practice critical thinking!
During their first visit to STEM, students learned our rules by playing a fun game on the interactive board. Afterwards, we practiced our engineering skills by building school structures. It's going to be a fun year in kindergarten!
Kindergarten students discovered how worms are good for the soil. (Plus they are fun to hold!)
In celebration of Valentine's Day, kindergarten students enjoyed learning about the heart. We learned the function of a heart, held a model, practiced heart symmetry on the ipad, constructed hearts out of blocks, and conducted a science experiment with chemical reactions! We LOVE hearts!
Kids LOVE rocks! Kindergarten students enjoyed observing collections of rocks. We discovered a variety of sizes, colors, hardness, textures, luster, etc.
Thank you to all the teachers who conducted experiments with their classes! They looked fantastic!