• Let's Write (ELA)

    In this project, students will be introduced to the writing process at a kindergarten level. Students will generate ideas and order of events to tell a story. They will write simple sentences to tell their stories, and edit those sentences for spacing between words. They will then share their stories with a friend

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  • Circles, Triangles and Squares -Oh My! (Math)

    In this project, students will classify basic two-dimensional shapes and discuss the attributes of these shapes. They will also discuss the elements of design, such as white space, color, and font. They will use this information to collaborate with a classmate to create shape posters using graphics software.

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  • Think Like a Geologist: (Science) January 12-16

    In this project, students will be introduced to what geologists do to study rocks and earth. They will discuss how geologists use tools, including computers and programming languages, to help them learn and make discoveries. They will practice using models of rocks on the computer to sort those rocks by their qualities.

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  • That's the Truth: (ELA) November 17-21

    In this project, students explore how nonfiction texts help people learn about topics. Students learn that authors often include special text features in nonfiction, such as tables and labeled diagrams. Students use nonfiction texts to research animals, create diagrams, and share their work in a nonfiction animal book.

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  • Where Do We Live? :(SS) November 3 - 7

    In this project, Students discuss natural and human characteristics of their surroundings. Then, they will create drawings to show their state’s natural characteristics, such as landforms and bodies of water. Students work with other students to compare and contrast these characteristics.

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