Reader’s Theatre, from Ms. Newell:
We practiced anxiety techniques to use before going on stage (which complimented what they’re learning in Martial Arts). We also practiced how to be good audience, and how to act out surprise scenes (through playing charades) which contributes to confidence on stage. 5/6th graders started working on the comedy sketch they want to perform.
Art, from Mrs. L:
In K-2 this week at Round Rock we practiced spotting the elements of light which we covered last week. We read “Tuesday”, by David Wiesner. Flying frogs provide quite a lot of cast shadows for us to talk about and explore. We are working on spotting these elements in all drawings and art that we look at.
ART 3/4 & 5/6 for RR & CPW
We have begun working on our mural. First we are learning how to enlarge a picture as they do in Mural work. Everyone is excited to work on their piece of the puzzle.
***Please bring your smocks in. We will need them after our mural rendering.
Science RR & CPW, from Mrs. Cecil:
Thank you to the parents that brought apple treats. For Monday and Tuesday—Each student took home an apple seed to plant. Ask the students how an apple can remind them of Jesus.
Music, from Mrs. Larsen:
Great week! We’re starting to pick out roles for our musical! We’re also looking for parents with sheep costumes, or thosebwho may have interest in sewing.
*5/6 practice recorder # 5, A train.
*Grades 3/4 practice #3, 4 (Take a rest, 44 B’s).
Character Building 5/6 CPW-we’ve been reading “The Hundred Dresses” and discussing friendship and bullying.
Reminder: October tuition is due next week.
Blessings, Angela Turner, Director