++SCIENCE with Mrs. Cecil
We discussed what plants “eat” by looking at the largest plant in the world, the sequoia tree. We took a close up look at a plant’s “mouths” called stomatas. We had a great time looking at the plants and critters our classmates brought in.
Homework: Continue to bring in plants and critters
3rd-6th graders planted seeds of their choosing to take home and care for to see who can grow the biggest and healthiest plant! Care for your plant and bring it back to show off your green thumb!
++ART with Mrs. L
K-2 We are learning about Georgia O’Keeffe and her large- scale depictions of flowers as if seen through a magnifying glassin preparation for our next project.
Referencing Georgia O’Keeffe we are having an introduction to American modernism in art.
*Character building 1-2
We ran through scenarios of wise and not wise decision making using our whoa and go game.
MARTIAL ARTS with Shihan Yochum
Congratulations to the the following students for earning their promotion!!
++SPANISH with Mrs. Lomas
This month we have been learning about food and I would like to have a food tasting day on April 9 and 10. I’m asking parents to please help provide fruit so students may make fruit salad in class.
Each girl and boy in each grade is asked bring enough of the specified fruit below to feed 3 classmates 1 serving each .
K/1: Girls – Grapes, Boys – Blueberries
1/2: Girls -Watermelon, Boys – Strawberries
3/4: Girls – Pears, Boys – Oranges
5/6: Girls- Bananas, Boys- Apples
I’ll bring cups, spoons and napkins. Please send any fruit washed and precut if possible (except pears & bananas) and have your child bring them to a designated table outside the Spanish room at each campus next Monday & Tuesday.
Please send an email with any questions to jlomas2099 and also please clarify any allergies to any of the fruits listed.
Monday Spanish highlights:
K/1 Students reviewed colors with a coloring page of an octopus (pulpo) review a learning video about colors, days of the week, months of the year, greetings and head, shoulders, knees and toes (cabeza, hombros, rodillas y pies)
1/2 & 3/4 -Students learned Spanish alphabet with animal names and practiced vocabulary with a fun game.
5/6 Students learned Spanish pronunciation and vocabulary with a fun game.
++MUSIC with Mrs. Larsen:
It’s time to think about costumes for the musical. Students will need a white button up shirt and a blue or red handkerchief to tie around their neck (other colors are fine if that’s what you already have). Goodwill is a great place to look for a button up shirt. Please have these by the first Tuesday in May.
*Grades 3-6 Recorders homework is to work on the 2nd line of Jonah’s Remorse. Today we worked on line one and attempted singing some harmony. Please run through lines!!!
Have a great week!