Last week, we finished reading Trouble Don’t Last by Shelley Pearsall. The fifth graders really enjoyed this novel and our discussions surrounding the events in the story. It was amazing to see how much the … Continue reading
Last Friday, we took our first trip to the Lowell Mills (see the Field Trip page for a more detailed description of the Bale to Bolt program). The fifth … Continue reading
We started a new campaign in our classroom today – to be more awesome! After we watched Kid President’s “Pep Talk,” we were inspired to ask ourselves: “what can we … Continue reading
As we continue to study the states and capitals, we wanted to share two websites with you that are great for practice: Sheppard Software (which has a variety of different games) and … Continue reading
This afternoon we helped our second grade buddies build some impressive snow structures as part of a theme project they were working on. The fifth graders had a fantastic time!
After reading Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak with our buddies this afternoon, the fifth and second graders created their own “wild things”! Each child was given a … Continue reading