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Paper Cup Telephones!

Ms. Mabry’s fourth grade students are learning all about sound and vibration. They crafted their own paper cup telephone today during class.  What a fun time doing all the experiments and learning!  Watch the steps for making the paper cup telephone! The iPad app Shadow Puppet Edu was used to …

Onomatopoeia! WOW!

Third grade students in Ms. Watkins’ classroom wrote comic strips that made use of onomatopoeia. Onomatopoeia is defined as a word, which imitates the natural sounds of a thing. It creates a sound effect that mimics the thing described, making the description more expressive and interesting. (Literary Devices)  Listen to …

St. Patrick’s Day – Graphs & Data!

Kindergarten students in Ms. Derrick’s classroom sorted, counted, graphed, and analyzed data today!  They used Lucky Charms cereal to determine the number of various marshmallow pieces in the box. You will have to inquire which shape they found the most and least! St. Patrick’s Day Project

Plants!

Students in Ms. Duckett’s first grade class have been learning all about plants!  They are becoming familiar with the parts of a plant, what a plant needs, and the life cycle of a plant. The students created a MS PowerPoint presentation to share their learning.  The students used the shape …

Personification!

Third grade students are studying Figurative Language.  Ms. Hill’s students wrote examples of Personification and then illustrated their example.  Personification is when an object is given human qualities.  Listen and watch a few examples recorded by Eli using the Puppet Edu iPad app ! Personification Examples  

Harlem Renaissance

Fifth graders at NPES celebrated their four week study of the “Harlem Renaissance” with poetry, art, music, and food this week in the Learning Commons.  The students enjoyed red beans & rice, cornbread, and lemonade while viewing their artwork from the unit study and listening to their classmates’ readings of their Harlem Renaissance poetry or non-fiction writing. …

3D Shapes!

Kindergarten students in Ms. Derrick’s classroom enjoyed creating 3D Shape Posters today!  They used the iPad app PicKids to take pictures of 3D objects such as cubes, spheres, cylinders, cones and rectangular prisms. The students labeled the shape using the text feature in PicKids.  Take a look at their 3D Shape Posters!  

Conserve our Natural Resources!

In STEM, 1st graders created digital posters to share how they could conserve our natural resources and minimize trash in our landfills by reducing, reusing, and recycling.  The students used the iPad app “Shadow Puppet” to create their poster.  Here are some examples! STEM 1 STEM 2 STEM 3 STEM …

3D Shapes!

Kindergarten students in Ms. Rider’s classroom enjoyed creating 3D Shape Posters today!  They used the iPad app PicKids to take pictures of 3D objects such as cubes, spheres, cylinders, cones and rectangular prisms. The students labeled the shape using the text feature in PicKids.  Take a look at their 3D Shape Posters!

Let’s Read a Good Book!

First graders in Ms. Duckett’s classroom students wrote a book review and then recorded it using the video in Seesaw (digital portfolio).  The student uploaded their book review video to share with the teacher, classmates, and parents! They are just like “Reading Rainbow” stars!  Listen to this book review example! Book Review