Congratulations to Anna Grace! Her Lexington Technology Center Career Festival poster was chosen as one of three district winners for first grade students. Her piece was printed, framed, and on display at the Lexington Technology Center Career Festival on March 23
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 a few of their comic strips. They were recorded using the iPad app Shadow Puppet Edu.
Comic Strip Onomatopeia
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
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 tool to draw and label the plant parts. Take a look at a few examples.
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 !
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