Mr. Mason and class 103 took advantage of the snow today! We made “solid” mini snowballs, then placed them in baggies. Next, we made predictions about how/if they will change by dismissal. Will they stay solid? Change? 🤔
Thank you Namani Raynor for sharing kindness with your peers!
Class 103’s “Sink or Float” science project!
Ms. Aruti’s Class loves Learning about the meaning of unconditional through role-playing The story “Love you Forever “ by Robert Munsch.
During the month Of February, Mrs. Horn’s Character Education classes celebrated the character trait of Love. 💕
The Book, “Love You Forever”, by Robert Munch taught us the meaning of Unconditional Love. It raised a lot of emotion as it addressed how “LOVE” is more than a word. “LOVE” connects us to the world around us. We discussed what we love to do, Different types of activities we love, and how the feeling of LOVE is related to the circle of life. We enjoyed role playing the story as were able to show our love for listening to great stories and loved role-playing. The students are looking forward to reading or listening to more poems by Robert Munch. In addition, some of our little artists created posters for the One Love, One World organization to express how they visualize Our Love for the world Around is.
The character trait for February is Love. We decided to love on our parents and make them a natural vanilla orange sugar scrub to show love to their weary hands. We used it in class and afterward we loved how our hands were super soft. Parent works so hard and we want to always show appreciation to our family.