After nearly 3 weeks, our potato plants have sprouted roots just by sitting in water! Proving some of our hypothesis. Today, we added soil to our experiment. With the newly gown roots, can our potato grow into a plant? Stay
St. Stan’s is working to achieve our Walk-a-thon WIG. We want to raise $15,000 for the school and to have 100% participation from all students! The Wildcat Walkathon flyer, letter, and login info went home last week. You can also access it
In Social Studies, we have been studying about Early English Settlements in Colonial America. 3 Colonies to be specific: Roanoke, Jamestown and Plymouth. I’ve explained to the students that in Middle School and High School, a good part of their
This week in Math we focused on how to measure volume. The students used nonstandard units to measure volumes of rectangular prisms. They discussed and displayed how to pack units without gaps or overlays to obtain an accurate volume measurement.
For the last two weeks in Science we have been discussing the steps of the Scientific Method: Problem Hypothesis Procedure Results Conclusion Today we used those skills on our first science project of the year; “Can I make a plant
Hello Fifth grade families! We’ve had a very productive second week of school: Leader in Me We’ve begun our Leader in Me lessons. This week we are working on putting together students’ Leadership binders. We brainstormed together as a class,