Take a peek inside to see what vibrant lessons were happening inside TCS classrooms this week!
In this issue:
Red Room used beans, fuzzy cotton balls, and other items to learn about different textures and how they apply to our senses.
Blue Room practiced measuring and using glue with different pieces of Halloween-themed scrap paper during a collage experiment.
Yellow Room had a visit from a scientist & participated in a fun lab using food coloring, hydrogen peroxide, and yeast during Science Week. In Music class students studied composers and were fascinated by a tour of the inside of teacher Courtney's piano.
Kindergarten had a fun visit from Wylder's dad, Jeff, for their weekly Super Hero Training lesson, and each student got their own personal camping preparedness kits and enjoyed a wilderness walk around campus followed by a cookout of grilled hot dogs on a portable stove.
1st Grade used q-tips and skull cut outs to make their own spooky skeleton projects.
3/4 Combo wrote ways that they plan to show kindness to others at school and in their communities on strips of paper then connected them together to create a class-sized kindness chain. In Art they painted flower portraits for their Square One Art projects.
5th Grade did a Halloween "Mad-Libs"-style grammatical poetry assignment to study their use of adjectives, predicates, and subjects.
6th Grade continued their History lesson on civilizations by studying Ancient Mesopotamia.
7th Grade studied the digestive system in Life Science and drew life size diagrams of the inside of the torso.