Take a peek inside to see what vibrant lessons were happening inside TCS classrooms this week!
In this issue:
Green Room got into the Halloween spirit by studying the sensory characteristics of a pumpkin before carving it.
Kindergarten was all about shapes this week, as they took turns in their different groups using shape cut outs, colors, and bingo games to test their knowledge.
1st Grade enjoyed some time outside with a game of Spelling Hopscotch to help students identify their latest spelling words.
2nd Grade decorated treat bags and used paint and other materials to decorate pumpkins in anticipation of Halloween.
4th Grade began creating art components to an ongoing creative writing assignment. Each student has been testing their knowledge of nouns and adjectives to create a real estate ad to sell their own haunted house.
5th Grade made their own skull art pieces adorned with colorful paper and designs during a Social Studies lesson about Dia de los Muertos.
MS Art completed the Dias de la Muertos banner this week and hung it up on the wall beside Rita’s office. This was a collaboration between the art class, who created their skeleton paintings, and the elementary students who adorned the banner with marigold paintings.
MS English worked mechanics by writing descriptive paragraphs using sensory details to describe an item they own.