Take a peek to see what vibrant lessons were happening inside TCS classrooms this week.
In this issue:
Green and Yellow Rooms got into the holiday spirit by using blue paints and glitter to make dreidel crafts, then cut potatoes to make tasty latkes with sour cream and applesauce during a Hannukah themed lesson.
Kindergarten glued colorful paper scraps into the shape of mosaic-styled menorahs during a lesson about Hanukkah.
1st Grade wrote their own creative stories about what they'd hang on their antlers if they were reindeer during a Language lesson based on a reading of Imogene's Antlers by David Small.
2/3 Combo were busy celebrating Hanukkah this week, using colorful strands of yarn to make menorah projects, eating potato latkes, and playing the dreidel game.
2/3 Combo 3rd Graders crafted holiday snowmen showing different multiplication strategies in Math class. During a Language lesson students extracted character information, facts, and exaggerations to create their own tall tale stories.
5th Grade traced triangular shapes cut out of paper bowls then used vibrant paints to create large flower paintings in Art class.
8th Grade combined sodium, iron, and copper chloride, and cornstarch to compare and observe different substances and solutions during a Science lab.