Take a peek inside to see what vibrant lessons were happening inside of TCS classrooms this week!
In this issue:
Red Room made fun crowns and used paint and recyclable paper towel rolls to craft fun red and white striped decorations in honor of Dr. Seuss' birthday! They also enjoyed a week of sensory play, using the great weather to their advantage to explore the different textures around campus.
Blue Room turned their classroom into a construction zone during a lesson on buildings and construction this week, and took a campus field trip to observe contractors as they added cement to the outside of our Art room. Students collected some cement to take back to their classroom, and used it to build their own patio extension onto their dollhouse.
Kindergarten celebrated the 100 days of school by decorating t-shirts with 100 fun craft items. They also used cereal to craft colorful, edible necklaces.
2nd Grade students celebrated Dr. Seuss' birthday by choosing their favorite storybook by the author and writing book reports.
4th Grade celebrated Dr. Seuss in Art class by recreating the classic truffula tree scenes from his classic storybook, The Lorax, using pastel crayons and watercolors.
5th Grade practiced their use of proverbs and adages by choosing a popular saying, writing it in the correct proverbial form then drawing pictures to support their statements during an English Lesson. Students also did reports about the meaning behind their names based on an article they read about actress, Uzo Aduba, and her struggles with accepting her unique name.