Take a peek inside to see what vibrant lessons were happening inside of TCS classrooms this week.
In this issue:
Preschool students celebrated Flash the Tortoise's return from hibernation with a fun outdoor party complete with tortoise-themed cookies and hibiscus flowers.
Kindergarten continued studying math facts and addition, in preparation for learning subtraction after Spring Break.
2nd Grade students read a biography about Helen Keller then created timelines including summaries their favorite parts of each chapter complete with pictures during an English lesson.
5th Grade went to Pali Camp.
6th Grade used oranges, salt, and gauze wraps to replicate the mummification process during a History lesson.
7th Grade Science designed an experiment to see whether fine-grained powder burns faster than coarse-grained powder to illustrate that the size of cells is related to the needs of cellular respiration and the effect of particle size on chemical reactions.