Take a peek inside to see what vibrant lessons were happening inside of TCS classrooms this week!
In this issue:
Red Roomers studied rocks this week. They made rock collages, participated in an outdoor rock/fossil expedition, and created "geodes" with playdough and jewels. They also observed a volcano "explosion" of vinegar and baking soda to learn about how lava rocks are formed.
Yellow Room students studied Fall, and went on a nature walk to discover the changes in the season and weather. They read Red Leaf, Yellow Leaf and created their own leaf art to celebrate!
First and Fifth Grade buddies interviewed one another, and completed a questionnaire about each other, and then introduced their new buddy to the class.
Second Graders wrote letters to their friends, and worked out double digit math on our dry-erase tablets.
Seventh Grade Math students studied tesselations in nature, art, and architecture and used ratios to create their own tesselations in class.