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Mrs. Lacey Sep 4
Today we worked as a community to allow for all 7 book clubs to meet today! I am a very proud and excited teacher! I cant wait to hear all the connections these amazing kiddos are going to make during this time.
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Mrs. Lacey Aug 27
Ss brainstormed different sensory details from the story Owl Moon. They then worked in small groups to plan how they are going to add sensory details to their narrative.
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Ms. Tummons Dec 19
Such an amazing and engaging trip to yesterday! Abstract art really got us thinking!
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Julie Schisler May 7
Feeling the sweet love this morning from my students!!!
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Julia Coggins Aug 19
Pete the Cat came to visit our kindergarteners on their first day of school!
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Mrs. Lacey Sep 13
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Ms. D Jan 9
Ahhh the sight of the yellow test box! 🌞 First day of testing went great!!
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Bushmann's 1st Grade Feb 28
Dr Molly came to teach us about our teeth!
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Mrs. Lacey Sep 13
Today we applied what we have been dis using in science and took a listening walk. Students wrote and drew what they saw and heard. We will turn these into sensory details within a narrative next week.
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Bushmann's 1st Grade Apr 15
Focused on our botanical drawings of dandelions! @JECoggs
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Julia Coggins Aug 15
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Seek's Third Grade Jan 25
Ss loved learning how to play the math game “Salute” to help strengthen their multiplication and division skills!
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Seek's Third Grade Feb 4
Ss really enjoyed using base-10 blocks to help them better understand 3 digit subtraction. It was a marathon math morning, but we’re starting to grasp the concept.
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CPS EL Dept Sep 4
Second graders in ' EL classroom practiced retelling a story they'd read using transition words.
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Mrs. Lacey Sep 4
Ss worked in partnerships to sort animals into categories based off of their characteristics. They were then given challenge cards that they had to discover the characteristics and then sort it into the corresponding group.
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Mrs. Lacey Sep 11
Started our day with a palindrome lesson.
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Julie Schisler Apr 26
Countdown to First Grade- today was E for Experiment and then we did an Egg Hunt for a compliment celebration! Such an Exciting Day! @JECoggs
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Johnson's 4th Grade Dec 13
I think I was maybe too excited to share my very own watercolor pencils with my class today! I’ve probably had this set since I was in 5th grade!! @LocustStTrB @LocustStStudioA
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Mrs. Facio Jan 23
Practicing addition problems with fun growing train math game! @JECoggs
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Seek's Third Grade Feb 13
Ss are sharpening their multiplication and division skills by playing “Beat the Calculator”. Do you have “fact power? @JECoggs
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