Thursday, October 09, 2014
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Lake Farm ParkTuesday, October 07, 2014
This field trip was so much fun! The students learned a lot about Native Americans, what they ate, how they lived and tools they used. The weather was perfect. We were even able to eat lunch outside - with all the bees! I think our favorite parts of the field trip were going into a tepee and seeing and Indian Paint Horse.
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Harvey Webster VisitsMonday, October 06, 2014
Harvey Webster from The Cleveland Museum of Natural History visited with several Ohio animals for our current unit on Animals and Plants. Thank you to the PTA who sponsored this assembly for us!
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Amazing Animal AdaptationsMonday, October 06, 2014
Our guest speaker,Mr. Harvey, from the Natural History Museum brought some interesting creatures with him. Ask your child what they learned about animal adaptations. Thank you PTA for funding this wonderful learning opportunity for us!
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Character ParadeFriday, October 03, 2014
In reading, we have been learning about characters. The character in the story is the person or animal who does something. We all dressed up as our favorite character and brought in the book that they were in. We got to see many different characters!
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Clouds in JarsThursday, October 02, 2014
In Science class, we are studying the atmosphere. We learned that clouds are made up of tiny water droplets. This morning it was so foggy, we actually got to go outside and stand IN A CLOUD! Later we did an experiment to show how clouds sometimes get so heavy with water droplets that it rains. We used shaving cream to represent the clouds and slowly added colored water droplets until it rained in our jars. Thank you for helping us out, Mr. Atienza. Science is awesome!
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MultiplicationWednesday, October 01, 2014
We started our unit on multiplication.
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Native American Life in Ohio!Saturday, September 27, 2014
Lake Farm Park staff members shared their knowledge of Native American culture with the students. The children then used what they have learned in class to make inferences and draw conclusions about life in early Ohio.
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