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The fourth graders began their final research paper this week. They each chose an important person to research from Florida’s history. Mrs.Hallett helped them determine the proper search engine to use. They had to find 2-3 websites to obtain the … Continue reading
I feel overwhelming pride and joy for my 4th and 5th graders that chose to do the “Speed Geeking” at EdJEWcon. They all did such a fabulous job, and I heard from so many people how impressive they were. Ariella … Continue reading
Tuesday, April 16-Yom Sport Day-Wear your color! Friday, April 19th-Student Led Conferences (report cards) Monday, April 29th-EdJewCon-no school for students
On Thursday, the Fourth and Fifth Grade went on a field trip to Kennedy Space Center. It was a wonderful day full of educational experiences and FUN! Stay tuned for reflections about our trip.
This conference day we are trying something different. The 5th graders successfully completed Student Led Conferences earlier in the year, and they found it was beneficial to the parents, the students, and the teachers. Once I heard about their experience, I … Continue reading
Here are a couple of the book trailers that the 4th graders created. There are more to come. We are in the process of uploading all of the others to vimeo. Stay tuned.
Many people know that the best way to assess if someone understands a new concept, is to have them “teach” someone else. For the past three weeks, the fourth graders have been working on creating a tutorials on a variety … Continue reading
The 4th graders have been working on tutorials for the past two weeks. The first one is complete! The students have all been working with a partner on a variety of topics. This one is on adverbs. Let Emily and … Continue reading
One afternoon, about two weeks prior to Purim, the fourth graders informed me that they were planning a “MOCK” wedding out on the playground. They explained that the whole class was included. As a teacher, and a parent of one … Continue reading