Monthly Archives: September 2015

6th Grade Presentations

The sixth graders read biographies over the summer.  The students each created a short presentation to teach their classmates about their person. In addition, each student made a visual aid to accompany his/her presentation.  Grades for this project will be based on the student’s … Continue reading

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Shana Tova

Character Day We had a great day learning about character strengths.   8th Grade Recap This week in Mrs. Teitelbaum’s class we learned a few things. First, we focused on adjectives. We learned how adjectives can modify a noun in … Continue reading

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8th Grade Week in Review

Life As We Knew It recap We, again didn’t read much this week, but here is a quick update. Most of the world is having issues with tsunamis because the tides are controlled by the moon. Most people aren’t going … Continue reading

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7th Grade Recap

This week in Mrs. Teitelbaum’s class we continued reading, Charlie Joe Jackson’s Guide to Not Reading. Charlie Joe thinks that reading is terrible; he will do anything to not read. He believes that when you get into reading it ruins your … Continue reading

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Sixth Grade

During the third week of school we didn’t have much time to read our novel, but we read enough to fill our minds. We had learned about half of the class’s students in Flying Solo and we’re at the part … Continue reading

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Verbs, Pronouns, and Narratives…OH MY!

Sixth Grade Blog Posts by Isa Z and Allie B      The first two weeks have been a blast. We have already learned so much from Mrs. Teitelbaum. We learned what helping verbs are, and we even got taught a song … Continue reading

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