"The more you practice the easier it becomes to be kind!"
Classes celebrate being "100 days smarter" by telling 100 day stories, singing 100 day songs, and lots (hundreds?) of other activities that use a variety of different methods to get to the number 100.
Fourth grade teacher Kathleen Godleski: "This will be of great benefit to students as they are challenged in the areas of problem solving, as well as strategic and critical thinking."
Students prepared for Turk’s visit by reading several of his books and creating both digital drawings and paintings that currently line the halls!
Using a green screen, students acted out their situation and then inserted realistic backgrounds.
Todd first graders used different versions of The Gingerbread Boy and then compared and contrasted Setting, Character, Problem & Solution and then decorated cookies.