Mrs. Gordon’s class practices finding equivalent fractions by playing Fraction Coverall.
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Mrs. Good’s class played 3 fraction games to review for their upcoming test.
Miss Jones’ class learned about electrical circuits this morning with Mr. Duroni.
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Isaac Willey from Mrs. Brimm’s class got a positive office referral for always be enthusiastic about learning and always participating in class! Great student!
Mrs. Good’s class did a virtual lab with Greenbush today. We played “Kansas Jeopardy” since Kansas’ birthday is coming up on January 29th!
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Mrs. Good’s class worked on equivalent fractions and comparing fractions task cards in the hallway.
Mrs. Good’s class played “Fraction Feud” with a partner today. They would have to compare their fractions, and the student with the bigger fraction won the round.
My lucky day…lunch with the “cool kids”
Miss Jones’ class visited the science lab to learn about electricity with Mr. Duroni.
Can you make the light bulb light up using one wire and a battery? These students are working ti figure it out!
Can you make the bulb light up using one wire and a battery? These students figured it out!
Students working together to find equivalent fractions.
Mr. Holmes’ students met over 24 behavior goals, so they earned a pizza party! 😁
Fun with Fractions in Mrs. Gordon’s class!
Mrs. Good’s class went to science lab with Mr. Duroni today. They learned about electricity and made a light bulb light up using a battery and wire.
Mrs. Good’s class made fraction bracelets today. Each student picked out the amount of beads they wanted to use (denominator) and then we found out how many of each color/shape was used (numerator).