We made a lab with M&M’s. We put one in hot and cold water. It was cool.
News from the Social Studies Department (By Kaitlyn):
We are doing a project on the providences in Canada. Each group got to pick there providence. We had to do a fact sheet, word cloud, picture collage, and a photo story.
News from the Math Department (By Hailey H.):
We are working with pie, but not the pie we eat. The mathematical pi we use, 3.14.
News from the Reader’s Workshop Department (By Zach L.):
We have almost finished with the Iditarod. It has been very fun.
News from the Writer's Workshop Department (By Maria):
He/She said has been getting to old, and we need to spice up our dialogue to make our stories much, more interesting. We are working on it with writing about what would happen if our parents left us home and we redecorated our homes. Some have paddazled our pets, changed the house color, and added pools filled with jello. So far everything has been fun to listen to. So that’s a wrap! Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
News from the Music Department (By Molly):
In music we are learning a song called ‘Lean On Me and we have been doing switches the last couple weeks for computer, piano, guitar, and auto harps.
News from the Physical Education Department (By Zach M.):
We are in the bowling unit right now. We are going to end it off with a bowling field trip to River City Lanes.
News from the Art Department (By Jack):
We are still doing coiling. It is LEAUGE OF AWESOMENESS.
Free Choice Area (By Makenzie):
We just finished the Iditarod. Lance Mackey finished in 22nd place so I was really EXCITED!
Teacher's Corner (By Mr. Singer):
Happy St. Patrick’s Day earily to all of you. It looks like spring has joined us early this last week, and next week too. I hope everyone gets a chance to get out and enjoy this wonderful Wisconsin weather before it changes again. We have wraped up the Iditarod this week, congratulations to Dallas Seavey for being the youngest winner of the race at 25 years-old. I can honestly say that he has accomplished something very special.
Please log onto Skyward to see your child’s grades now. I will be checking the sign in status of each account this next week and contacting those who still need to check.
This next week Wednesday we will be going bowling with Mrs. Hutchinson, so make sure your money and forms are in ASAP if you have not handed it in yet. Also next week we will be having a visit from Mrs. Markle, Fox River Middle School Principal, for the students. She will be orientating them on what to expect for next year, what classes are avaliabe in 7th grade, etc. Look for a note to come home that evening with more information about the parents night at Fox River after that too.
If you are interested in any other information, please paruse the website and enjoy. Our class rules, pictures from the year, and much more can be found. If you ever have any questions, or comments, please email me!