Here are a few pictures I took last week on our Field Trip to see a production of Sacajawea at Birmingham Children’s Theater – After the play we also got to have a little play time at Homewood Park It was a GREAT day!
February 8th was our Annual Third Grade Dance Party! During PE, all of the third grade classes learned several new dances! They did a wonderful job, here are some photos from the day!
Each year at CES the third grade participates in a President’s Day Project. This project consists of each student conducting research on an assigned president, creating a poster for that president, and presenting their research to their class. Student’s also have the choice of dressing up like their president for their President’s Day Project – If girls do not want to dress up like a boy president they may dress like their assigned president’s First Lady. Our President’s Day projects will be due on Friday, February 17th! I am very excited to see all of the amazing posters and outifts Below are some links to student-friendly president websites! I have also included all of the directions and rubrics incase you may have misplaced them.
Project Directions & Rubrics:
Here are a few photos that I took during our Christmas Celebration! We had a great time eating waffles, drinking hot chocolate, & watching The Polar Express! Thank you to all of our amazing parents who sent items to make our Christmas party possible, you all are THE BEST! I hope that everyone had a fantastic Christmas holiday and a Happy New Year!
- Merry Christmas to the BEST 3rd Grade class ever
Since we only had one full day of school this week, it was the perfect time for lots of fun holiday activities! Today we made Wreath Cookies made out of Cornflakes! Here are some of the pictures I took of the kids making their cookies.
Since we’re well on our way to become Multiplication Rock Stars, I have introduced the kids to a few Multiplication Math Games to help sharpen their skills! Here are a few pictures that I took of them playing the games this morning.
We had a great time on our first field trip of the year to the 4H Center last week! We got a chance to go on a scavenger hunt, do some bird watching, and meet an Owl! Thank you to all of our chaperones who were able to join us, it was a great day!
The day before our Thanksgiving Break we spent our afternoon making Edible Gobblers! It was interesting to watch the students figure out how to create their Gobblers, they did great! Here are some pictures!
Today in science we dissected Owl Pellets! When owls eat small rodents there are bones and fur that their bodies are unable to digest – The Owl will then cough up a pellet that contains the undigestable fur and bones of the rodent. Since we are studying the skeleton and human body, this was a great opportunity to take a look at bones from another living thing! Here are some pictures of us dissecting!!
Tonight was the annual CES Beauty Pageant – We had three beautiful ladies from our classroom participate in the event! I am so proud of the awesome girls! Great job Ladies