Our goal for the Stuffed Animals Drive during our Kindness Week was 150 donated stuffed animals. We collected 285!! We are so excited about this and that we will be helping children in need through the ambulance crew. Thanks to our student council for their help all week long in collecting and counting the stuffed animals, and thanks to all that helped us reach and exceed our goal!
One of our fourth grade classes, Mr. Grosdidier's class, is shown here learning to code so they can direct their robots to move in a designated pattern. They can also have the robot spin, talk, and go slow or fast, among other options. They are working in small groups, and must decide what they want their robot to do. It has been a great experience for the students.
Kindergarten students are exploring the phenomenon of Force and Motion. We explored the actions of pushing, pulling and how we can alter an object's motion with the amount of force we use. At learning stations students got to experiment with different manipulatives to test how much force they would need to make objects move. We flipped rubber chickens at a target, built a domino train, raced mini cars, jumped frogs, and built ramps for marbles to follow. We had a great time experimenting and discovering more about force and motion.