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Roller Skating Field Trip
Our annual rite of spring is roller skating to celebrate the end of state testing. Thank you to Janet for snapping the candid shots. Check them out.
Oreo Moons
What a way to take a “test.” Each child was given a set of Oreo cookies and told to create the moon phases cycle. Look and see how they did!!

State Capital
Our trip to the capital city to see the capitol building was awesome. Our guide was quite impressed with our knowledge. We even got to debate a bill in the House of Representatives. Thank you Frank Hornstein.
Marshmallow Magic
The afternoon of testing was spent playing a game called Marshmallow Magic. The children became “engineers” and had to build a stable structure using the pieces they got throughout the “game.” It was a great stress reliever!
Center for Book Arts
Field trip to Center for Book Arts
Spring Swimming
Building Big
A variety of “new” construction materials have been introduced to the children. Check out the building big photos

Most Fridays you can see us working on understanding the laws of physics.

Amaryllis Race

Who would have thought that something so ugly could have produced such beautiful

flowers?  The amaryliss race was a huge sucess. Kids were measuring, graphing, watering, writing, and drawing for eight weeks. Take a look...

Individual Projects

Every Tuesday we spend an hour working on projects of our choice. Here are some

photos of kids' presentations.

Moon Journals

Kids in these photos are busy preparing their notebooks for a month long study of the