North America Presentations
We had a busy week of research! We have been studying North America, and the scholars were asked to choose a topic that had to with North America. Most of the first-years chose an animal, others chose a biome, landmark, or a country. I was impressed with the variety of topics! The students love to research and will finish their morning work as quickly as they can in order to get back to their topic and make more discoveries!
It was a fun and very busy week. I am looking forward to practicing our kitchen skills, while baking this week, and to getting back to more lessons and work with the materials!
Enjoy the photos below:
Washing dishes! We love having a sink!
Silent reading, a treasured part of our day.
Mr. Bill McNulty came to talk to us about computers, how they have changed over the years and how to be safe while using them. The students had so many questions for Mr. Bill!
…More computer parts, they were intrigued by all the small parts!
Having a lesson outside- it doesn’t get much better than that!
Practicing a proper greeting.
We use the acronym ELF: Eye contact, Lovely smile, Firm handshake.
Wade chose to do a salt dough map of Panama and the Panama Canal.
Mixing the salt dough!
Braelyn researched Belize
Kaia studied the fox squirrel
Alexa and Bren researched the Temperate Forest
Elizabeth chose the black-footed ferret to research.
Abby researched Costa Rica.