Ms. Larned's first- through third-grade class has begun the next step in its 3-D art project. The class is costuming the papier-mache people students sculpted.
The students are developing their writing and oral skills by preparing and presenting their research on a North American animal and its geographical habitat.
Sheila Best shared shells, fossils, indigenous rocks and petrified wood she collected while beachcombing in Homer. The students are in the process of identifying and labeling these geology samples.
The use of the fraction circle manipulatives has been the primary focus in developing abstract math concepts, such as the addition and subtraction of fractions and fraction equivalents.
Mrs. Overturf's kindergarten class is studying the seasons, leaves and seeds. The students will collect pictures of living and nonliving objects, as well as pictures of things that live in the air, water or on the land.
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