Thanks so much to the volunteers who have already started bringing in supplies for our science activities. We still are in the need of baby food jars, so if you've got a young one at home or know one nearby, we'd love to have the empty jars! They'll be helpful for our landforms experiments and future activities as well.
Also, on Thursday we will be doing some science centers. I'd love to get some parent volunteers into the classroom. Click your child's homeroom teacher's name to sign up for your child's science period.
NO spot left--Miss Gates : )
NO spots left--Mrs. Kazanjian : )
4 spots left--Ms. Julio (no one has volunteered. :[ )
Throughout the next couple of weeks, your children will be participating in several learning experiences that will help build their understanding of how landforms are created. I am reaching out to families and asking for any donations that can be made. Provided here is a list of some of the supplies we will be needing at the beginning of our unit:
You can use the Legislative Article of NC's Constitution to help you with your scavenger hunt.
Mrs. Ana Rhyne
I teach 4th grade math and science at Weatherstone Elementary School. I graduated from Meredith College with a BA in Spanish and K-6 licensure.