At the end of their soil unit, Ms. Stewart’s third grade class got the chance to enjoy some edible soil! This soil showed all three layers. The bottom was chocolate chips representing the bedrock layer. Next they weathered down some Oreos to make the subsoil layer. Lastly, the topsoil was made up of chocolate pudding. This was a tasty way to close their study of soil.
Join us for our first Anchored for Success Reading Night Thursday, October 19, 2017!
Madison Elementary is hosting their first Anchored for Success Reading Night! Join us on Thursday, October 19 from 5:30-6:45. Come enjoy a night of math and reading fall fun. Get free books and sample yummy snacks!
Where: MES Library
Date: October 19,2017
When learning about non-standard measurement in Kindergarten, the students did a Monster STEM activity. They had to design and build a monster that was four blocks high. This was after reading a story called “I Need My Monster” by Amanda Noll.
With our new Young Explorers program, we are stretching and growing our brains. Could you cut one piece of paper with a hole big enough to step through?
First grade students have loved math so far this year. They enjoy working in pairs to complete games and hands on activities. The students are also excited to use the new computer program Dreambox to learn and practice math skills.