1st graders rock out to @helloemilyarrow's Poem in Your Pocket @Woodland_Hgts library. #PoemInYourPocketDay #slm16 pic.twitter.com/a8RAFr2POu— Elizabeth Graham (@Libscigal) April 21, 2016
Thursday, April 21, 2016
In preparation for Poem in Your Pocket Day, students watched Emily Arrow's video for her song, "Poem in Your Pocket", motions included. Here, Mrs. Novak's class sings along:
Third graders used Shorebird to create found word poetry. Students select artwork then use word tiles to form a poem. Searching through the original artwork was the students' favorite part.
Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Monday, April 18, 2016
Tuesday, April 12, 2016
4th and 5th grade are busy with their final research projects of the year. 4th grade has researched important events and figures of the Revolutionary War and will create a Wanted Poster as a final digital product. 5th graders are learning about famous people that played a part in World War II. They will create a PowerPoint presentation to share their knowledge, complete with references featuring full citations. Way to learn those information literacy skills!
Save the date: April 21 is Poem in Your Pocket Day! https://t.co/qznPQS0uSD pic.twitter.com/mmg36CXkWM— John Schu (@MrSchuReads) April 2, 2016
April is #wimpykidmonth! Head to https://t.co/MGN965FPF3 to celebrate all month long! pic.twitter.com/b58NCFmvjZ— Jeff Kinney (@wimpykid) April 1, 2016