May 27, 2015

Ms. Tucker

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Historical Corbett Tour

We were quite lucky today, to be led on an historical tour of Corbett. There is rich history in our community, and it was fun to bring students into those important stories. A big THANK YOU to Chuck Rollins for… [Read More…]

Engineering and Fundraising

This week we built our own log flumes! (thanks for the many donations of paper towel rolls) Students were given historical photographs of log flumes, 4 paper towel rolls to cut in half lengthwise, chopsticks and dowels, tootsie roll “logs”,… [Read More…]

Thank You!

Thanks to these wonderful volunteers who got hours of work done in less than 2. Our class appreciates you! Zoe, Grace and Brooke Nancy, Kaitlin and Sidney And a bonus! Ania reads with Mari.  

A Sunny Walk, an ECO Visit and a Living Museum

A sunny walk on our nature trail makes for a pretty perfect PE Our ECO teachers taught us about many native plants and then we played “PLANT-O” As a culminating celebration of our unit on newcomers to the Columbia River… [Read More…]

Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!

We enjoyed themed snacks, books, creating hats and graphing fish. It was a great birthday celebration! Ethan, Aeden and Ania graph fish Mari enjoys edible, Seussical math Delaney and Brenna work and play Chandra and Greyson One Fish, Two Fish,… [Read More…]

Happy Chinese New Year!

Where the Wild Things Are

Hoping you could make it to our fun, funny and adorably scary music program this week! Students sang and performed their hearts out.

Trading Day

Students have been learning about the newcomers, the explorers who came to our area in the 19th century. We’ve been focusing on their interactions with the Native Americans. Thursday students got to trade their handmade clay beads for items the… [Read More…]

Fort Vancouver

Today’s trip to Fort Vancouver fit pretty perfectly into our new unit, studying the newcomers to the Pacific Northwest. We got such a comprehensive picture of what it would be like to be an explorer, a fur trapper, a newcomer… [Read More…]

Thank you!

A big thank you to Kaitlin Aho and Desiree Chiu for bringing a little magic to our classroom this season. Have a wonderful holiday and I’ll see you next year!