Sun and Moon have moved on from two-dimensional plants to three-dimensional ones. We have been identifying all the plant parts, their functions, and the nutrients they need to survive. Check out these gardeners!
The second grade has been studiously preparing for the finals. We finished the reminder of plant and animal classification.
We are going to make some paper from recycled paper! Students have started this process by cutting the old paper into little pieces. Next, we’ll be turning them into mush! Before long, we’ll have something to write on.
Students described a picture they see of animals in their habitats for their partners to draw. They get to see how accurate their friend’s description is and compare their drawing to the image on the screen. Some students were spot on, and there were definitely some surprises.
LochNess and Lomond completed their chapter on the scientific method, technology, and design process. To complement the lesson, we took class outside and observed the functions of a drone as it recorded us outside in the video below. The students were able to discuss how new technology, such as the drone, can benefit society
After a grueling a week of English exams, the science final was returned for corrections. Good luck next week!
Er Xin Reporter