We started inside and then moved outside to build, test and challenge each other with our catapults. We couldn’t chuck real pumpkins, but the candy ones from Winco seemed to work.
Halloween, and a Week of Learning
Thank you the parents and siblings who helped put together a pretty terrific Distance Learning Halloween experience. The Halloween celebration came at the end of a unit of learning that had some students moving from multi-digit multiplication to multi-digit division and other students learning to multiply fractions. We continued to write multi-paragraph papers and we added Pixton as a tool to plan and enhanced our ability to communicate.
To start, thank you to my Room Parents who organized a great experience for the students. The children competed in a pumpkin relay race, finished a craft, braided rope/tug toys for dogs, that will be donated, and did an event involving marshmallows and vampire teeth!
Thank you parents for bringing in so much food and donating items and time to our 2018 Halloween Celebration.