Today was spent grilling for the awesome teachers at Dr. MLK Jr. School Complex. We have an amazing staff and today we ate, talked, and made merry!
NJSLA continued in the morning, but it was back to kite flying in the afternoon with Mrs. Mensah’s second grade class!
Here is a look at our giant Kerplunk stations for our upcoming May Day Fun Day. Hard to believe its that time of the year again. Ms. Days and I have been working steadily on these things for a week. Here are the fruits of our labor thus far… Also, … More Day 158: Finishing the Giant Kerplunk Stations and Flying Kites with Mrs. Howell’s Class
Short day for students, but the test must go on! We administered the first NJSLA Math portion for Grades 3-5 with no issues except for a few glitchy chromebooks (or maybe the system in general) where students were not able to access their tests at all. We moved them into … More Day 156: Half day, No Makerspace, All Testing
As I mentioned yesterday, there was no way that we were going to slog through a lesson full of intricate (for a kindergartner) folds, taping, hole punching, etc. with our youngest crew. Instead, I took the time to identify problem areas where kindergartners might get held up. Folding, check…hole punching, … More Day 155: Holy Kites, the Kindergartners finished the Build!