April is poetry month and Friday is “A Poem in Your Pocket” day. Second graders have been practicing their own “poem in your pocket” to recite to a family member on Friday!
almost 2 years ago, Mrs. Holtrup
We have a poetry reading room in SeeSaw that some of us are using to practice our poems.
who doesn’t love a good Shel Silverstein poem?
We earned a class reward for getting our morning routine started right away.
almost 2 years ago, Mrs. Holtrup
Check out  that intensity!
It took some concentration, coordination and problem solving.
we worked together to build the tallest cup tower!
Second graders did exercise spelling to celebrate exercise day during our ABC countdown.
almost 2 years ago, Mrs. Holtrup
Kick and spell!
Crunch and spell!
Squat and spell
Exercise spelling menu
Have you filled someone's bucket today? These 2nd Graders write bucket filling notes (positive compliments) to their peers and the teacher reads every one of them each Wednesday!
almost 2 years ago, Sean Rhoads
Bucket Filling
Second graders did exercise spelling to celebrate exercise day during our ABC countdown.
almost 2 years ago, Mrs. Holtrup
Kick and spell!
Crunch and spell!
Squat and spell
Exercise spelling menu
E is for Exercise Day! Team Halper started the day with a yoga video to help get our bodies and brain ready for learning!
almost 2 years ago, Jennifer Halper
yoga
yoga
yoga
yoga
Dance Day and word study!?!? These 2nd Graders found a creative way to attack their words!
almost 2 years ago, Sean Rhoads
word study dance1
word study dance2
D is for Dance Day!!! We rocked out to our Team Beseth playlist through out the day, during snack and at recess!!! #dancedance
almost 2 years ago, Alison Beseth
dance 2
dance
D is for Dance Day for our ABC Countdown! We danced to some songs on Go Noodle!
almost 2 years ago, Jennifer Finn
Dance Day!
Dancing is so much fun!
Our 1st graders are learning how to count money! Math games are our favorite! #firstgraderocks #idepride 🦁
almost 2 years ago, Rebecca Hull
counting money
coin board
Celebrating learning all of our 1st grade sight words with “write the room”! A fun way to practice reading and writing our sight words!
almost 2 years ago, Dana Arnold
students participating in write the room
student participating in write the room
student participating in write the room
students participate in write the room
Ladybug Text Feature Scavenger Hunt in first grade. Students did a wonderful job with socially distanced group work. Remote students were partnered with an in-person student. Successful collaboration! 🐞
almost 2 years ago, Sheryl Sulima
scavenger hunt
scavenger hunt
scavenger hunt
scavenger hunt
Our second graders are making progress toward our butterfly garden by meeting the needs of plants with light and water.
almost 2 years ago, Janet Schultz
providing water
providing light
Students have been working on first grade math skills during center time. They are practicing addition, subtraction, fact fluency and more!
almost 2 years ago, Jennifer Finn
Students work on apps to practice math skills.
We have math packets to practice solving equations and word problems.
We play games to practice fact fluency.
Our first graders have learned how to use textual evidence to answer questions and write about what they have learned from their nonfiction books. #firstgraderocks #idepride 🦁
almost 2 years ago, Rebecca Hull
The lifecycle of a ladybug
Ladybug Life Cycles
Technology is amazing! Students are independently completing literature circles during small group and including our remote learners!! It’s awesome to also pair our in class learners with a remote learner during Word Study! #firstgraderocks #teambeseth #litcircle #smallgroups
almost 2 years ago, Alison Beseth
remote
lit circle 2
literature circles
Our Kindergarteners love building team sentences during word work! This activity helps us practice sight words, letter sounds, sentence structure, turn taking, and teamwork!
almost 2 years ago, Mrs. Staiton
Building team sentences
Crazy Hair Day fun!
almost 2 years ago, Mrs. Staiton
Crazy hair fun!
Crazy hair fun!
Crazy hair fun!
Crazy hair fun!
Our Kindergarteners love active learning! We have been using nonstandard measurement tools to practice measuring and comparing different objects and distances, including our frog jumps! 🐸
almost 2 years ago, Mrs. Staiton
Measuring frog jumps!
First graders have been working hard during Daily 5! Some of the centers they participate in are work on writing, write the room, and guided reading groups. Students continue to develop their writing and reading skills during this time!
almost 2 years ago, Jennifer Halper
guides reading groups
write the room
work on writing