So much happening this week. Sports Day tomorrow, Wednesday. Come support Team “Sky Ninjas.” This Friday, May 1, 4B is hosting a bake sale on the playground. Students from 4B have organized themselves to make and sell baked goods. Money raised will support Nepal’s relief efforts. Thanks for your support.
Blog post by: Mitsuki, An and Eileen This week, 4th grade finished making posters for their campaign. You can see some of the posters if you click this site. It says their name and the poster they made. https://www.creatubbles.com/galleries/n3Mai6YW/list We are doing the campaign so we can help people, help the environment or to remind them […]
Today we finished reading our read aloud titled Loser, by Jerry Spinelli. It’s about a boy who grows up and struggles to find his place in the world. However, he’s also a really happy kid who is funny. What did everyone think? What rating would you give the book (1-5 stars). What makes you say that? […]
How do we change? As students continue their inquiry into how people’s bodies change and how this affects mental and physical states, they observed ELC and HS this week. Students acted as scientists, with their fine observation glasses on. Sitting on the side, students watched the ELC kids at play. They noticed things about how […]
Students have been digging into Who We Are and how people change and develop. As part of our inquiry, we are acting as social scientists and observing human behavior. On Wednesday, students interviewed their 2nd grade buddies about how and what they play, how they solve conflicts and about favorites. Today, students got a chance […]
Ice cream. Who doesn’t like it? Today, we talked about how we might like to get some ice cream during the latter part of this year. There’s an ice cream vending machine just outside school with some easy, cheap ice cream: about 120-150 yen. Today, we asked the question: What would it be like if […]