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November 2018

Place Value Creatures

Submitted by arlene.haymond on Fri, 11/23/2018 - 00:00
2nd grade creations

Place value in first and second grade place value is the one of the most important math ideas that first and second grade students learn. Students created place value creatures to reinforce their understanding of ones, tens, and hundreds. 

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Fifth Grade Field Trip

Submitted by arlene.haymond on Tue, 11/20/2018 - 15:54
Attributions: 
Tiffany Litchfield
Fifth Grade Field Trip

Last Friday (11/16), our 5th grade students had the opportunity to visit Discovery Gateway Children's Museum. They were able to reinforce their learning from science classes with a lesson on inherited traits from the knowledgeable museum staff.  The students also got a chance to engage with fun interactive exhibits at the museum. We had a great day and thank you to all the parent volunteers who helped make our field trip possible.

Sixth Grade STEM

Submitted by arlene.haymond on Mon, 11/19/2018 - 14:14
Attributions: 
Susan Crook
Sixth Grade STEM

6th graders were able to participate in a STEM science lesson dealing with density. In this lesson, students stretched a piece of black fabric, and then the teacher set balls with different densities on the fabric one by one. Students watched to see how far the fabric stretched down when each ball was placed on the fabric. The students especially loved the difference of placing the soccer ball and bowling ball on the fabric. They determined that because the bowling ball was solid and the soccer ball was filled with air, that the bowling ball must be more dense.

What are you thankful for? (Part 2)

Submitted by arlene.haymond on Mon, 11/19/2018 - 11:49
What are you thankful for? (Part 2)

Marissa: I am thankful for family, church, and school

Lucy:  I am thankful for family, food, and friends

 Jakob: I am thankful for books, video games and friends

 Kyle N: I am thankful for ice cream and food!

 Scarlett O: I am thankful for my family and home.

 Robert K.: I am thankful for food and housing companies.

 Ali M: I am thankful for science and my family.

 Sharon: I am thankful for my parents, my family, people, and food, and teachers and I am

              thankful for books.

Did You Know . . .

Submitted by arlene.haymond on Sun, 11/18/2018 - 07:07
Attributions: 
NEBO School District Digital Library

. . . that Nebo School District provides a digital library? On our website, look for "SORA." You will be linked to the instructions to access the digital library. You are able to access the library with the SORA app or directly from the website. 

The Read-a-thon starts today!  Keep track of your reading on the Road to Success Website: https://www.rtsutah.com

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