Thursday, April 6, 2017

Thrilling, but soggy, Thursday

This morning the students worked on solving our weekly puzzles and then had time to finish any unfinished work, such as; the culture presentation or the states of matter project.  After that, we put our run-off collection tools, that we constructed in December, outside to see if they work.  Finally, we began sharing the students culture presentations.

Next, we switched for math and took a Go Noodle brain break.  Then we did a warm up analyzing a student's incorrect answer to a question converting a decimal to a fraction.  After that, we played Kahoot, as a fun way to review what we've learned about fractions and decimals.

Following math, the students enjoyed lunch and indoor recess.

After recess, we had quite the afternoon!  :-)

The plan was to have students complete the memoirs, and share the culture and matter projects.  We also wanted to clean out baskets and clean up the room.

However, due to weather conditions, we were moved into a shelter in place for a big chunk of time.

When the weather was no longer a danger, we returned to the portable, picking up the run-off collection tools along the way.

Once inside the students met with their  groups and discussed if their run-off collection tool worked and what changes they would make.  After sharing their thoughts, we continued sharing culture projects, leftover from this morning.

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