Some things you might see in our room this year!
Well, aren't you AMAZING! You are being recognized for doing one of the following (or something else super stellar!!)
Being a super helpful kiddo for our guest teacher
Being a team player
Showing kindess or being helpful in a, what may be a sticky, situation
Some of my favorite STEM projects include, but are not limited to:
-The Great Egg Drop-Create a device to keep your egg safe and unharmed in a 12ft drop
-So, You Think You Can Fly-Create a plane and work as a team to pilot it the best in several different scenarios
-Row, Row, Row, Your Boat-Build a boat that will keep your Lego character afloat across a 3ft canal
-London Bridges that DOn't Fall Down-Build a bridge that can hold the weight of as many text books as possible
Flexible Seating-The Great Debate
I happen to have a loving place in my heart for flexibe seating. I find that a student whose body is stationary may have a mind that is also. I encourage my students to move all day and I find that providing them with several different options during the day is helpful and freeing. However, if you choose to remain seated I will encourage you to do that as well! Options are a persons best friend, I expect you to make the one that best suits your body on any certain day!