This morning we headed out to the woods to reflect on our year. We wrote letters to our future selves and retook the picture we took in the fall. Look how we've grown!
The rain held off and we had one amazing Gold Rush Day indeed. Tin punching and finger weaving, square dancing and panning for gold in the stream...great fun was had by all! Thank you to everyone who came out to enjoy the day with us!
Over the past two days, we have been extremely proud to share our accomplishments with our families. Third grade has been a wonderful adventure and we were happy to celebrate everything we've done! Thank you for joining us, and enjoy the slideshow!
As our final project in third grade, we are working together to create a gold rush glog. Not sure what a glog is? Ask us about it or follow this link to learn more! www.glogster.com
Enjoy the slideshow of pictures from our gold rush themed day with our special friends!
After a whole year (almost!) of map skills lessons from Mr. Gardner, we are putting our knowledge to the test with a final map skills project. This project will show all that we have learned. Ask us about our research so far!
Enjoy the slideshow of our field trip to Olentangy Indian Caverns!
*Note: more picture will be forth coming as teachers from other groups send their pictures my way.*
This morning the prospectors from the Boom Town of New Goldeny purchased their mining supplies and began panning for gold. Some hit the mother load, others weren't so lucky.
We spent our day exploring the wonderful world of COSI. We played with Gadgets (simple machines) and learned about space. We also got to see a great 3D movie about the migration of the Monarch Butterfly. Have us tell you about this eventful learning experience!
This afternoon the third grade got to show off their poetry writing skills at a Poetry Coffee House. We sat on the stage and listened to students read their original poetry. It was nice to hear our fellow third graders "clicking" their applause for our hard work!
Follow our class as we learn and grow in third grade.