Tuesday, February 8, 2022 was MSBG’s 100th Day of School. In the Lower Elementary classrooms, there were several activities that the students took part in. These activities included: alphabetizing 100 sight words, completing 100 math facts, categorizing 100 words, sitting silently for 100 seconds, building a structure with 100 Legos, and making 100 snowflakes after reading the book, The Snowy Day. To burn extra energy, we did 100 exercises throughout the day. It was a fun-filled day and, most importantly, we can say that we are 100 days smarter.
Biweekly the third year students receive a new lesson in Imaginary Island. So far this year, they have learned about advanced land/water forms, physical/political maps, and area & perimeter. This week the students learned how to use an Atlas. In the upcoming weeks, they will be presented with lessons that include: longitude and latitude, how to use an Encyclopedia, and researching a country. This work provides all of the skills needed to design their own Imaginary Island at the end of the school year.
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Have a great weekend!