Fifteen students from our class were in the chorus for the drama production of Harry Potter. Most were complete hams when I was taking these pictures. Looks like they are prime to audition for parts in next year's play!
To celebrate Earth Day, students made projects out of recycled materials from home. Some projects were models and some were usable creations. All had amazing concepts behind them! Click on the button to go to assignment. We also did a grounds clean up and weeded and trimmed in the front of the building.
This week we have been working in groups to investigate how geography affects culture, our underling theme for social studies this year. Each group had a different environment around the world to study. The students did a nice job sharing their findings with the class.
Our second field trip of the year was to Amazement Square in Lynchburg. We were guided through the Native American exhibit, attended the Ancient China and Ancient Egypt presentation, and had free time playing on the tower and exploring the many hands-on exhibits. So cool!
To enrich and celebrate our last day of our China unit we played games from China, flew kites, sampled Chinese food and watched Mrs. Huneycutt's slide show from her visit to China! Food was our favorite!