Saturday, January 5, 2008

Display of work

Just before the winter break, there was a flurry of student work that was displayed, shared, and celebrated. Here are just a few of the many things adorning the walls, halls, and classrooms.

Brian shows his page of the K-1 class pop-up book about animals and their habitats. This delightful book is a showcase for progress in writing, research, illustration, and execution. Students shared this book, habitat dioramas, stories, science journals and much more with with Pre K and their parents. They have become experts on local animals such as beavers, squirrels, foxes, coyotes, and many others.

The Hudson River is taking shape down the Pre K to 3 corridor. Daily, new creatures are appearing that compete the display of authentic knowledge: fish, amphibians, mammals, and plants adorn the land and river scape, including displays of the water cycle.

Our student teacher in art, Megan, mounted a display of giant silhouette and color studies from the 4-5's. They are stunning!

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