Honored to have Blake Sims with us this fall doing in-house workshops for faculty!
Students take photos and make drawings on their iPads for an ebook about their tree observations in all seasons.
Other activities during the Fall Fair included vinyl cutting stickers, block print stamps, and a LEGO car derby with Ms. Corbiere in the lobby.
Middle Schools student, Aidan, teaching younger peers how to use the vinyl cutter.
Original designs inspired by nature.
Learning to write in reverse!
Stylish and sturdy LEGO cars.
One of the activities tiday was marble track making inspired by last weekends Boston Mini-Makerfaire. The early birds at Tge Saturday Thibg were the junior-Kindergarteners!
Fifth Grade Math has kicked off the year with a study of the relationship between vertices, faces, and edges of 3D shapes. Strawbees were the prototyping tool of choice for building their first cubes, prisms and pyramids. Additional photos are on the school website.
To kick off the school year, the third-grade students made something that shows what they hope their third-grade journey will be, using only recycled materials. "Journey" is the theme for htird grade. Unfortunately, I was so busy in the moment that I only got three photos, but I promise to take more if they come back soon. Stop by the new eurekaLab at back to school night to see their projects first-hand. The third grade also did the best clean-up job I've ever seen! So happy to have them in our brand-new space.