Thursday, September 30, 2010

Day 30: Cameran's Day

Mrs. Grönlund and Miss Roach continued to keep our class on track and humming along.

Here's the end-of-the-day poster summary:
 

 Tonight's homework looks like this


  
 Out in the garden, students made art from the
seed more people eat than any other: rice



 Math lessons....



 And chalk art on the playground
Mary Poppins friend, Bert would be proud.






A stunning portrait of our lovely home, Mother Earth

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Just wanted to say that tonight's Science Night was awesome. The star gazing dome was so much fun as was the story that went with it. The teachers and volunteers did a great job engaging the children and parents alike. Marley's dad had a cool display about how a watershed works as well. Another reason Dunham is such a great place to learn! Shari Moore

Dan Gurney said...

Thanks, Shari! I wish I could have been there, but I had a meeting/rehearsal I had to be at for my wife's reelection campaign.