Are you hungry for synonym rolls?
We learned that synonyms are different word that have the same meaning!
These chefs made a few of their own synonym rolls!
We learned about the value of coins in Math!
We learned how to count mixed coins!
We practiced trading coins for the same value too!
We thought it was a good idea to learn different ways to make the same amount!
That way no one can cheat us out of our hard-earned money!
Congratulations to the winners of the
American Legion Ladies Auxiliary coloring contest!
First Grade made breakfast in bed for mom!
We love our moms and caregivers!
We are ready to learn about sharks!
Sharks have been around for 300 million years!
They were here BEFORE the dinosaurs!
This is the only kind of pet shark allowed in First Grade!
Did you know that sharks can lose up to 3,000 teeth in a year?
When a shark loses a tooth, another one grows back!
The Tooth Fairy must stay very busy visiting sharks!
Sharks have razor sharp teeth!
They also have powerful jaws!
Sharks are born for a full mouth of teeth!!!
Sharks are lucky because they don't get cavities!
We practiced our phonic skills by reading /ar/ words!
We put our skills to work reading about sharks!
We wrote shark reports!
The dorsal fin is what we see sticking out of the water!
It helps to balance the fish.
The gills help sharks breathe oxygen.
The pectoral fins work like the wings on a plane.
These fins are like steering wheels under water!
The fins help a shark fly under water!
Sharks use their noses to smell.
They can smell a meal up to 3 miles away!
If you petted a shark backward, the skin would feel smooth.
If you petted a shark forward, the skin would feel rough.
Shark skin is covered with denticles.
Denticles are tough pointy scales make like the enamel on our teeth!
Denticles help protect the shark from predators.
Our body skeleton is made of bones.
A shark skeleton is made of cartilage.
Cartilage helps a fish be more flexible.
We have cartilage too!
You can feel cartilage in your ears and at the end of your nose!
THE REAL DEAL!
Look what we found swimming around in our school!!!
SCIENCE FUN WITH FOURTH GRADE!
These soon-to-be second graders gave a silly pose for a cool pic!
They patiently awaited Mrs. Landini's Fourth Grade
Super Science Models!
We watched a Balloon Launch, a Rocket Launch, and an Egg Drop!