Fifth grade had so much fun using their imagination to create models of an animal cell this past Thursday! Everything from food to golf balls to pasta to toys were used to create these colorful creations.
We are reading “Rope Burn” right now in reading. This story is about a boy who learns to climb a rope with the help from a friend who has a tree house. We discussed narrative story structure and how conflict and resolution add interest to the story through the plot events and the climax.
During school on Friday, September 27, all the students will be able to create their own smaller version of a tree house. Today in reading, Mrs. Eckroat talked to the students about the supplies that can be brought in for the students to use to make their tree houses.
Please have your child look for supplies around the house that he/she can use to create this tree house…..shoe boxes, cereal boxes, popsicle sticks, etc….have them get creative! They can bring craft or wood glue into school as well. We are also okay if hot glue guns are brought in, but we ask that you write a note saying that it is okay for your child to use one.
Please keep in mind that this should be a tree house that can be created in about an hour and a half.
We do not want students feeling that they need to buy things for this tree house, and we do not want them making the tree house at home. It will be an afternoon of creativity and fun in fifth grade!
Students may begin bringing their supplies into school starting on Monday. Any questions, please feel free to reach out to Mrs. Eckroat ( firstname.lastname@example.org ).
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