• Symmetry at Work

    Students enjoyed coloring a design to show symmetry. The task required students to color the mosaic to be symmetrical from any view. The results are beautiful! by Serenity and Alyssa

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  • Individual Science Fair Example

    This is an example of an AVERAGE individual science fair project. Use this and the rubric available on the Instructional Resources link on the left.

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  • Fractions and Decimals

    Students work in a small group to explore how fractions and decimals are equivalent. The results were educational and yummy.

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  • Life Cycle of a Mealworm

    Yes, we have mealworms as class pets. Students created a mealworm life cycle to support our live observations. These observations continued for several weeks.

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  • Notes are Neat

    In 4th grade we take notes for all subjects. Taking notes in all subjects helps our understanding of vocabulary. These are a few examples of what our notes look like. Student's notes may be copied from the teacher's examples or, hopefully, in their own words. This aids in full and long term memory.

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  • Class Science Fair Project

    This was science fair project that was completed as a class. Students learned that you don't have to spend big bucks on batteries! Most importantly, students learned the scientific process so they could successfully complete their individual science fair project.

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