Here is a teaser photo...more will be coming! We had the most amazing day at the Cormier Youth Center today with our fourth graders. We were conducting a superhero training course, in which students were learning about the character traits of a superhero or role model as they prepare to be the oldest children in the school that everyone else looks up to next year. They were so engaged and excited about being at the Youth Center and we can't wait to show more pictures!
Monday, January 2, 2017
Wednesday, June 15, 2016
Monday, June 13, 2016
Look at this dapper Principal for the Day! Sam and I had the most wonderful day, but he was definitely exhausted. We conducted security checks, announced extra recess, did bus notes, answered phones, planned an assembly, did learning walks and more. He did a wonderful job and is ready for the job himself ASAP!
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Cape Cod artist Neal Nichols carries the world in his head and he brought it to Steward School today! For years, Neal has devoted his life to world travel. In 1992, his travels, combined with his artistic abilities and photographic memory, led to the creation of The Geography Gameshow. This is an interactive learning experience which captivated our students today!
With a marker, some paper, and a few souvenirs from his world travels, Nichols engaged in a whirlwind game show demonstration by drawing maps of the world, the US and the state of Massachusetts in a few moments from memory and then quizzing the students on the locations of various countries, cities, and geographical features.
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Thursday, June 2, 2016
The children recently had a visit from The Discovery Museum in Acton. The 3rd graders participate in experiments to reinforce their understanding about the role of temperature, humidity, air pressure and the water cycle in making weather. They also learned about weather instruments and information that can be found from these devices.
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Sunday, May 29, 2016
As we near the end of school, it is important to remember our bus rules, especially during field trip time. Some of our second graders helped me to simulate a bus ride and everyone paid attention to the moving chicken as the driver had to "turn around" when she became distracted. Great job role playing second graders!!
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