Tracy Hewitt

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States of Matter

January9

We are studying the 3 states of matter in Science- solid, liquid, and gas. We are discussing the properties of these three states of matter that are observable and measurable. Today, students made plates to represent each of the states. They used marshmellows to represent the molecules in each of the states. They described the […]

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Holiday Fun!

November20

We have had some fun activities in class to get ready for the holidays. We had a Thanksgiving feast with our book buddies! It was a blast. We made ornaments for a little tree to give to people that are in the hospital or without family for the holidays. Students were creative, excited, and engaged […]

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We Voted!

November7

Today, we voted for mayor of Asheville. We learned about the platforms of each candidate, registered to vote, and voted in “voting booths”. They got “future voter” stickers when they finished voting. The students were excited and engaged. I will let everyone know who won once we find out the results from the real election.

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Discovery Place!

November7

Discovery Place was such a blast! Here are some pictures to prove it: We explored the museum, went to an imax on the Amazon Rainforest, and took a class on states of matter (our next Science unit). Students LOVED the part of the museum called “cool things”. In this area, they got to lie on […]

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Perimeter and Area

November2

We just started a new unit of perimeter and area! Yesterday, we discussed measurement. We walked around the room, measuring objects to find things that are a centimeter, a foot, an inch, and a meter/ yard (they were pretty excited about the meter sticks!). Champions got creative, and found out that most of their calves […]

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A Few Highlights

October26

This week we have worked on:   Word Problems! Students worked with partners to answer 2 step word problems that I posted around the room. They are challenging, but fun!     Skeleton Posters Students worked in small groups to create a skeleton poster. The posters include information about the skeletal and muscular systems, skin, […]

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Guest Speaker on Skeletal System

October19

We had a guest speaker visit us today- Brent Myers! We were so lucky to have him speak to the whole grade level about bones and muscles. We are currently studying human body systems. It was a fun, engaging, and educational morning. Some highlights: We learned about nerves in the spinal chord We saw how […]

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Culture Presentations

October3

Champions did an AMAZING job with their culture projects. Thank you for supporting them with this! I could tell that they were really excited to share what they did, and to hear what their classmates explored and learned about the culture they studied. Each student showed and explained their project to the class. We ate […]

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Character Bags

September27

We made character bags to demonstrate character traits from our class read aloud “The Stories Julian Tells” by Ann Cameron. Students picked objects to represent one of the three main characters from the story (Julian, Huey, Dad). They also picked adjectives to describe these characters that went along with the objects. Example: Object: Catalog, Julian is imaginative because […]

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Presenting Brer Rabbit to our Book Buddies

September22

What a fun and busy week! On Wednesday, we presented our play “Brer Rabbit” to our book buddies! The students worked hard getting props ready and practicing their lines. It was a great chance for them to practice speaking in front of people and brush up on those fluency skills. Fluency is the ability to […]

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