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Posted below is a list of resources published by the NC Department of Education in collaboration with the NC Association for the Gifted and Talented. It is a beneficial resource for ALL students.
May 29 - Happy Last Day of School
Though it may not be a traditional last day of school for most, take a moment to celebrate all of the successes you had this year!
May 19 - The Nature of Biodiversity Loss
And....it's National Devil's Food Cake Day! There are lots of good recipes to try out on this rainy Wednesday. Happy Baking!
april 27 - Earth School Begins
Sadly, we will not be meeting in person for the remainder of this year. BUT, as the saying goes, when one door closes another one opens. Welcome to TedED Earth School. Each day from now until the end of the school year, I will post a daily Quest from Earth School. These lessons follow a weekly theme and will give some structure to our activities. Week 1 - The Nature Of Our Stuff
april 23 - Grow veggies from Kitchen Scraps
april 20 - Welcome Back! I hope you had a restful break!
This Wednesday is Earth Day! Let's celebrate the Earth this week, starting with our National Parks. Submit your responses via email.
april 10 - have a safe spring break
Stay active and keep your brain busy. Try some of the activities listed below! I will be back after break with more ideas. Feel free to email a suggestion (or 2) for future posts!
april 9 - Chewy, Fudgy or Cakey Brownies??
Bake on Spring Break, lots and lots of brownies! How do you take the same basic ingredients at turn them in to different types of brownies? (Hint: ratios and chemical changes).
How were they? Send me an email to let me know which type of brownie was your favorite!
april 7 - Assistant Principal Appreciation Week
Create a digital Thank You card and send it to your principal. Google Draw and Adobe Spark are 2 possible tools to help you make these. Email your card to your AP!
April 6 - Face Mask Challenge
Can you upcycle a face mask? Do you sew or have you never picked up a needle and thread? Here's a link to the CDC's directions for making cloth masks to get you started.
Check out Laura's mask below!
april 3 - Field trip friday - Mars
Two links for you today. First explore Mars with the Curiosity Rover. Then check out Virtual 4-H Space Camp's Design a Rover Challenge (Thanks Mrs. Watson for sharing!)
Email your rover and I will add it to the page!
Rover You Can Live In
april 2 - Think about it Thursday
Everyone is WELL aware of the dramatic changes we are experiencing to our everyday lives, but did you know the Earth, as a whole, is experiencing changes, too. Before you check out this short article, write down what you think some changes might be. After you read the article, do some research on one of the changes. It can be one in the article or an entirely different one.
March 26 - Jazz
Merriam-Webster - 1. American music developed especially from ragtime and blues and characterized by propulsive syncopated rhythms, polyphonic ensemble playing, varying degrees of improvisation, and often deliberate distortions of pitch and timbre
Click the link and scroll down to listen: One O'clock Lab Band - University of North Texas
March 25 - Census Activities
This month your family received a letter from the Census Bureau with an online code and invitation to participate in the 2020 Census. What is the 2020 Census? How is this information used? What can YOU learn from the information collected in the 2010 Census? What changes do you think will show up? Do you think more or fewer people will participate this year?