Students listened to the stories Where Do Balloons Go and When I Was Little by Jamie Lee Curtis. They responded to the stories by drawing where they thought a balloon could go if they set it free and created a drawing of themselves when they were little. We will work on two more stories with their own unique illustrations next week.
Middle School ART
Students will put the finishing touches on their Aboriginal Animal Paintings.
ART: Pre-K, Kindergarten & 1st Grade
Students color and draw pictures of Mother Mary.
ART: 2nd-8th Grade
Students complete Aboriginal Animal Paintings.
MUSIC: Pre-K, Kindergarten & 1st Grade
Students sing-a-long with Dr. Jean & Friends.
MUSIC 2-4th Grade
Students illustrate musical lyrics.
MUSIC 5-8th Grade
Students complete a review of reading music and musical scales using Brain Pop.
5th grade: Finished weather concepts and took their test on Tuesday. 5th grade hosted the 4th grade students in their science class on Thursday, April 30 where they worked in centers at microscopes reviewing slides and drawing organism diagrams/structures.
6th grade: Finished the weather concepts and took their test on Monday. Wednesday we started their unit on earth, moon and sun movements to discuss phases of the moon and eclipses. By the way Gallatin will be one of the top viewing areas for a total solar eclipse on Aug. 21, 2017 at around 1:30 pm. Watch out for the news crews!!
7th grade: Finished their unit on vertebrate animals and started their unit on organism interactions in symbiotic interactions, biotic and abiotic factors that affect an ecosystem/biome.
8th grade: Students are studying light energy, how it is absorbed, reflected and refracted. Students are studying mirrors and lenses.