Students are working hard here at Maayan. They have been working on complex, multi-step problems and projects. Across all classrooms, different styles and types of learning are happening, and students are really showing pride in their work. Students have such enthusiasm for learning, and it makes Maayan a great place to be.
In Tipot, students went over the days of the week during circle time.
In Geshem, students had jobs to hand out materials and sang together. They also did puzzles together and fine motor activities.
In Mayim, students used toys to act out the Parsha of the week during circle time.
In Mrs. Shenk’s class, students had free play centered around the Aleph Bet.
In Mrs. Gore’s class, students are taking their time with their writing. They are even writing detailed stories with illustrations in their journals.
In Mrs. Kalter’s class, students are working on their Torah Fair projects. They have done research and are now working in groups to make their presentation boards. Students are also writing scripts about what they should each say when they present their information. They are really putting forth quality work.
In Mrs. Bagley’s class, students are working on addition with regrouping, making sure to line the digits up correctly and make sure they find what word problems are really asking for before beginning to solve.
In Rabbi Kalter’s class, students translated different lines and then were able to retell lines of the story and talk about what that really means.
In Mrs. Depew’s class, students are working on research papers about famous explorers of North America. Students are doing the research and writing five-paragraph papers about the explorer that they chosen. They will then be making display boards to go along with their research.
In Dr. B.’s class, the girls are working on their book projects. They are making projects representing their book and writing summaries about the plot line of the book.
In Mr. Wilson’s class, the girls have been learning new vocabulary and conducting experiments all about light and how it works.
In Mrs. Skolnik’s class, students are working on their Torah Fair projects, taking the time to individually make letters and details for their projects. They are doing a great job!
In Rabbi Skolnik’s class, the boys are working on their Torah Fair projects. They have begun making an outline for their projects and presentations.
The Yachad boys are working on physical science and different forms of energy. They are making slide shows to display how these types of energy are used and work.
Happy belated birthday to Ella!