Sunday, March 4, 2018

Dr Seuss Week

Thank you to all our special readers who came to read to our class this week. You  are spectacular!!

Thank you Ann Howarth. We enjoyed listening and even acting out the story "Five Little Monkeys"! You did a great job!! 

Thank you Mr. Tyler, one of our DSU baseball players, who came to read "One Fish, Two Fish, Red Gish, Blue Fish" 

Mrs. O'Neal's sixth graders did an incredible job!! We appreciate each and every one of you!! 

Please visit our PDS Book Fair March 5th - 8th. We have a great selection of books for kids and adults. 

Friday, February 9, 2018

Penguins, Penguins Everywhere!

This week we traveled to the continent of Antarctica. We learned that noone lives there, however, there are scientists who work there. There are many animals that call Antarctica home: whales, seals, and penguins. We discover from our experiment that blubber helps these animals stay warm. We also learned many interesting facts about penguins. 
Wonderful and unique creations!

Science Experiment: Will blubber help you stay warm in cold water. Our hypotheses was mixed: 9 yes, 7 no. 

Emperor Penguins can grow to 47" tall. 
Are you taller than an Emperor Penguin?

We were also glad to welcome one if our own DSU football players to our classroom. He read "Snowmen at Night"! Thank you Mr. Cody! You did a great job!!