A Different Perspective

A Different Perspective

Every year we have the opportunity to head down to Cape Cod for one of our field trips. It’s always one of our favorite events of the year. We have the chance to wade through tidal pools and a creek. We explore for any organisms we can find, including crabs, starfish...
Reaching for the Stars

Reaching for the Stars

Read the Full Post Below  This post was featured on the Skype Social Good blog. How can I connect concepts my students are learning about to real world experiences? That’s the question that teachers ponder every day. It’s easy to throw a math problem up on the...
Shake, Rattle, and Roll

Shake, Rattle, and Roll

Read the Full Post Below  Within the last few years, you’ve no doubt seen the devastation and destruction that can be caused by earthquakes. New Zealand, Haiti, Japan, China, Chile, and the Philippines are all places that have felt the earth violently...
A View From Above

A View From Above

Back in April, Mr. Avery had traveled out to Arizona as part of a trip for LearnZillion While there, he had the opportunity to experience the Education Innovation Summit. He was able to meet people who run many of the websites and apps that we use such as Edmodo and...
All Shook Up

All Shook Up

We’ve recently been learning all about the layers of Earth. We’ve talked a bit about the theory of plate tectonics and how most earthquakes usually happen along fault boundaries, the place where two tectonic plates meet. Just as we were wrapping up our...
Just a Short Jump

Just a Short Jump

We’ve been learning all about Earth recently. We’ve talked a lot about the different layers of Earth. We’ve talked all about what it’s made of. We’ve talked about the causes of earthquakes and volcanoes. As we wrap that up, we’ll be...

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