Mrs. Pollock’s Guidance classes in third and fourth grade at Glenvar have been role playing bullying situations by using the app Sock Puppets. In Third Grade, they practiced different strategies to get out of a bullying situation. In Fourth Grade, they practiced the importance of bystanders. Here are a few of their videos below:
Students in Mrs. Schirmer’s Fourth Grade reading class have been learning about the Iditarod. While the event started on Saturday, they’ve spent the past few weeks reading books and researching information about it. As part of their research, they created Musher Trading Cards using the Trading Cards iPad app by Read, Write, Think (you could […]
Students in Ms. Barger’s fourth grade class just finished a huge unit on Famous Americans. As part of a STEM activity, students were responsible for writing a speech about a Famous American. They also had to create a poster to use in their speech with a pop-up and movable part. As students were given speeches, […]
Students in Mrs. Osburn’s writing classes introduced their new class blogs with high tech snowmen! They created snowmen based on the book, Snowmen At Night, and wrote short blog posts about them. Then, they created QR Codes to attach to their snowmen. When parents came for the 5th Grade Music program, they were able to […]
Mrs. Chamberland’s Social Studies class is studying Diversity. This past week, they used the iPad app, Pic Collage, to create digital posters showing what diversity in the United States look like. Here was their challenge: Create a Pic Collage that helps show what diversity in Virginia looks like. Include pictures and words. You must have […]
Mrs. Chamberland’s class participated in the great O.R.E.O. Project this year! These second graders used their estimation, counting, and graphing skills during this project. They submitted their results online, and compared the number of oreos they stacked with people all over the world! Take a look at an example graph they made in Excel!
Second Graders at Glenvar Elementary just completed their annual Animal Research Project. They researched animals using a google custom search and created powerpoints about them! Check out their work below!
Need to know how to create a sock worm? Or banana split milkshakes? What about a pillow, potato woman, hamburger, or a friendship bracelet. Students in Mrs. Devlin’s class created videos to show you how! In this project, they wrote step by step directions on storyboards, took pictures with digital camearas, and used photostory to […]