The students completed their last building project by working together in a group and building a bridge out of popsicle sticks. Their bridge had to be at least 30 cm long and 10 cm wide. They all did an exceptional job and some of the bridges were able to hold 2 or even 3 dictionaries! Wow!
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We completed our last building project by making stools out of newspaper. Students were in small groups, rolled, and taped newspapers to make cylindrical pillars. Then they took 10-11 pillars and taped them together. Finally, they wrapped their stools with newspaper. Each students was able to successfully sit on their stools!
Bricks 4 Kidz came to our classroom today and we had the challenge of building a Suspension Bridge. We used our schema from our Testing and Building with Materials unit in Science, so our bridges had strong foundations. Excellent building 3L!
The students created musical instruments at home as their final project to our Hearing and Sound Unit. We enjoyed listening to different instruments and figuring out low, medium, and high pitches, as well as loud and quiet sounds. Great imaginations Grade 3’s!
We enjoyed teaching Mrs. Sorensen’s morning Kindergarten class how to use the Chromebooks. We were so impressed by their ability to click and drag items using the Chromebooks’ unique mouse!
We synergized in groups to build creative, balancing animals using recycled material, hot glue, and construction paper.
Grade 3’s, your challenge is to tell me what your group did to make your animal balance. Did you use a particular shape?
During our Building Unit in Science we built stools by folding, rolling, and taping newspaper to make cylindrical pillars. Once we had about 10 pillars we taped them together and wrapped all the pillars with 2 pieces of newspaper. We had a blast testing our stools to see if they would hold our weight or not.