This year for STEAM and Art, we hope to have “Specials To Go Kits.” Students will bring their bags with their supplies in them to avoid sharing materials. This eliminates the need to clean supplies used after each class, in order to maximize learning time. We would like students to have these items in a ziploc bag serving as a “to go kit” for specials classes. These supplies will be kept in each student’s desk/cubby.
Specials To Go Kit
1 Gallon size ziploc bag with your child’s name and class labeled on the outside
2 Glue Sticks
24 color crayon box
Hand held pencil sharpener
Black Sharpie permanent marker
…to your class blog for the 2020-2021 school year!
It’s August, which can only mean one thing; it’s time for school! I am super excited to get back in the classroom and spend my days with this special group of fourth graders! 🙂
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It’s going to be an amazing year! I am really looking forward to getting started on Monday!
you, Georgetown Parents and Caregivers! Thank you SO much for teaming with us on this online learning adventure! We would not be able to do it without you! 🙂
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let’s go! It may be time for some of you to get “out and about” again. Here are a few places you can visit…without leaving your home:
Zoos & Aquariums: You can explore the Monterey Bay Aquarium, the Panda Cam at Zoo Atlanta, animal cams at Houston Zoo, and the Georgia Aquarium.
Virtual Farm Tour: Farm Food 360 offers 11 virtual tours from apple orchards to pig farms.
U.S. Space and Rocket Museum: Take a trip to Huntsville, AL and see the Saturn 5 Rocket and the U.S. Space and Rocket Museum in this YouTube video tour.
Have fun! 🙂