Category Archives: Science
Today a special traveling teacher from the Denver Museum of Nature and Science visited our school. Â Daniella taught all of the 4th grade students about rockets. Â We were fortunate to have this opportunity thanks to a special learning grant that … Continue reading
After a few days with rain it was absolutely refreshing to spend a day at Miller Farms. Â Our students had such a great time learning about various forms of produce available in Colorado. Â Agriculture is a HUGE part of our … Continue reading
Today students enjoyed an amazing day of hands on science learning. Â We visited Colorado State University’s Little Shop of Physics. Â Ask about what we learned and explored.
Our day at Miller Farms was full of brand new learning opportunities. Â Some students discovered that vegetables grow underground, as they dug up carrots. Â Other students had never seen a pumpkin growing on the vine. Â Most of our produce purchases … Continue reading
Do you know how to make a compass? Â Ask your local 4th grade student and they can share the details. Â Today students had a fantastic opportunity to make a compass from household items such as a jar, a needle, a … Continue reading
We have some very strong hikers in our class. Â Students were able to discover and learn about rocks and sandstone formation during our morning at the Devil’s Backbone.Â Later during the afternoon, the thunderstorm held of long enough for students to … Continue reading
The Bear Game was a great opportunity to learn outdoors. Â Students got into “den groups”. Â Each group representing one bear in nature. Â All four of the bears involved had specific details that affected their ability to collect food (popsicle sticks). … Continue reading