Monday message 03.08.2021
Ms. Basty’s 2nd graders had the task of creating a model to represent the area of their choosing. They made clay using flour, salt, and water (as well as other ingredients/materials they chose). Their model needed to be a true representation of the area that they chose to research. Along with that, they were required to label the specific areas in their model and present a speech describing everything they created, the measurements of their models, and their favorite part of the project. They did an amazing job, and we are so proud of their work! They loved it! What kid doesn’t like getting their hands messy?
AV Hybrid Upcoming Events
January 31 – Logo Design Contest ends
February 3 – iSupport Meeting 5-6pm on Zoom
February 8 – Fun Craft Day on Zoom 4-4:30 pm
February 14-18 – Scholastic Book Fair on Campus
February 21 – Presidents’ Day (no school)
February 23, 24 – Kona Ice Days 11:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.
AV Exploration Upcoming Events
Jan 21 End of 1st semester
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