Health—Students learned why foods have nutrition labels and how to read them. Students were very shocked on serving sizes!
Parts of a plant-4th graders had to not only name the part of the plant, but also describe what function each plant part performs.
Science investigation: Which “bird beak” works best for picking up/crushing food— A spoon, clothes pin, or “chop stick” pencils?
Fourth grade just completed their religion chapter on how Jesus’ disciples shared his mission. Today, fourth grade students signed “A Disciple’s Promise” that they will try their best to continue Jesus‘ work.
Red solo cup stack challenge in the STREAM Lab
Students could not touch the cups with any body part and could only use supplies provided.
Pete The Cat
Students created a single cell model from Jell-O and candy. The best part = eating it after recording observations!
STREAM experiment — which shape can hold more weight?
STREAM experiment — How long of a chain can you make from one piece of paper?