A Glimpse into Lower Elementary’s Work Period

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Students in Lower Elementary have been delving deeper into the Albanesi Mathematics Curriculum over the past week, as well as continuing their work with Ingrid on growing their own succulent plants. We’ve also been working hard on time management skills, helping students strike a productive balance between items on their Work Plan (like the Albanesi Mathematics cards, as well as the Tree Puzzle that you can see above which involves matching a tree with its corresponding leaves and seeds) and other, optional activities in the classroom, such as drawing, reading, and completing word search puzzles.

This is just a small glimpse into the works that our students have been completing recently; you should be seeing some other work coming home in their bags!

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