Black History Month Green Screens – 3rd Grade

Parette’s Class

Crouch’s Class

Hayes’ Class

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I Will Never Get a Star on Mrs. Benson’s Blackboard…

1st graders are reading this story at library this week.  The main character thinks she’ll never earn a star in class, but it turns out that she has a remarkable talent that her teacher totally recognizes!  1st graders are illustrating something that each of them are really good at.  Watch these green screen class videos to see their lovely illustrations and hear them describe their talents…

Mrs. Alderson’s Class sharing about their strengths.

Mr. Carman’s Class  – here’s what we know we are REALLY good at…

Ms. Coulter’s Class – our strengths!

Bradley’s Class – green screen video, students describing their strengths

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New Years Resolutions

Hayes’Class

Parette’s Class

Crouch’s Class

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Stop Motion Project

We are going “tinker” around a bit with Stop Motion video at the library!  Here’s a fun sample video…      And here’s a follow up project, after these boys tried the first time, went back to make a few changes, and came up with the final project…

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4th graders recite…Twas the Night Before Christmas!

Mrs. H’s Class…

Mrs. Sullivan’s Class

Mr. Griesse’s Class

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Book Fair is Coming!!!

The week of November 6 – November 10th.  Click this link for a cute video...

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“When Schools Overlook Introverts”

Interesting article from The Atlantic, written by Michael Godsey.

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Taking care of books…

How can we take good care of our precious books?

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Summer Reading at Public Library!!!!

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The Fayetteville Public Library has a wonderful and strong reading program for our Root Rockets to participate in!  Let’s keep reading and exploring all summer long!  Learn more about the program, the rewards, the reading logs, and the fun summer programming at http://www.faylib.org.

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