Our fourth graders recently visited the Ancient Life Museum at Thanksgiving Point to learn more about fossils. In science this year, we have learned about fossils in Utah. We took a visit to the museum to put our knowledge to the test. We got to explore the museum and learn about fossils found in Utah. We had a classroom experience where our guide taught us how to observe fossils. We got a hands on experience by looking and sorting fossils that have been found in Utah. Students came back tired but they had so much fun!
Our fifth graders visited the Utah State Capitol Building this week. First we met with Representative Whyte who talked to us about the Capitol building and his job there. He answered some students questions too! Then we were invited to sit in the balcony at the legislative session and our school was recognized. Very cool!
Check out the video of these fifth graders being recognized here: https://youtube.com/shorts/Cwp8KuqQet4
Top TEN Tips for Raising Children with Special Needs
Thursday, February 9, 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
This class will go over parenting tips specific for parents of children with disabilities, including:
Grief with a new diagnosis or challenge
Dealing with crisis
Parenting Techniques that work
Advocating for your child
Controlling your level of stress
Dealing with unwanted advice
Having laughter and hope in the journey
Our fifth graders are learning to add and subtract decimals by ordering food from our menus and then figuring the total.
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