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Students worked hard and were great teammates this week in Math Class! They helped create snack packs which included apples and trail mix.
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Ms. Mitchell's 5th grade social studies classes are celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month!
In Mrs. McQueary's 5th grade math class we practice our estimation skills with an online estimation game called Estimation 180.
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Crawford Woods 6th graders in Mrs. Stoffel’s class are working on their summarizing skills as they read a “just right” book.
5th Grade math is working on adding and subtracting decimals in small intervention groups!
6th graders in Mrs. Johnson’s class completed a science experiment to see how different liquids effected the length of gummy bears.
4th grade has been working on building a strong classroom community and learning environment. They worked with partners to make classroom rules posters. Students also learned all about empathy and how to show it!
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School supply lists for the 2021-2022 school year, please bring all supplies in on the first day of school.
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On the final day of the Exploring Words Summer Camp for our English Learners, Denise Lepe Perkins was honored with the 2021 Ohio TESOL Lifetime Achievement Award. Her impact on the Middletown and Hamilton Communities is simply immeasurable.
6th-grade students were asked to complete review questions. For every 5 correct answers, they got to compete in a Minute to Win it Game! Students loved cup stacking, balloon bowling, and building marshmallow towers. They worked really hard and showed so many skills during the review and the games!
Crawford Woods staff write Paws-itive Office Referrals for students demonstrating respect, responsibility, and honesty. Students are acknowledged during morning announcements, and they come to the office to receive their referral and a treat from Ms. Conrad’s office.
The second graders in Mrs. Elleman’s class have been working on an Animal Research Project! We started out by choosing an animal that we are unfamiliar with. Students had to use library books, and articles to learn about their animals' diet, habitat, and many other interesting facts! We accumulated all of our research into a Lapbook/Research paper!
During Title I reading group the students were writing about what makes a good friend. The student gave examples of why Duck and Frog were good friends in the story.
First grade students in Ms. Leighton’s classroom have been working on informative writing about elephants. To get excited for this new writing unit and to learn a little bit more about the animal, the class read books and watched educational videos all about elephants!
Kindergarten students in Mrs. Allison’s class used their math skills to count and graph colored gold fish! Students also discovered which color goldfish had the most and the fewest amount!
Students are playing both pizzicato (plucking the string) and arco (with the bow). Students are learning both string and band instruments this year during their assigned quarter for music.
4th graders are learning how to identify the main idea in a text and find its supporting details! They are working hard to go back within the text to pull text evidence to support their thinking!
Students in computer lab are competing in a digital checkers tournament for the next few weeks!
Fifth grade students in Ms.Mitchell's classes are celebrating African-American History Month! The students are learning about various people that have impacted history in the United States, as well as across the world.
4th graders in Mr. Conner's room have been working on sleuthing out the Main Idea of Informational Texts! What is the text MOSTLY about? Be sure to check the Title, Pictures, and the beginning and end of the text!
Students in ESL are working on individual goals in reading, writing, speaking and listening. Each student has chosen a specific goal and is working to improve by choosing from a list of resources and activities.
Students in Kindergarten-Third grade are invited to participate in our One Book, One School event taking place during the month of March!
Mrs. Meadows Kindergarten Class has been reading fiction and nonfiction books about Penguins. After learning interesting facts about Penguins, students are writing and illustrating their own fact book about penguins.
The older students were preforming for the younger student, meanwhile a book was read out loud. It was a very fun way to learn new vocabulary for both groups. Our newcomer student got a chance to practice their Holiday vocabulary and color names by listening and speaking.
The students in Mrs. Buelter's 3rd grade class wrote four-paragraph essays about being trapped in a snow globe.
This week Ms. Milders has been working one-on-one with students to practice identifying uppercase and lowercase letters, sorting colors, and counting objects. Students are eager to practice these skills when it includes manipulatives and fun games!
3rd grade students are working on striking with an implement, using hockey sticks as they play a game that focusses on proper grip of the stick, and striking an object with an implement in their hand.
Students in Mrs. Schenk's 3rd-grade class are applying what they have learned about main idea, supporting details, and using descriptive language to create a multi-paragraph essay about being trapped in a snow globe.
Fifth grade students learn how to use music production software in Mr. McIntosh's music class.
On January 4th, Crawford Woods 6th graders in Mrs. Stoffel’s class are working on their argumentative writing skills. This is a new concept that they will be working on for the next few weeks.
Mrs. Demmer's students are practicing comma placement in sentences using elbow macaroni to represent the commas.