Monthly Archives: December 2014

Foil Art Super Nova in the Glass Case

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Pendulum Painting with students in Mr. Posts Class

Students and the adult had fun with learning about pendulums and how they are in the gym and in the games we play. Many thanks to Mark, Nick and Ray for trouble shooting the rope to the basketball hoops.

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Painting with Light with the 4th graders of Ms. Rotwin

Thanks to many donors from Lewis and across the country our Painting with Light activity had new light up soccer balls to make for green fun.  After students had a chance to practice their fundamental basketball skills of dribbling, shooting … Continue reading

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New Tetherball

Today some of the younger students enjoyed Tetherball in the gym.  With all the pendulum painting Tetherball, and the way it hangs from the pole looks like a “bob,” seems to be the perfect game to explore next.

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Kids running like mice.

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Painting with Light Thursday December 3rd

The trouble started with the camera showed an error message and would not take a photo. I so wanted to get some good photos for our last painting with light class yet stuck with “technical difficulties.” With no chance to … Continue reading

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What is Kinetic Energy?

With our new Jump Ropes that light up the kids have had questions about what makes them run.  This has sparked a conversation about Kinetic Energy.  I had to look this up to remember.  I thought others might be interested … Continue reading

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