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Silly Putty Experiment

This is our Silly Putty experiment. We mixed corn starch with water and then added food coloring at the end. The silly putty was very messy. Click here to watch my latest lesson about my Silly Putty Experiment

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Service Learning

For a few weeks, fourth and fifth grade classes created simple learning tools and games for a school in Bali that our teachers, Mr. And Mrs. Huiet, went to visit. We created word searches and puzzles and posters and games for the students. The hard part was not making it to hard. We had to […]

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Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King, Jr.

On Monday, Dec. 9, the whole fifth grade came together and learned about discrimination. First, we went into a circle, and then, Mrs. Huiet told the people who are born in January through June form a circle, and then they would get extra recess. We all shared our thoughts and feelings about what we did, […]

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Walkathon-The Sun Will Rise Again

On Friday, Nov. 29, Elementary STUCO put together a Walkathon, to raise money for the Philipines. It was a big success, raising about 13,000 RMB or 2000 dollars. We used the money to buy generators and other things. Grades from ECLC to Grade 5 participated in this event. Even parents joined! Everyone donated money. The […]

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Today is Thanksgiving! I really love Thanksgiving. Its a day to be thankful for everything you have and to give thanks to other people. ┬áToday, I am thankful for everything I have. I am thankful for all my friends, who are super funny all the time. I am thankful for my family, for caring for […]

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Wacky Wednesday

This Wednesday was awesome! It was fun to see everyone dress up. Wacky hair, wacky clothes, and wacky wigs. I was dressed really wierd,with weird glasses and really high jeans. A lot of students were funny. Wednesday was fun and I wish it could happen again!   What did you do for Wacky Wednesday?

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