We've been keeping very busy with reading, writing, math, art, and wellness activities. We've also made sure to keep all activities in line with the students' current classwork in order to build on the skills they develop during their school day.We hope you have just as much fun checking out our most recent adventures as we had doing them!
A.S.P. kids added their names to the gold coins since they are as good as gold!
Will's idea of what germs look like. This was one of our art activities during the first week of March!
Mikayla, Chloe, and TJ enjoyed playing in the snow after the district received 16" on February 29th!
Kennedy was making snowballs... for an igloo, not for throwing! :)
Luckily, the playground wasn't at all icy so Clara and TJ could hang out on the equipment.
Some students decided to play mummies in their newly-constructed snow fort!
Raegan hanging out in the snow fort
Levi playing in the snow
Sylus and TJ hanging out on one of the larger snow drifts
Primary A.S.P. students worked on the character ed. board, "Planting the Seeds of Success," which is located between the drinking fountains.
We had fun making a snowman together on February 21st! Abby, Mary, Chloe, Clara, Candace, Mallory, Rayna, Ethan, Katrina, Sylus, Levi, Raegan, and Max were all great helpers.
Our best funny faces!
We had fun making it together on one of February's few snowy days!
Grades 2-6 Bulletin Board
Students completed projects based on their books in early February 2012!
Another reading-based craft!
Primary After School Program students celebrated 100 Days of the ASP by imagining what they might look like when they are 100 years old!
Will, age 4, said he thought he would be drooling when he reached 100 years.
Candace, age 5, decided she would still wear makeup when she hit 100.
Raegan, age 5, said she would have floppy arms when she hit 100 years!
Elliot, age 6, said he would have hair only on the sides of his head, "just like grandpa!"
Owen, age 6, said he would be completely bald!
Briar, age 5, said he will have a mohawk when he is 100 years old.
Clara decided she would still wear her heart t-shirt.
Miss Kelsey at 100 years old!
Mackenzi looks forward to big, poofy hair when she reaches 100 years old!
A gorgeous sunset as we left the After School Program on Friday, February 3, 2012.