On March 7th, 2019, both Pre-K Classes went to Marbles Kids Museum in Raleigh. Students explored different exhibits and worked on social skills. They played in the Around Town exhibit and worked as veterinarians, fire fighters and also worked the farm. They also went to the Moneypalooze exhibit and worked on counting and sharing. It was a fun learning experience for the Pre-K kids!
ART - 2nd Grade
Second Grade is starting to learn about the Rainforest Biome in Ms. Carter’s Art class. Students have been talking about the trees and animals within this environment. Students are working on a painting of a banyan tree which is one of the many plants found in tropical rainforests. These trees grow shallow, widespread roots in order to absorb the most nutrients. As the banyan tree grows, its branches send down ‘aerial roots’ which then connect to the ground, root themselves and become additional support for the tree.