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Third Grade Dioramas

The third graders have been studying about animals and their habitats.  One of our projects was to choose an animal, research the animal and its habitat.  Then they were to create a diorama to share with the class.  The . . .

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6th Grade Catapult Challenge

Project Based Learning Through Science

article written by Ms. Reba Hestermann

  As a 5th and 6th grade science teacher I am always looking for ways to engage and challenge my students to learn new concepts. In my classroom I use Project Based Learning. With this type of learning the project is framed for . . .

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Bug Eyes

Fourth graders made "bug eyes" during a Distance learning science.  They were learning what it would look like if we had the eyes of a bug.

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Doubles Rap

The first grade has been practicing their math facts with The Doubles Rap!  

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Dot Celebration!

International Dot Day was celebrated in each elementary art class September 10th through September 14th.  Art Students created individual dots that were their own personal creations.  Art students then collaborated to create images . . .

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Elementary Student of the Month

Congratulations to Griffin, the elementary August Student of the Month! In the classroom, Griffin has been respectful, responsible and safe. Griffin works hard to do his best. Griffin listens well in class and has been kind to his . . .

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BlendEd Learning

Diller-Odell is taking part in the Nebraska BlendEd Iniative this year.  Eight classroom teachers across the district have been selected to be Lighthouse teachers for the pilot program and are implementing BlendEd learning . . .

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Mining for Minerals

The fourth graders went mining for minerals using a chocolate chip cookie during a recent Distance Learning Science lesson. The students could not touch the cookie with their hands.  They could only use a . . .

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