Students in Mrs. Chang and Ms. Gardeazabal's class embarked on two virtual field trips to Cuba and Ecuador to learn about each country's culture. After scanning their US Passports and boarding passes, they toured each country and learned about its geography, food, and music. Students concluded each trip with hands-on exploration of artifacts from each country. Refer to the pictures attached to view several of the Cuban and Ecuadorian artifacts explored. … [Read more...] about Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month
The students at Washington School participated in the Week of Respect. Students learned how to respect others, themselves, their school, diversity, and the environment.… [Read more...] about Week of Respect
Ms. Dabakian’s second-grade students at Washington School wrote letters describing their opinions about their favorite books. Then they created “Book Review Posters,” which they shared during their Opinion Writing Celebration. … [Read more...] about Book Review Posters
Ms. Rossiter's 2nd grade class learned about properties of matter by creating hats out of everyday materials. … [Read more...] about Matter Matters!
Students in Mrs. Chang and Ms. Gardeazabal’s class held a Thanksgiving Day "parade" in their classroom. Students learned about the history of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade by reading “Balloons Over Broadway” by Melissa Sweet. Students then created their own "floats" to mimic the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Check out their creative ideas! … [Read more...] about Thanksgiving “Parade” in Grade 3 Washington School