Our Family Science Night will kick off this years Science Fair. Our kindergarten-fourth grade teachers will again work with their students to create a class project. An individual Science Fair project will be a requirement for fifth and sixth grade students. Parents of students in Grades 5-6 will receive Science Fair guidelines from their childs classroom teacher after our Science Fair. A letter explaining the guidelines for the Science Fair will be sent home to each 5th and 6th grade student after Family Science Night.
Here are some stories you and your child can enjoy together!
Jack the Builder by Stuart Murphy is like one big math lesson. Your child will learn addition as he sees what Jack can build with just one more block.
Eye Wonder: Space by Carole Stott is a great introduction to planets, stars, and more. Your child may get hooked on space after reading the detailed information and looking at the photographs.
Babushkas Doll by Patricia Polacco is a story about a girl who needs some practice learning patience. This magical story begins when the little girl picks up her grandmothers doll.
The Boxcar Children Cookbook by Diane Blain gives simple recipes for foods eaten by the Alden children during their adventures.
Retrieved from Math & Science Connection