September 2017

Beaver Pelt Trading Day For 4th Grade

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Today has been a busy day at East Meadows!

Our 4th grade students earned "Beaver Pelts" for good behavior, participation, and being kind. They were then able to trade the "pelts" for goods. Each students brought some items they wanted to trade with others.  They had a great time learning about the Mountain Men and how they lived and survived back in the day.

Picture Day Tomorrow September 26th

Don't forget that we are having picture day tomorrow!

Preschool or other siblings are invited to come from 1:00-1:30. We have extra picture packets in the office if you need one.

We want every students to get their picture taken even if you are not purchasing a packet!

4th Grade Mountain Man Visit

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The 4th grade students have been studying about the Mountain Men that use to live in our area. 

We were so lucky to have a "Mountain Man" come and visit the students today. He talked about how they traded furs for goods. The students loved learning about their ways.

 

Johnny Appleseed

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On Friday September 22nd, Kindergarten  and 1st Grade had a surprise visit from Johnny Appleseed!

The Students celebrated apples by doing many fun activities revolving around apples. The students even made applesauce and ended the day by eating it! YUM:)

4th Grade Field Trip To Camp Floyd

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Our 4th grade students had a great time at Camp Floyd in Fairfield.

They learned about the Pony Express, how to make candles and bricks. They were taught what it was like to have a military drill.

There was a Pioneer school house there and the students enjoyed seeing what it was like to attend school back in the day.

It was a beautiful day and the students had a great time! We have awesome students and staff at East Meadows!

 

5th Grade Colonial Day

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Our 5th grades students had Colonial Day last Friday. They had different stations they went to and learned so many fun things. 

They made "Jonny Cakes"  made candles and played Colonial games. They also learned a Colonial Dance. 

The students had so much fun! They love Colonial Day!

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