Sometimes we have whole days where great things happen! Last Friday was just one of those days. 🙂
It started in the morning when we got to visit the 5th Grade Black History Museum. For the past few years, 5th grade has done a project to research famous black Americans and then share their findings with the rest of us. This year it was extra special for our class because we have LOTS of 5th grade siblings.
It started with an introduction by a few 5th grade greeters and a giant sign:
Then we were able to walk quietly through the museum and learn about the exhibits from the 5th grade historians.
When we returned, we recorded some of our learning in Seesaw to share with each other and our families. We were excited to notice that some of the people we heard about in the museum were not new to us, as we’ve been doing lots of reading of our own, including a great book I’ll share more about later, called 28 Days.
Later on in the afternoon, we got to show off our baking skills (which we first honed making pumpkin pie, remember?) as we made brownies to share with families in the Robinson Food Pantry which was open that evening. All of the first grades baked a treat, which was accompanied by a sweet note.
See? A fabulous first grade Friday! 🙂
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