February Open House

Each year we try and find ways for children to show and share the work done in the classroom. Bringing home finished products is one way for you to see the work they do, but because process and the concrete materials often remains in the classroom we feel like there is more for you to see.

An open house occurred on February 4, allowing each child to show specifically what they are working on right now in any of the disciplines. Example work included answering questions in math, working in language, using the materials we have for French, or reviewing the research work being done in the other cultural subjects such as history, biology, geometry, or geography.

Using beads to visualize division.
Using beads to visualize division.
Teamwork to make math more fun and enjoyable!
Teamwork to make math more fun and enjoyable!
A pegboard used to visualize Binomial and Trinomial multiplication.
A pegboard used to visualize Binomial and Trinomial multiplication.
Accompanying long hand Binomial and Trinomial multiplication.
Accompanying long hand Binomial and Trinomial multiplication.