|2nd graders add on to others lego creations|
|Second graders get creative at the Make-It station|
|Mrs. Lambert's third grade class is very creative!|
|Fourth graders work together and learn how to use the Cubelets|
|Third grader programs the bluebot around the board.|
|Third grader, Alexis programs the bluebot to find lots of letters.|
Station five was the Osmo Station. Students could use the two Osmo devices and got to decide which game they wanted to use. The Osmo games that they could choose from helped them with their art skills on Masterpiece, learning about science with Newton, learning about math with Numbers, their spelling with the Words game, learning about being creative with the Monster game, working with shapes with Tangrams, or how to code with the Coding game. This was the first time they had tried out the coding game and many students enjoyed that one the most.
|Third graders playing the Numbers game on the Osmo.|
|2nd graders helping one another on the Osmo devices.|
Station six was the Make-Do Station. At the Make-Do Station students got to be creative with cardboard. The make-do's are plastic screws, screwdrivers, saw, and hole puncher that students can use to attach a variety of cardboard pieces together to make something. Students made things like doll houses, a house for rats and mice, instruments, and devices to hold school supplies. Every time we have this station we get new and different things created by the students.
|Jordyn C works on creating with the Make-Do supplies.|
|2nd graders love to create with cardboard!|
The last station that the kids could do was a Kindness station. Since it is Veterans Day on Friday the students could select from a bunch of Veterans Day cards, letters, posters, to decorate and give out to Veterans that they know around the community or in their family.
|Fourth graders make cards for Veterans.|