Little Britain students get creative

Little Britain students get creative

Second grade students worked on creating informational books on topics they are experts in. They focused on adding details to show they were true experts on their topic. They taught not only with their words, but their pictures too!

Three students sit at desk and smile at camera.

Second grade students also conducted an investigation where they explored how canyons, landslides and erosion happens. Next investigation, they will discover ways they can slow them down! 

In the Science 21 learning experience, fourth grade students learned about energy. These hands-on activities highlighted the relationship between speed of an object and the energy. The students were able to witness the cause and effect of when the angle of the incline was changed in relation to how far the matchbox car would move.  

Students sit in hallway and measure.
Students line the hallways with rulers and papers.
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