Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Show Time - 
Here are some amazing pictures from the 2nd-4th grade camera class. 
They are learning the rule of thirds and how to capture ECUs. Enjoy the pictures!



Monday, October 22, 2012

Cardboard Chairs

The only two materials that were used in this project were duct tape and cardboard.
Project objective : design and create a chair using only cardboard and duct tape that will hold Miss Williams.

Monday, October 1, 2012

Special Class

Did you know that the sun can cause a leaf to burn? Mr. Hill conducted a special class with the 6th grade and showed them how this works.

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Model Bridge Project

To Get to the Other Side - Bridges

Driving Question:

How can we design and create the best type of bridge that can cross the Puyallup river? 

Stage 1 - Research 

Step 1 - Pick a Topic: 
  • History of Bridges
  • Main Types of Bridges and their Uses
  • Famous Bridges
  • Different Types of Truss Bridges 

Step 2 - PowerPoint Presentation: Once your group has your topic you can start your research. Each PowerPoint presentation should include the follow:
  • Title page
  • 4-6 slides - main points
  • Picture as the background
  • 5-10 min. 

Step 3 - Present your PowerPoint. Make sure you have enough information to orally expound on your main points. 

Step 4 - Using the information learned from the presentations, pick the best type of bridge for your project! 

Resource List: Here are some resources to help you start your presentations. 

Friday, March 16, 2012

Fifth Jonah

This video was made by the Fifth Grade boys! Enjoy

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Technology Class

Sound Design

While we were making our dramatized Narnia project we experimented with many different sounds. We used coconut shells to make the sound of hooves. We also made the sound of thunder and arrows. We used rice to make rain, and found that you can use your own body to make amazing sounds. We discovered you can make more sounds with your mouth then you realize. We had a heap of fun.  We even used cereal, a belt, and a cookie sheet.
Thank you for listening to our dramatized Narnia.

Posted By the 5th grade