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Our first Fall & Winter in 4th Grade

Here are some highlights and happenings from Bronx Delta’s first 4th grade class:

  • Trips to the Museum of Natural History, New York Hall of Science, and Gracie Mansion
  • Narrative, opinion, and informational writing highlighted by personal experiences, claims about issues important to students, and research on the American Revolution
  • Cultural research project culminating with a feast of foods from around the world

Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss! From, 3-205C and 1-204B

Happy Birthday Dr Seuss!  To celebrate his birthday 3-205C and 1-204B got together.  The third graders and the first grade paired up and read some Dr. Seuss books together.  We then did an activity around the book, One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish.  Each group of first and third graders got a handful of colored goldfish.  We graphed them, tallied them, and answered math problems about the goldfish.  Then we got to eat them.  It was a great day!

The Data Collectors of 1-204B!

The first graders are learning all about data and graphing.  As part of this math unit, each student created a question to ask the class.  They went around the room and gathered their data in the form of a tally chart.  Then they used the information from their tally chart to create a pictograph.  Last, they answered questions about their graphs/charts.  They had a great time surveying the class and comparing their data!

Third Grade Puppeteers!

Third graders have worked really hard on studying characters in picture books and writing literary essays about those characters.  To celebrate our hard work we created puppets of our characters.  We then had mini puppet shows!  We acted out our characters to little groups and we gave each others characters “advice”.  We had a great time meeting and learning about each others characters!