Wednesday, April 27, 2016

5th Graders Experiment with Sound and Pitch

5th Graders Experiment with Sound and Pitch.

Students experimented today with sound using tuning pitch forks and making predictions about sound and pitch. Then we wondered what kind of sound and pitch would these big bowls make?  What would the sound be like from the big bowl? small bowl? How would the pitch be different? After we wrote our predictions in our Science notebooks we ended up with this......  What do you notice about the sounds?

Sunday, April 24, 2016

Is a Square Really a Rectangle?

5th Graders play a Polygon Sorting Game to answer this question and more.... (yes it is.)

Does Light Really Travel in a Straight Line?

5th Graders did a Mirrors and Mazes Experiment to learn about reflection and refraction of light.

Thursday, April 7, 2016

National Park Service Patriots Day Information

A Revolution begins - A Nation is born.

At Minute Man National Historical Park the opening battle of the Revolution is brought to life as visitors explore the battlefields and structures associated with April 19, 1775, and witness the American revolutionary spirit through the writings of the Concord authors.
Patriots' Day Living History events at Minute Man NHP

Patriots' Day 2016

Join us for Patriots' Day events April 9 - 19, 2016 including living history and reenactment events, parades and commemorative ceremonies. Click the link below to be connected to the NPS website and list of special events this month!
National Park Service Link

5th Graders Storm the Lexington Green

5th Graders braved the rain to walk the perimeter of the Lexington Green to see where the Shot Heard Around the World was shot. Here Mr. Rabazzi addresses the troops.

5th Graders Watch Musket Demonstration

Our student militia march outside in a column marching two by two. They watch Ranger Rick attempt to fire a musket in the rain!

5th Grader Helps Out with Presentation

Omar helps out the Ranger with our presentation on colonial times during the Revolution.

5th Graders Learn About the Revolution

5th Graders watching a presentation from Ranger talking about the American Revolution. 

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

5th Graders Get Ready for Concord/Lexington Fieldtrip

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5th Graders studied the series of Amos Doolittle prints that were made on April 19, 1775 and recorded their observations on this Voicethread.  Click the link to hear our 5th graders observations.  5th Grade will be visiting sites in Concord and Lexington on Thursday.