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verleaf, and Sunburst. They learn how to bor-
row and carry in math class. They also begin
the multiplication tables and learn up through
the tives. They add and subtract two place
numbers. There are six reading groups in the
sixth grade. These are ability groups.
This year all of the primary students have
been studying a new method of penmanship
called D'Nealin. This is a style of cursive
printing that uses a natural slant to the letters
and letters like k and l have a curved hook on
the end. Mrs. Shuck says, "lt's beautiful, and
we can read the writing."
One of the most fun science projects of their
year for the students was the study of their
own bodies. Did you know that one student
"lost his kidney", and one day they all
"pasted their brains" in place? The terms
cation. However, they now move from class-
room to classroom.
Mrs. Kenton teaches them reading in a book
called Tapestry In math they learn the rest of
their multiplication tables, and they learn how
to divide with remainders in their answers. ln
science class with Mr. Greer, they have fun
learning about different kinds of machines,
and experimenting with pulleys and inclined
planes. Mrs. Kenton teaches them a fun unit
in social studies about pioneers, and Miss
Degen doesn't let them forget about nouns
and verbs. They have PE, with Mr. Shuck
twice a week for 20 minutes. He has them
doing all kinds of activities like tumbling and
playing frisbee tag. They have music class
with Mrs. Engstrom, and have only one re-
cess during the afternoon. As you can see, all
of this activity really keeps them "hopping".
used in the unit of study made it funny and
very productive. Each student drew his body
on a piece of white paper and then added the
body parts as they studied each one.
The second grade students participated in all
the usual activities like fire drills, holiday par-
ties, and such. They take two short recesses
in the afternoon each day, As you can see,
the second grade classrooms are beehives of
When students enter the third grade, they
have rabbit teeth in front and are working on
replacing their missing teeth with permanent
ones. The third grade class is also the begin-
ning of individual responsibilities, ln the third
grade, they study all of the same subject
areas - reading, math, spelling, science, so-
cial studies, English, music and physical edu-
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Fourth graders keep paddling on through the
pond of knowledge The story becomes more
complicated each year, especially their story
problems in math They also learn how to
multiply up to four-digit numbers.
Their reading texts are called Windchimes
and Passports. In science with Mr Greer,
they are studying the human body and its
systems, They made charts that showed their
insides. Mrs. Kenton teaches them social
studies and SD. history. ln Miss Degen's
English class, composition is an important
part of their work They wade through the
"parts of speech" exercises year after year.
Music is one of their busiest classes. They
learn how to read music, rhythm, and melo-
dy. Some of the high school students visit
their class and demonstrate different instru-
ments for them.
They have to get l'quacking" every morning
in order to complete their lessons each day.
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The new addition was completed on December 18, 1984.
Sixth graders "leap" into the year with
energy and anticipation. They can't just
sit on their lily pads and expect success.
Mrs. Prautzsch teaches their math les-
sons, They learn how decimal points are
used and what they mean. They also
study consumer math courses. Their
readers are Medley, Impressions, and En-
In social studies class, they study each
countries around the world. They learn
about the flag of the nation, and its histo-
In English class they review all the parts of
speech and sentence patterns. They have
handwriting classes to improve their pen-
manship. They learn about filling out
forms properly, legibly, and neatly.
Copper tooling and stained glass designs
with markers are examples of their fun art
projects. In music class with Mrs Eng-
strom they review key signatures, time
signatures, and study related arts. They
compare visual art with music.
Mr. Shuck has them playing kickball, tum-
bling, and other things to get them in
shape so that they can make the "leap"
into the Junior High pond.
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