Every year the fifth grade’s annual project is called the Heroes and Heroines of the American Revolution Wax Museum. In order to learn more about this project we talked to our teacher, Mr. Wadness. Following the podcast you will find 4 examples from our classes Wax Museum. We hope you enjoy learning and seeing examples of this project.
Every four years, when the real Olympics happen, Chickering competes in their own version of the Winter Olympics. We talked to Ms. Riordan, our physical education teacher, to learn more about this special event. We hope you enjoy listening to our chat with Ms. Riordan!
The PTO has an auction every two years. This year the auction’s theme is Mardi Gras. Since students may not attend, to learn more, we talked with Mrs. Gemelli, chairperson for the event and two parents who attended, on March 24, 2018. We hope you enjoy learning about this year’s Mardi Gras auction.
Every 4 years, Chickering School has their own version of the Winter Olympics, when the real Olympics are taking place. Ms Riordan and Mr. Fraser, our physical education [P.E.] teachers, used our P.E. or gym equipment, to replicate the actual Olympic events. The events include: Biathlon, Cross Country Skiing, Curling, Luge, Skeleton, and Speed Skating. To recognize these activities they appear as follows:
. Biathlon – children “skate” on styrofoam, then shoot a basketball or yarn ball into a basket
. Cross Country Skiing – 2 children “skiing” together
. Curling – children use a hockey stick to push donut-shaped rings into a circle
. Luge – sitting on scooters and being pushed by another student
. Skeleton – lying on the scooter
. Speed Skating – children “skate” on styrofoam
Ms Riordan and Mr. Fraser asked us to review and edit about 500 photos from our Olympic events … this took a very long time! We hope you enjoy our photo review of the Winter Olympic.
In our classroom, every Wednesday our teacher presents a questions for us to answer. To learn more about this weekly event, we talked with our teacher, Mrs. Grady. So sit back, relax, and have a cupcake while you listen to our chat.
In March, our school celebrated kindness. We wrote acts of kindness that we have seen or done on sticky-notes and posted them on classroom doors. To learn more about this special event we had a chat with our teacher, Mrs. Grady.
Sr. Romer, our Spanish teacher, asked the reporters to create a video showing a sampling of fourth graders explaining, in Spanish, their identities. We selected four students from Mrs. Atkinson’s, Mrs. Grady’s, and Mrs. Kraeutler’s classes. We hope you enjoy viewing this video.