Hayden Hero Herald
May 9, 2013
Each third grader recently chose and created an Enrichment Project connected to the third grade curriculum. Students worked independently on their projects for several weeks. For example, students created math games, presented power points about a nonfiction topic, and conducted Science Fair experiments. These enrichment projects broadened each child’s learning experience and promoted a high level of thinking. The enrichment experience further developed important habits of the mind: self-direction, planning, discovery, problem solving, and creativity. Thank you, parents, for your support of your child's learning through the Enrichment Project.
Veggie Garden Planting
"I noticed worms pushing through the dirt and loosening the soil."
"I felt the cold, windy air as I planted cheddar cauliflower."
"I predict the plant will grow taller in one week."
Quiz Me Questions
2. What did you learn from a classmate's Enrichment Project?
3. Tell me about the Science-telling Assembly. Did you touch a "cloud"?