Pine Log Special Area News

See what's happening in Computers, Art, Music and PE!

*************WELCOME BACK!! Happy New Year!************

Computer Lab with Mrs. Ray

Mrs. Ray's Weebly page

Please take a minute to visit my weekly page at http://mrsrayscomputerlab.weebly.com to stay up to date on what we are working on in the Computer Lab. This month we will be perfecting our keyboarding skills as well as creating PPT's through our Office 365 accounts. Kindergarten and 1st will be practicing logins and working on Super Star phonics.
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ART WITH MRS. SUCH

CLAY COIL POTS!

What a messy job! 4th and 5th grade are learning how to build a clay pot using the coli construction technique.
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Kindergarten's Gummy Sculptures.

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RUGS FOR SALE!

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All funds made go towards buying more art supplies. If you have any old t-shirts you can donate it would be greatly appreciated

Music with Mrs. Knuchel

Down to the Baker's Shop

Third graders have learned to read and sing the pitches La, Sol, Mi, Re and Do. Listen below to hear them singing and performing Mi, Re, and Do on our xylophones, metallophones, and glockenspiels.

Pine Log Elementary Music

Down to the Baker's Shop by Pine Log Elementary Music

Rockin' Recorders

4th and 5th grades have been hard at work with recorders. They have been practicing their Recorder Karate songs and expanding their musical repertoire. Please listen below to hear Mrs. Newberry's homeroom.

Pine Log Elementary Music

Blue EGGs Over Easy by Pine Log Elementary Music

PE with Mr. Shepherd

K-2nd grade student have been working on tumbling skills. We started first with jumping and then practiced balancing on various body parts. Now we are working on different types of rolls. We will finish by performing a short sequence using jumps, balances and rolls. 3rd-5th grades are finishing up with volleying. We started with underhand serving and then practiced forearm bumps. Currently we are using volleying skills in small sided games (modified volleyball). The children have done a nice job and have improved their volleying skills. We will continue with volleying skills after Christmas break when we will practice overhand serves and overhead sets.
You can send any of us an email, by clicking on our name below.
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