Room 113 News November 13th
Students have incorporated many of these strategies along with illustration strategies into their books. We will have several lessons about how poets read their work before students record their final projects. Look for them in your inbox next week!
1. Why do bubbles come out of Coke, but not tap water?
2. Why can’t we see gases in the air? Are there some gases we can see? Is smoke a gas?
3. Does the same thing always happen when two liquids are mixed?
4. What liquids are used in the lava lamp and how does it work?
5. How come sometimes when water falls from the sky it is rain, or hail, or snow?
6. Is it possible to make a solid turn right into a gas?
Thank you Mr. McRobbie for coming and reading a story to our class! If you would like to read to the class, please contact Mr. Hagen.
Ms. Kersey Visits Room 113
This week, Ms. Kate visited our class to talk about a new poster we get to hang in our classroom to remind us about our right to feel safe. This poster reminds us that if we feel unsafe or uncomfortable, we must say stop, get away, and tell an adult.
Ms. Kate taught us about safe, unsafe, and unwanted touches. We looked at pictures to learn the difference between these kinds of touches. We learned that we should never keep secrets about touching problems, especially touching problems that involve our private body parts. We learned that these parts are the parts that are covered by our bathing suits and they are called breasts, vagina and bottom for girls, and penis and bottom for boys.
We discussed what we would do if someone was touching us in a way that we didn’t want or was unsafe. We talked about many safe people we could tell about a touching problem.
If you have questions about this lesson, please do feel free to contact Ms. Kate for more information. You can email her at katek@ isb.ac.th or you can call her at 02 963 5800