Kindergarten wrapped up their weather unit by making “Teddy Bear Weather Books” with Jeannie Connolly from Arts Integration. After learning about the different types of clothing needed for different weather, the students created outfits for their teddy bears to wear on sunny, rainy, windy and snowy days.
Kindergarten students at AES demonstrating the GRIT value as they work diligently together on a 200 piece safari puzzle.
Mr. Morris’ third grade decorated some amazing gingerbread men keeping in the spirit of the season!
A student enjoying the freshly fallen snow at recess!
How do you become a better reader? READ, READ, READ, READ, READ!! That’s what second graders have been doing! We’ve had a “Pumpkin Reading Challenge” for the month of November where the students earned a pumpkin for each book or chapter they read. When we reached 120 pumpkins, we had a party! They earned it right before Thanksgiving break,
As part of “A World of Books” at AES, books for the book fair were supplied from the Toadstool Book Shop.
“A World of Books” was a huge success at Antrim Elementary on Thursday, December 5th. In collaboration with the AES PTO, the AES staff joined in the festivities by hosting a night of literary fun. Each classroom had a book theme with interesting activities. Guests were excited to make potions in the Harry Potter room, read to therapy dogs in the Elephant &
As part of the Letterland family Impy Ink helps teach students about the letter I.
4th grade mathematicians work together to solve problems posted around the room- rounding, comparing numbers, using the addition & subtraction algorithms, solving word problems using tape diagrams, & showing our Eagle values of co-operation and grit!
On Thursday, October 17th the AES 4th graders visited Fort No. 4 in Charlestown, NH. They were transported back in time to the small frontier community on New Hampshire’s westernmost border. A blacksmith and a weaver demonstrated their trades to the students, and they also toured a colonial kitchen and trading post where they learned about food preparation,