Max, Shane, Andrew, and Jake: AKA The coolest Sigma kids.
In Sigma team project we are redesigning KRAFT packaging.
Each group below is working on their redesigning by
researching their product.
|Morgan, Eddie, and Lauren: Teddy Grahams|
|Hannah, Kate, and Mili: Oreos|
|Matt, Kyle, and Anna: Oreo Cakesters|
|Lucas and Andrew: Macaroni and Cheese|
|Nicholas and Stephen: Macaroni and Cheese|
|Katherine, David P., and Jake: Kool-Aid|
|Kevin, Jasmine, Samson, Shane: Sour Patch Kids|
|Sammi, Davie R., CiCi: Capri Sun|
|Sammi and CiCi: Capri Suns|
|James, Elton, Mick: Swedish Fish|
|Max, Josh, Gina: Chips Ahoy|
Here are David P, Andrew, and Elton at the Brazil mix-it-up table.
|Hannah and friends sitting at the Ireland table with Mr. Kelly, |
our computer teacher who was born in Ireland.
This is Sigma with Mr. Damico. We are learning how to
make medallions for our Futabakai visitors.
Futabakai is the Japanese language school in Arlington Heights. Sixth grade students from Futabakai are coming to visit us on November 8. On December 13, we will visit them at their school.
|Here are Morgan (reading), Sammi (acting), and Gina (acting) |
with their finished passions business cards.
In social studies we are studying prehistoric times. We went to Mrs. Lussem's German room which was converted into a "cave." We did a simulation to pretend that we were prehistoric cave dwellers. We drew in the dark with cave sounds in the background. Below we are "discovering" each other's drawings and analyzing them as archaeologists do to learn about how
people survived in the Stone Ages.
In reading we worked hard on plot maps for our independent reading books. We shared them with our class so that we could add new books to our "someday" reading lists.
Below are our finished maps.