The Sigma kids are hungry! Lucas, Max, Mick, Eddie and their brain food.
They are storing energy for the tough questions ahead of them.
Gobble! Gobble! Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!!
In drama we were mirroring each other's motions.
One person starts and the other person follows, and then we switch being leaders.
We were inspired by the "I Love Lucy" episode with guest star Harpo Marx.
In Chinese we practiced speaking through partner dialogues. We practiced asking and telling basics like our names, where we live, how old we are, and what our phone numbers are.
Andrew and Morgan
David P. and Kyle
Sammi and Mili
For Science in the Anywhere Andrew presented about rocket-powered cars that go 1,000 miles per hour. Then he built a Diet Coke car powered by Mentos and Diet Coke.
We all went outside to watch his car go!
We all got thank-you cards from our Futabakai partners.
CiCi and Lucas got cool pop-up cards!
|Anna ordered her own Sigma t-shirt from zazzle.com. |
All of the money we raise will go toward our community projects.
In social studies we used different colored yarn to make a visual of the Fertile Crescent, Mesopotamia, and Sumer. We then added labels for all of the important geographic features of the area.
Kyle and Morgan
David P. and Max
Lauren and Anna
On Friday we had our Sigma Spelling Bee.
Our finalists below were Mick, Stephen, David P., and Elton.
Stephen and Elton were our winners and will represent us at the all-school bee on Dec. 13.
Congratulations and good luck!
Elton and Stephen shaking hands. Good sportsmanship!
More good sportsmanship from our runners-up, Mick and David.
On Friday we had special guests, Jim and Bob, AKA Lauren and Anna.
They gave special awards to each student on Sigma to celebrate what we're known for!