Monthly Archives: January 2015

“I want to be a geologist when I grow up.”

This week the second graders continued their study of rocks and minerals. Students sifted pebbles, gravel, and sand and categorized them based on their size.┬áThe fifth graders focused on water conservation this week. Students played “the water flows for…” and … Continue reading

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“Yay! We have garden!”

This week the first and fifth graders had their first weeks in the garden! Along with the second and third graders, the┬ástudents returned to the crisp air of our outdoor classroom and helped transform our winter garden with a garden … Continue reading

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“This is how it’s supposed to be; kids out learning in nature!”

One wise fifth grader expressed his joy and reverence of a sunset, while sitting with his friends in the Marin Headlands. Last week, the fifth graders ventured across the Golden Gate Bridge to NatureBridge in the Golden Gate National Recreation … Continue reading

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