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GENIUS HOUR Fourth and fifth grade students started a rotation of Genius Hour learning when we came back to school in January.  We started by focusing on our passions and new learning we wanted to accomplish.  We have researched our topic, created a list of steps to get to our end result, and were sure to cite our sources along the way.  We are busy now working on our projects that we will share with others sometime in March or April.


CARDBOARD ARCADE GAMES
Our third graders researched inventors and are now building games they invented.  We have worked through the design process and are now in the building and testing phase.  We will be getting feedback from our classmates next week in order to improve our games.  We are working so hard. The entire school, all 610 students will play our games!  

READ Yep, in a library with a MakerSpace, we read...a lot.  We read Missouri award books (a ton of award books), take part in Caldecott and A to Z mystery reading challenges, we create book trailer…
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Page Turner Book Club

We read...every.single.Wednesday.morning!
We recommend good books to our friends!



Hot Chocolate Bar Reading Celebration

On Thursday, January 18th SEVENTY FIVE 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade readers enjoyed delicious hot chocolate to celebrate their reading!  These readers all read AT LEAST 8 GKCRead or 8 Mark Twain nominees.  LC has amazing readers and outstanding teachers who all love to read for pleasure!   Way to read LC Blazers!



Over 25,000 Views

Several years ago I created a smore graphic to answer the questions of those wanting to bring a MakerSpace to their school.  This month, that smore has been viewed over 25,000 times.  WOW!  The maker movement is here and is not going away.  What a great way for kids to learn!

Library Leaders 2017-2018

These kiddos right here help make our library run smoothly on a weekly basis!  Pairs of kids come in daily to help shelve books, process magazines, wipe down tables and shelf markers, sharpen pencils, and basically do any job they are asked.  A HUGE thank you to these library leaders for all their work!

LCTV Broadcast Club 2017-2018

Last year I started a broadcast club for 3rd graders designed to share what is happening at LC with our students.  It also provides the members the opportunity to work on a deadline, write scripts, learn imovie, understand how a green screen works, improve speaking skills weekly, and work collaboratively to create a weekly broadcast.
This year, nine new 3rd graders are working weekly to produce our broadcast.  Check out our broadcasts below and learn a bit about what happens at LC. Plus learn about the weekly weather and a new joke or two!

LCTV NEWS ON NASHUA EPISODES
October 9, 2017
October 16, 2017
October 23, 2017
October 30, 2017
November 6, 2017
November 20, 2017
December 4, 2017
December 11, 2017
December 18, 2017

Starting The Year Out Right...

with bright and shiny new books!   Good Books!  Good Times!