Here’s some sample distance learning art projects for Ms. Deb’s class that students submitted through Google Classroom during the COVID-19 School Closing. Great Job students!
Here is an interesting meteorology activity by the National Hurricane Center, for 4th, 5th, & 6th graders.
“These webinars will focus on the job of a meteorologist, the weather hazards that come with hurricanes, and how meteorologists get you the weather information you need before a storm.
“Registration links available about a week before the webinar is conducted (on the second page of this notice). We can only accommodate 500 participants for each webinar, so please only register for one of the two identical webinars provided for your region. Future info on the #HurricanesAtHome webinars will be available on NHC’s social media accounts:
During this challenging time of COVID-19 school closing, we have moved to a distance learning model that, thanks to both our families’ patience and support and our teachers hard work, seems to be working very well.
We are sharing various things to support and enhance these efforts on our school’s Facebook Page (like & follow it if you haven’t already). To make finding the activities easier, we have tagged them with the hashtags:
- #DistanceLearning for those activities that are instructional as well as having other educational merit, and
- #VirtualFieldTrips which are activities and websites that can be used as lessons as well as just fun! These can be great activities even after the non COVID-19 closings.
To make finding these easier, if you click on the hashtag, it will automatically filter those posts so you don’t have to scroll through the entire page.
Watch Ms. Nadiya demonstrate and art project perfect for stay at home during this closure!
“In this video we will learn how to make a collage using recycled materials.”
This model of the R.M.S. Titanic was designed and built by Blake Burnette, a 10 year old student at Brookwood Christian School. Blake loves history and has a special interest in the Titanic. He has been unable to find a model of the Titanic in stores so he designed and built his own. Blake brought the model to school and taught a class on the history of the Titanic!
When Blake began at Brookwood Christian School in September of 2017 he could not read and could barely recognize his own name. Today he is flourishing at a second grade level and teaching classes!
Blake is just one of the success stories at Brookwood Christian School!
Look at the wonderful art projects our students did during Ms. Nadiya’s art class!
… we were at school and today was one of the most memorable days for our students and visitors from the community! Here is as sneak preview Continue reading “8/21/2017… Where were you?”