With Earth Day on April 22nd, 1st through 5th-grade students have been learning different ways to take care of the environment. Soon they'll put their language skills to use by delivering persuasive speeches about ways to reduce, reuse and recycle. Meanwhile, K students have been busy studying different fruits and vegetables and writing informational sentences.
|2nd graders reading the story of Nobel Peace Prize Winner, Wangari Maathai,|
and her successful efforts to rebuild the forests of Kenya.
|High School Science Center Intern, Dhruvesh, helping students draft their persuasive arguments about why|
others should reduce, reuse, recycle.
|Ready to take care of the Earth!|
|1st grader Olivia feeling inspired :)|
|2nd graders putting their words into action by recycling.|
|Dhruvesh making even complex climate science easy to understand.|
|Congrats to all the students, including Olivia, Hayato & Julia,|
who participated in the Memorial Talent Show before vacation.
It was so exciting seeing you perform!
|Students adding details in their words and illustrations!|
|K students showcase their super writing progress.|