• Sixth Grade Ancient Egypt Research

    Posted by Frank Kleyn on 1/28/2020

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    Sixth grade students in Mrs. Libby's classs used their library time to read books and search evaluated websites for facts on self-selected topics.  Students will be sharing their findings with their class by filming short vidoes on Flipgrid.   

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  • Our Baby Salmon Have Arrived!

    Posted by Frank Kleyn on 1/10/2020

    The Lake Forest Park Library is excited to announce that this year's batch of baby coho salmon have arrived.  Mr. Siscel delivered the eggs while Mrs. Johnston's class looked on.  All second graders will learn about the salmon lifecycle and how they can help with environmental stewardship during library lessons. 

    Stop by and see our babies.  They will be released at Grace Cole park on the day before spring break. We hope you can join us for the release. 

    Learn more about our salmon raising program here. 

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    Mr. Siscel explained where the salmon eggs came from before they were added to the fish tank. 

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    Students look at the salmon eggs before they are placed in the tank.

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  • Inventions by Room 15

    Posted by Frank Kleyn on 12/11/2019

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    Inspired by the Washington Children's Choice nominee, "Boo Boos That Changed the World," Mrs. Kim led her students in the creation of student inventions.  Click here to view their inventions!

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  • STEM Activities in the Library

    Posted by Frank Kleyn on 12/10/2019

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    Students have been busy working on STEM activities in our school library.  
     
    a) Lego Robotics projects in an after school class
    b) 2nd grade FlipGrid video creation about favorite picture books
    c) 4th, 5th, and 6th grade Scratch programming
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  • 2nd Grade Uses Flipgrid to Share Book Reviews

    Posted by Frank Kleyn on 11/24/2019

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    Second grade students read Washington Children's Choice picture book award nominees from the past and then wrote and illustrated short book reviews.  The classes shared their reviews with each other by filming themselves reading their reviews on Flipgrid.  The WCCPBA books are always a great choice for check out. 

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