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Rogers Middle School 7th Grade Mummification Activity
Students in Joan Costello's 7th Grade class recently participated in a mummification activity.
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A National Poetry Month Celebration
at the RPS Listening Library
In celebration of National Poetry Month, students and staff selected poetry by famous authors or ones that they had written themselves. They recorded it using the Audioboo app and uploaded it to the RPS Listening Library at the Audioboo website. Enjoy their work!
Poetry Collections at the RPS Listening Library
Entire RPS Listening Library
Students at Memorial Park Elementary School became star newscasters when they participated in an after school enrichment learning program. For this project, students read nonfiction articles critically for the main idea and supporting details. In turn, they presented their findings in colorful, appealing Google Presentations. Click on the links to view their presentations.
First grade students in Mrs. Camirand and Mrs. Caprio's classes attended a book tasting to preview books, take picture walks, and make predictions. Stay tuned because students will be recording their thoughts about the book they tasted soon.
Fourth grade students in Miss Roberge's class at Jefferson Elementary School share math strategies.
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Title1 Grade 2 Valentine Video Readings
Students in Mrs. Pistorino's class at Esten Elementary School learned about figures of speech. They demonstrated their knowledge of similes, metaphors, personification, hyperbole and onomatopoeia by creating multimedia projects in Little Bird Tales complete with illustrations, writing and narration.
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Mrs. Sulmonte's first grade class - author study on Jan Brett
Students in Mrs. Sulmonte's first grade class at Esten Elementary School did an author study on Jan Brett. Students chose their favorite books, wrote about it, and illustrated a favorite scene. Then, they recorded their ideas using Audioboo and included their pictures.
***Late Breaking News***
As students were finishing their author study, Mrs. Sulmonte happened to meet Jan Brett at a nearby restaurant. She shared that her first grade students were doing an author study on her. After hearing about their project, Jan Brett went home and returned with a signed piece of artwork that reads, "for Angela's class~ Dear Rockland first graders, Happy Reading! This is the turtle I painted in my video! Love you! Jan" What an amazing coincidence!
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The Night Before Christmas
A play performed by second grade students in Mrs. Adams' and Mrs. Sheridan's classes at Jefferson Elementary School.
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Students in Ms. McDonnell's first grade class at Esten Elementary School recently finished a unit on animals. They wrote about pets they would like to have and illustrated a picture. Audioboo was used to record their ideas.
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Students in Mrs. Adams' and Mrs. Sheridan's classes at Jefferson Elementary School read Sarah Morton's Day: A Day in the Life of a Pilgrim Girl and Samuel Eaton's Day: A Day in the Life of a Pilgrim Boy. Using Audioboo, they recorded their plays about what it was like to be a pilgrim girl and boy along with their illustrations.
A Day in the Life of Sarah Morton
A Day in the Life of Samuel Eaton
Vote for My Character
Students in Mrs. Scheufele's third grade class made character trait posters to convince students in their school to vote for their favorite character as the best character ever. A speech was written to persuade everyone to vote for their character and it was recorded using Audioboo. On November 19th, other classes are invited to view the character posters and cast a ballot for the best character ever!
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Students in Mrs. Vlachos' and Mrs. Sullivan's third grade classes at Jefferson Elementary School reflected on what they would do if they were president of the United States. They wrote about their ideas and drew symbols that represented the United States. Audioboo, a web 2.0 podcasting tool, was used to record their voices and share them with their families and friends. We hope you enjoy all of their hard work.
Mrs. Vlachos' Class
Mrs. Sullivan's Class