Sensing Great Things in Kindergarten

Submitted by sarah.sumsion on Sat, 10/27/2012 - 15:24

Last week Mrs. Bergera's kindergarten had so much fun learning about their 5 senses. Everyday they would explore the world around them with a different sense.  They saw different colors, smelled delicious fruit, listened for nursery rhymes, felt different textures in their classroom, and finish the unit by using their sense of taste to describe things that were sweet, sour, salty, and bitter. What a SMART group of kids we have at Cherry Creek Elementary!! 

By Chelsie Bergera

Museum on the Move

Submitted by sarah.sumsion on Wed, 10/24/2012 - 16:46

We had Museum on the Move come to our classrooms. We participated in hands on learning about Utah animals and animal adaptations.

By Michelle Hartman

Shaping Up in 2nd Grade

Submitted by sarah.sumsion on Mon, 10/22/2012 - 20:22

The second graders in Mrs. Averyt's class were able to explore shapes and make tangrams for their fast finishers. Ask a second grader what their favorite tangram was.

By Sarah Sumsion

Sixth Grade Super Speed Math

Submitted by sarah.sumsion on Wed, 10/17/2012 - 18:32

The sixth graders have begun Super Speed Math to become Super Improvers! Students, working as partners, review addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and fractions in a timed race against their own best score. Students verbally answer as many problems as they can while their partner carefully looks at each answer and gives them immediate feedback if they miss one. The correction is made and the student continues racing against the clock.

By Sarah Sumsion

Student Council Invited to BYU

Submitted by sarah.sumsion on Fri, 10/12/2012 - 15:29

Our student council went to BYU for a leadership conference.  They learned what it takes to be a good leader on student council and how to be a friend to everyone.  The kids that went are: Hallie Endicott (president), Madeline Ungruen (V.P.), Paityn Braithwaite (publicity officer), Katie Johnson (Treasurer) and Mason Larsen (Secretary).

By Susan Deardeuff