Apr
25

Hatching chicks- day 15

Brianna and Elliana cared for our eggs today. They were very careful  when turning the eggs in the morning, before lunch, and at the end of the day.

Apr
25

2nd Grade Concert

All second graders did an awesome job in last night’s concert! Here are a few pictures from the event.

Apr
24

Our Concert- an opinion piece by Mrs. Muhr’s Language Arts class

You should come to the second grade concert on April 24th.  It will be fun to watch.  The last song is the best! There are refreshments afterwards. Many students are playing instruments.  The classes do rhythms and hand motions that you will want to see.  You should come to the second grade concert tonight.

Apr
24

Hatching chicks- Day 14

Logan and Colin took care of our eggs.  They recorded the time, room temperature, and incubator temperature on the chart.

Apr
21

Hatching chicks- day 11

Gabby and Madison were our egg helpers.  They had fun turning the eggs in the morning and at lunch.  At the end of the day I put the egg turning machine in the incubator to care for our eggs over the weekend.

Apr
20

Hatching chicks- Day 10

Brock and Sean took care of our eggs. The temperature was perfect!

Apr
19

hatching chicks- day 9

Today Abryanna and Gabriella cared for our eggs.  They noticed that the temperature was exactly 99.5 F.  That’s the perfect temperature for incubating eggs!

Apr
18

hatching chicks- day 8

While we were away for Easter vacation our eggs were turned with a machine.  Today Alex and Mason helped turn our eggs at noon and 3:25.

The egg turning machine

Apr
12

hatching chicks- day 2

Today was the first day we had to care for the eggs.  The eggs need to be turned a few times each day to keep the growing chicks from sticking to the inside of their shell. Sophia and Yami were the Egg Helpers.  They documented the time, classroom temperature and incubator temperature on a clipboard. They turned the eggs 2 times during the day. In the afternoon I put an egg turner in our incubator.  This machine will turn the eggs for us while we are all enjoying our Easter break.

Apr
12

Planting Seeds

We have been learning about plant life cycles.  Last Friday students planted bean seeds.  Some have already started to germinate! We will be caring for them and hope to see them grow and change over the next few weeks.  Mrs. Ringler taught our class how to draw and label a diagram of a plant life cycle.  They will need to draw this on a quiz next week.  Students also need to be able to write the definition of a life cycle.  We have learned some hand motions to help us recite it: “All the parts of a living thing’s life from birth to death.”

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