In our studies of the United States and the amazing features of our country, a student in my class had a question about how Mount Rushmore was made. I encouraged him to go home and research and I would do the same. This is a great question and it has quite an intriguing answer. Click here to follow the link and read about what I found.
Welcome back to school 3rd Graders!!! This year we're on a learning safari! I am so excited for this new school year! I have enjoyed the first three days of school and getting to know my students! Each one of them is very special already and I am confident that we are going to have a fantastic year! The students have already shown how hard they can work by putting together our classroom library and sorting all the book bins. It was a big job, but they can do amazing things! It is so fun that I get to be apart of that! We are getting ready to start our first full week of school tomorrow. I can't wait to see what my students continue to accomplish this week.
Meet Miss Coon
I love to learn new things! One great place to learn is by spending time in nature and the outdoors! Any opportunity that I can get to take a bike ride, hike, or walk I will gladly do it! I also love music and enjoy playing my flute at church and singing with my sisters. But most of all, I love kids. My passion is to teach children to inquire, and to love learning about this incredible world as I do. My students tend to think I love to learn just because I am a teacher. By modeling the struggle of learning and researching my own interests, I hope my students and others can follow my example and be empowered to seek after their questions to find answers in the midst of the struggle.