|Warrior 3-we just started this pose, so it's still a bit tricky because of the balance it requires. We will keep practicing it though!|
|O.B demonstrating the cat pose, which helps to loosen the back and spine|
|J.A doing happy baby|
After yoga, we conducted some fieldwork outside the classroom! This morning, we made predictions about what kind of lights we would find in our school. We worked on using the sentence starter, "I predict." We ventured first into the auditorium, which is a wonderful place for observing a variety of lights. For this fieldwork expedition, the children got to bring along their clipboards to record their findings just like scientists!
Many of the students commented on the exit signs that were lit up around the auditorium.
We then went on the stage to get a closer look at the spotlights. O.B noticed that some of the spotlights created a pattern.
|I love how this photo captures O.S and O.B looking up at the spotlights.|
|One line of spotlights above the stage|
|G.A's sketch of the spotlights.|
|D.K's sketch of the spotlights|
We then went to the back of the auditorium, where there were smaller spotlights.
|G.P draws the spotlight as stars|
|Sketching the lights in the school lobby|
Some of the students then noticed some lights on the wall attached to a box:
|These lights were off|
|T.S shows his sketch of these lights. It's amazing how he captures the symmetry in the lights|
|G.S sketches the ceiling light in Ms. Blanchard's room, he colors in the light|
|Sketching the ceiling lights in Ms. Blanchard's room|
Tomorrow, we will be looking closely at a light to see the different parts (bulb, wire, base, etc).