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Entries from May 29, 2013

ActivTable come to Kindergarten

May 29, 2013 · Comments Off on ActivTable come to Kindergarten · Kindergarten

From Ms. Cleland:   Think computer that accommodates up to six, interactive, sounds, vibrant colors, and fun animated characters. One of the latest additions to kindergarten is a Promethean ActivTable.  Victory Elementary was selected to have an ActivTable in one of our five kindergarten classrooms.  The ActivTable is a touch screen table which can accommodate […]

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Norfolk Zoo Field Trip

May 27, 2013 · Comments Off on Norfolk Zoo Field Trip · Kindergarten, science

On Thursday, May 16th, the Kindergarten students went on a field trip to the Norfolk Zoo.  The purpose of the field trip was to reinforce and make a connection with Science SOL  K.7 (The student will investigate and understand basic needs and life processes of plants and animals;    (animals need adequate food, water, air, shelter […]

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Hundredth Day Projects

May 22, 2013 · Comments Off on Hundredth Day Projects · Fifth Grade

From Ms. L. Harris: The fifth grade students at Victory Elementary school have done a 100 day project for math celebrating the 100th day of school. The SOLs that we focused on for our project were 5.19, the students had to investigate the distributive property over addition using diagrams and manipulatives and also SOL 5.4, the […]

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The Value of Field Trips

May 21, 2013 · Comments Off on The Value of Field Trips · Kindergarten

From Ms. Samuels: The Kindergarten students of Victory Elementary School are exploring the concept of Conservation SOL K.11 for the fourth quarter of the school year. This topic is in alignment with the SOL standard K.11 which focuses on students understanding that materials can be reused, recycled, and conserved. One of the activities that the […]

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1st Grade Morning Work. Building great writers!

May 15, 2013 · Comments Off on 1st Grade Morning Work. Building great writers! · First Grade

As a former 4th, 5th, and 6th grade teacher, I was very concerned with my students’ handwriting , spelling, and reading skills.  Now, as a 1st grade teacher, I feel it is very important for these skills to be mastered at an early age, so therefore, as a part of my morning work, I encourage […]

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Interviews with Famous Americans

May 13, 2013 · Comments Off on Interviews with Famous Americans · second grade

From Ms. Chisler: 2.11 The student will identify George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Susan B. Anthony, Helen Keller, Jackie Robinson, and Martin Luther King, Jr. as Americans whose contributions improved the lives of other Americans. The 2nd grade students at Victory Elementary School took their Social Studies benchmark test last month. As they like to say, […]

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2nd Grade Plant Products

May 8, 2013 · Comments Off on 2nd Grade Plant Products · second grade

Our class will be spending the week studying science SOL 2.8 focusing on plant products.  We’re going to learn that it is impossible to go through a day without contact or use of some plant product.  We’ll study the obvious ones like tomatoes to ketchup, oranges to orange juice and peanuts to peanut butter. But […]

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CAMPBELL’S NOODLE “SOUPER” ACTIVITY STATIONS

May 1, 2013 · Comments Off on CAMPBELL’S NOODLE “SOUPER” ACTIVITY STATIONS · Kindergarten

BET YOU DIDN’T REALIZE THE AWESOME FUN YOU CAN HAVE WITH A SIMPLE POOL NOODLE!!!  WELL CHECK OUT WHAT’S HAPPENING IN “CAMPBELL’S COURT” THIS WEEK.  STUDENTS WILL BE USING NOODLES CUT INTO VARIOUS SIZES AND SHAPES FOR TONS OF GREAT ACTIVITIES INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING: “ROCKET LAUNCH” – THEY MUST LAUNCH THEIR NOODLE IN AN ATTEMPT […]

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