Yesterday the Elementary class enjoyed a time of sharing and supporting each other, as many read stories, shared research, and even some geometry work was presented! Some students shared their research on groups of people that had migrated or been forced to migrate, such as the Pilgrims, the Mongols and Genghis Khan, and the Jews during World War II. Others shared creative writing about how they would change the world for the better, a discussion that was started after MLK Day. Topics included helping people to stop littering, to create less smog in the atmosphere, and to stop unnecessary poaching and hunting of animals. Some students shared stories or creative comic strips they had written. And a few shared area work and equivalency work they had put together in a book. It was a fun time for everyone, including one MUP who visited the class for a day!
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