Some of you may have a QR Code Reader on your smartphone or mobile device. If so, you can scan it to hear a haiku I wrote with the class as a model during a lesson.
Otherwise, you may want to download one before tomorrow night! There are many FREE QR Code Reader apps available.
The QR Codes we made will be on display throughout the building. By scanning these QR Codes, people will be able to listen to student recorded poetry.
Each student conducted research on an animal for a report. We used the knowledge gained through this research to write a haiku poem. Without naming the animal, we tell about them in a poem. Our guests will need to listen carefully to the clues in the poem to try and figure out what animal it could be. After guessing they can lift a flap that reveals the answer with a photo of the creature.
Our animal haikus are displayed on posters throughout the building grouped by ecosystem.
There are many exciting things going on at Celebrate Our Stars.
- Choir & Taiko drum performances in the cafeteria at 6:40 and 7:40pm
- 4th grade Young Chautauqua throughout the building
- reader's theater video recordings from ELL classes on TVs around the building
- BOGO Scholastic Book Fair in the Library
- Great door prizes will be given away too!
So I hope to see everyone there as we celebrate amazing student work!