Caring, Creativity and Communication

We ended our week as families celebrated with our 5th Grade dances as the completed their dance experience with Dancing Classrooms. Students demonstrated creativity, caring and communication as they danced the tango, the fosses trot and more.

Community activities supportour caring community.

MYP students participated in group team building and some of our girls met with the student founder of the S.H.E Project and experienced exercise that fostered strength, confidence and eloquence.
MYP students worked together and created at the Science Center this week.

More caring kids wearing cardigans to celebrate World Kindness Day.

Creating cardigans with kind captions in Grade 2.

Caring and Principled in MYP

These “scenarios” in MYP individuals and Societies provide our caring young people the opportunity to consider “where they stand” to explore what it means to be caring and principled and how to make decisions that consider multiple viewpoints and outcomes.

“Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.”

― Mahatma Gandhi

Design Cycle

Communicating Chemistry and scientific knowledge

Science in the Kitchen
More matter and energy as third grade starts exploring and generating questions.
Thinking about change and causation in habitats in second grade.

Communicating with others

kindergarten and second grade readers communicate and share favorite books.
WE can express ideas in many ways in Grade 3.
Communicating in art as we create.
Catchy Titles communicate ideas expressed throughout art.
MYP sculptures communicate feeling and movement with creativity .

Our caring community supports creativity with so many opportunities to work together, learn and help each other.

“You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.”

― Maya Angelou

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