Our next field trip is Saturday, February 10. We will go to the Arts Center to see the play The Snowy Day. Permission slips are due THIS Thursday. We are only purchased 60 tickets, therefore the first 60 students to return their slips will attend.
Please see information and permission form attached.
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This week students learned how to slow the shutter speed of the camera down to make a creative blur. I believe these are the most creative photos we’ve captured all year. Take a look!
Second and third grade students took a field trip to Audubon Arkansas this morning. The kids learned about birds and how to look for them with binoculars. They even got to create their own bird. The kids did great and learned a lot.
The young ladies in funtology learned how to straighten hair this week. Check it out!
Here is our photo of the week. I really like how Chase captured this unique portrait of Christian. Way to think creatively!
Carver will offer anyone under the age of 18, a free supper from 2:35-3:05pm, Monday-Thursday starting January 29th.Meals will be provided to all children (18 and under) without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service. Meals will be provided at the sites and times as provided in the below pdf file. For more information, check out this PDF:
Students in cooking class used their imagination to create miniature pizzas. Items included pizza dough, mini pepperoni, olives, mushrooms, and of course mozzarella cheese!!! Some of the special creations were a snail, cat, butterfly,flower, and a star. Amazing work guys!!!!
Last week, students focused on taking self portraits and portraits of each other. Here are some of our favorites!
What a beautiful day for 21st Century! Take a look at the highlights.
Audubon Arkansas has given Carver Magnet 21st Century second and third graders an educational and exciting experience that includes a pre-lesson, a field trip, and a post-lesson. Ms. Meyer from Audubon visited yesterday and taught the students about birds. Students learned the basic differences between birds and completed a drawing based on clues about the bird’s characteristics. On Saturday, January 27th, second and third graders will enjoy a field trip to Audubon. Please see information/permission slip attached. Thank you Audubon for providing this unique opportunity for our students to engage in meaningful learning experiences.
Audubon Field Trip Info