Theme projects are projects that the students will complete once a month. Your child has the whole month to work on them. Theme projects will be shared during sharing time at the end of the month. This special time once a month gives your child the opportunity to showcase his/her special gift or talent.
|Month||Theme Project||Directions||Due Date|
|September||Bear Project||Choose a bear to research. Write 10 facts to share with the class. Pick a way to showcase your bear (poster, diorama, model, etc.)
||Due on September 28, 2018|
|October||Nocturnal Animal Project||Pick a nocturnal animal to research. Write 10 facts to share with the class. Pick a way to showcase your animal (costume, diorama, model, poster, etc.)
||Due on October 31, 2018|
|November||Ellis Island Project||Research your family history. Create a Family Crest or poster highlighting things that are unique to your family.||Due on November 20, 2018|
|December||Me Bag||Bring a bag with 5 items or pictures of items that you would like to share with the class about yourself and your family/friends.||Due on December 14, 2018|
|January||A.L.F Projects||Alien Life Forms
Create an Alien. You may use any medium you chose. Create a fact sheet to tell us all about your Alien.
|Due on January 25, 2019|
|February||Living Museum||Pick a person in history to do a biography report and presentation on. More information will be sent home.||
|March||Penguin Project||Pick a penguin to research. Write 10 facts about your penguin. Pick a way to showcase your penguin facts.||Due on March 14,2019|
|Pick an animal to research (that goes with the habitat we are studying). You will write an informational report on your animal and pick a way to showcase your animal information.||Due date TBA to coincide with rotation day|
|May||Habitat Rotations||We will be rotating classrooms to learn about different habitats.||May 2, 2019
Habitat Day will be the 3rd but ALL shoe boxes need to be at school so we can set up the room 🙂