Parker Annex. STAR-W. STAR-W Grant Process and Procedures. Cross Curricular - Even though the STAR-W grant was designed to enhance students’ reading and writing skills, the students and teachers worked on cross curricular projects.
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Ms. Rosa’s Rising Stars Present
Reading and Writing
In Renoir’s painting In the Meadow, he painted two girls that are wearing beautiful, long, light -colored dresses. You can even see vertical lines in the trees. The soft colors he use gives a calm relaxed mood to his painting. He uses feathery strokes giving a soft texture to his painting. The scenery is somewhere in the woods and once again in the trees and in the grass we see his use of light colors with the soft browns and greens.
Once upon a time there was a very mean king named King Tut and his generous queen named Jenny. One day they saw a sandstorm coming in Egypt so they left with all their jewels and precious stuff. The servant saw that they were gone, so he went to go warn the other people that they left on a long walk from Egypt. They went to go write on the wall in their kind of writing that the king had left on a long journey and the king was going in the wrong direction. (continued…)
He died in the sandstorm, so the Egyptians had to mummify him in one room with all of his belongings. The Egyptians had to find a new mean king and generous queen. So the mean king Tutankhamen and the generous queen named Jennifer married each other and lived happily ever after.
Animals and Our World
Ms. Abreu’s Third Grade Class Presentation
Blue Morpho Butterfly in South America
Adults drink the juices of rotting fruit
Special Feature- a species of neotropical butterfly that has brilliant blue wings
Blue Whale in the Arctic Ocean
Our Presenters for Today are:
“What’s Wrong with This Picture?”
By: Ms. Green’s Third Graders
Fluffy Book Report
By: Mr. Lambright’s Third Graders
My Book Report on “Fluffy’s School Bus Adventure”
By: Karina Choz
March 2, 2004