Please follow the link to my website www.WilkinsClass.com to see how Makenna and Peyton stood out as a public speaker and one who serves God.
Portfolio assignments are due next Friday! Students need to make sure they have their pictures uploaded into the file, as well as all of their written documentation! Parents can check Gradelink to see what students still have to do.
Take a look at some of our visual plot diagrams. Go to my website (www.WilkinsClass.com) to see what scandalous elections the 8th graders are learning about! You will also learn why I chose Nicholas for student of the month and see who my top dojo point earners are for the week. Please take a look at the pictures below to see how students were allowed to use their creativity (along with math and science) in their mummification projects.
Here is a picture of our mummy week three. I took this picture while we were changing his natron. He’s not rotting, he’s simply drying out! This is exactly what we are looking for.
Here students are making dough to be able to create the jackal head of their canopic jar. We looked up recipes and did a little math to be able to double it!
These students are painting the clay they formed to make their canopic jar.
These students chose to decorate their canopic jar with gauze and then paint it.
There are two activities in this picture. The group in the back is using paper mache to cover their canopic jar. The group in the front is creating a design to adorn the sarcophagus.
This group was in charge of creating the amulets and heart that are wrapped with the mummy. You can see they wanted to make a slime concoction to create the heart. They figured out how to use their recipe from science class and make the slime a little more dense to feel more like human tissue!
Don’t forget candy grams are being handed out this Tuesday! Check out my website www.WilkinsClass.com to see how we put a twist to working plot-diagramming in 6th and 7th grade!
We are in the process of decorating our canopic jars for our pharaoh mummy!
This may not look like much now but inside that plastic bag is a mummy in the making!
Check out my website (www.WilkinsClass.com) to see what Lauren did to earn her a Cool Christian. I gave out many Dojo Points this week and we have six top Dojo Point Earners! If you saw me this week at the gate during pick-up holding a bag of salt, that was our class mummy. Learn what we did with him by clicking here.
Congratulations to all of our Spelling Bee winners! The entire middle school (and some brave 4th and 5th graders) did a great job in our school-wide spelling bee! Go to my website: www.WilkinsClass.com to see other student standouts. You will also find out how we are talking about Egypt, the Constitution, and literature.
Take a look at www.WilkinsClass.com to see why I mentioned Michael and Quinn (again). You will also see how we are learning about characterization and plot diagramming with our novels. In social studies you will read about how we are learning about Mesopotamia and understanding the Constitution.
Go to www.WilkinsClass.com to see how Quinn shined this week! You will also see how we used the Four Corners technique to have a discussion about literature, and you will learn about our New Year Resolution bulletin board; Check it out during Catholic Schools Week!
P.S. If you have not purchased your Gala tickets, it’s not too late!
Take a look at what is happening in room 14 by following this link: www.WilkinsClass.com.
Please visit my website www.WilkinsClass.com Here you will find a description of my Wilkins Winners: Ryan and Helena along with a description of our Language Arts and Social Studies topics: Edgar Alan Poe, Boston Massacre, and Hammurabi’s Code.
Please visit my website www.WilkinsClass.com Here you will find a description of my Wilkins Winners: Donald and Kincaid along with a description of our Language Arts and Social Studies topics: Edgar Alan Poe, Revolutionary War, and Early Civilizations.