Kindergarten students at East Quogue Elementary School incorporated science, technology, engineering and math into a special 100th day of school celebration. Students participated in various activities utilizing 100 linking blocks, plastic cups and beads, which challenged their imaginations as they arranged the objects into different creations.
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East Quogue Elementary School students embrace song and sound as they participate in a collection of activities exploring the many aspects of music.
Students in Kimberly Clemensen’s general music class work together making music utilizing multiple instruments such as drums, shakers, xylophones and shekeres. Continuing the celebration of sounds, students move to the beat in a rhythm and movement exercise, and sing and dance to songs like “Here Comes the Bluebird.”
East Quogue Elementary School students in Ms. Luckingham’s third-grade class recently explored the capabilities of Google Classroom as they used the program to write about their goals for the new year.
During the assignment students practiced essential aspects of the Google Classroom program, such as creating a text box, and typing and changing fonts. Students also learned how to insert, resize and crop photos to fit within their documents.
In another interactive activity, Ms. Luckingham’s third-grade students teamed up with Ms. Russo’s first-graders for a holiday-themed STEM activity. The students’ task was to design and construct a bridge capable of supporting an elf. Utilizing Popsicle sticks and clay, the student teams worked together to create functional shelves to hold their elves.
Each team excelled during the activity as they incorporated problem-solving techniques and revisited their designs to make improvements.
Earth Rangers in action harvesting new crops in our School Garden.
Another new and exciting initiative at the East Quogue Elementary
We're very proud of our Earth Rangers!