Room 207

Room 207
Yahoo! Here we go 4th graders!

Wednesday, May 10, 2017


This week will be our third week with our Bridges Volunteers.  We had a getting to know you session where we created group names and have made connections to why the program is called Bridges.  Last week the fourth graders took their volunteers on a tour of the school.  We compared schools today to schools in the past.  There were a lot of differences, but many similarities as well.  This week we will be sharing heirlooms and traditions.  I can't wait to see what everyone brings in!

Nora made a Mona Lisa Mrs. Visocchi!

Megan showcased one of the many murals that are on display at Pine Glen.

Chloe shared some of the amazing art on display for the Art Show on Thursday, May 11th. 

Susan brought a rotary phone for us to try.  No texting here!

Akash showed off his sister's Kindergarten classroom.
The Gourmet Group

The Happy Reading Eating Animals Group

The Great Outdoors

The Colorful Bunny Music Group

Saturday, April 1, 2017


It may be Spring, but we are still enjoying the snow!  Thank you Ms. Govoni for taking us snowshoeing and sledding.  It took some teamwork to put the shoes on, but once we had them on we were off and running.  We had a blast!

Sunday, March 5, 2017

Dr. Seuss and Read Across America Day

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Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!  We did many fun activities to celebrate Read Across America and Dr. Seuss.  Yesterday we had an all school reading time in the gym.  For 15 minutes we read a book of our choosing.  Many of our fourth graders said it wasn't long enough and they would have liked more time.  We also shared Dr. Seuss books with our Kindergarten buddies from Mrs. Parnell's class.

Today we did some fun Dr. Seuss inspired activities.  There was pin the green egg on the platter, tic-tac-toe, snowball toss into a hat, and Bingo.

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Friday, February 3, 2017

Fabulous 7 of 207

The chicks are here!  The chicks are here!  We are learning about animal behavior and the life cycle through the hatching of chicks.  Earlier this week the eggs arrived from the Science Center and were placed in the incubator.  Within 24 hours all seven of our little feathered friends pushed out of their eggs and were doing "push ups" as the kids observed to learn to stand.  Now they are in their Brooder Box, eating, drinking, making a mess, and announcing their presence.

We suggested and voted on names using our Socrative app.  The results were Oreo, Tremont Jr., Arnold, Mouse, Peep, Gerald, and Buffalo.  Our amazing 4th graders have learned to take care of them and even held them this week.  It has been a very enjoyable experience!

Saturday, January 7, 2017

Blogs, Blogs, and More Blogs!

We wrapped up 2016 with collaboration with our Kindergarten friends in Mrs. Parnell's class.  Our Animal Projects began in November with determining the difference between living and nonliving things.  Then, we picked an animal and did research together to prove our animal is a living thing.  Next, we wrote scripts of questions and answers and made masks to show disguise ourselves as the animals.  Finally, we became movie stars in our own animal videos!  The last day before vacation was our viewing party.

Aaron, Nehemiah and Evan as owls

Check out Mrs. Parnell's blog for more awesome pictures of our activities.

As a class, we decided that PERSISTENCE will be a resolution of 2017.  Although some things may be challenging, we will work hard and try again as many times as needed to find success.  Ms. Marcus tasked us with building a structure using 30 gumdrops and 30 toothpicks that could hold two Social Studies text books.  It was definitely a challenge, but we persevered and learned how to work together to try difference things.  Though we may not have all been able to hold up our text books, we definitely enjoyed the process and look forward to demonstrating persistence in the future.  Please click on the link to the Ed Tech blog in order to learn more about the task and to watch a fun video of our attempts.

Mr. Lyons has featured 4th graders on his blog multiple times in the past few weeks.  We have had multiple Students of the Week from Room 207.  He also put some photos of our Cultural Day on his blog.

Finally, I wanted to share some memories of September - December of 2016 in Room 207.


 Penny Chemical Reaction
 Multiples Math Game

Writer's Notebook Fashion Show

 Rocket Day!

 We built these!

 Group Work during Social Studies

 We are all connected during Morning Meeting

We work all over the room.  Do you see Tremont?

4th grade loves PJ day!

 Student Council speeches

Marshmallow Flippers

 Becoming the Statue of Liberty

Using the Green Screen

 Lowell Mills lunch

December concert

Mrs. Eagar (formerly Ms. Hayes) a Mystery Guest Reader

Mackenzie's uncle, Harry, who serves in the Air Force and went to Pine Glen came and read to us

Mrs. Lynch read to us and did a fish activity.

Tremont is ready to learn more. Are you?