Our 5th-grade students spent a math class putting their skills to the test in our American Freedom Museum. With measuring tapes in hand and the charge to explore the […]
These pictures show students cutting out outlines of their bodies for a math lesson about measurement. After cutting out body outlines, students were able to compare lengths of fellow classmates using comparative […]
Brook Hill Lower School students Karissa, Kayla and Nate Dahn earned first place in their respective grade levels at the Mathnasium of Tyler “TriMathLon” completion. These Math Wiz Kids earned $100.00 for The […]
Ask a kindergarten student and they may just know the answer! They are learning how to tell time using their entire body!
Christmas bells were ringing in Mrs. Mize’s classroom on Wednesday and the tune was ruffled papers and the smell was ink and sale papers! Mrs. Mize’s classroom gave meaning to […]
Mr. Wayne Mahaffey’s Algebra 1 classes visited the American Freedom Museum today. Their objective? To discover the many options to create a real-life math problem in part to think mathmatically […]
Mrs. Dahn’s first grade class celebrated their love of learning to read by opening up a classroom library. The students each brought a favorite stuffed animal to school to read […]
Which of the following does not belong: Peanut Butter and Jelly; Fall and Football; Milk and Cookies; Freedom Museum and Math? The last…or so you might think. On Friday Mrs. […]