Girls in grades 3-5 finished up their half-year elective course with a culminating video of news stories and reports.
Lower School Blog
The entire Lower School engaged in the Cardboard Challenge, a design thinking challenge where students worked collaboratively and creatively to build natural or man-made structures from around the world. Each grade was assigned a continent, research was done in the classrooms and then structures were built in a three hour period in the Gym. The only materials used were cardboard, glue, tape and black markers.
At the annual Drama Share on Tuesday, Grade 5 wrote and performed, with the help of Erin Cawley their teacher, a sharing of the activities and lessons that they have been working on in class.
Grade 3 students examined two different artists, Deborah Butterfield and S.D. Nelson for inspiration, and then designed their own horses with an emphasis on color, texture, and symbols. Check out these amazing creations.
The Studio, a inspirational hub in Lincoln’s Lower School, is a place of provocation and exploration for children ages 3-6 years who are members of the Oak Room (Nursery), Ginkgo Room (Pre-Kindergarten), and Kindergarten classes. From floor to ceiling, in the Studio students are surrounded by the wonders of nature, enmeshed in a tactile and sensory learning experience, and challenged to play and discover worlds they never dreamed possible.