First graders have always enjoyed being "Appleseeds" and learning about pumpkins and this year is no different. First graders brought their own apples this year and they used their five senses to observe their difference and of course, their taste!
They graphed their class favorites. First-grade teacher Mrs. Augur said, "We’re making the most out of remote learning! Our traditions are changing but they live on!"
For pumpkin day, first grade usually shares one big pumpkin. This year it was fun for them to each bring in their own. Students measured how many cubes tall their pumpkins were and even got to see if they would sink or float. Kids at school had a bucket and some kids at home used their bathtubs!
To view a gallery of photos click here and then click on the first gallery - Apples and Pumpkins (first grade).