"... for it God who works in you, both to will and to work for His good pleasure." Philippians 2:13
Using an inquiry approach, we invite children to actively learn about their world. This constructivist approach lends itself to problem solving, simulations, research experiments, journaling, visualizing, and other student centered and student directed activities. We strive to build an engaged, independent, and organized Christian learner. Fifth grade activities are selected to correlate with state standards and St. Paul Lutheran School curriculum.
American Colonies’ Party and Book Oscar Party
Space/US Constitution Simulation
Underground Railroad Experience at Hale Farm
Book Oscars & Book Clubs
Science Lab Activities
Trip to Dearborn, MI(Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village)
Learning is a life-long endeavor. We, as educators, continually challenge ourselves to grow in our profession in order to enrich our students’ learning. We take classes, attend seminars, use technology, and read professional periodicals in order to be informed of the best methods and practices in education.