The signs explaining how to “use” the weather rocks have been decorated. Now the Kindergarteners must tie a pair of knots on the sign so that it can accompany their rocks.
After many weeks of design and construction, the Kindergarteners’ weather rocks finally get outside to do some meteorological monitoring.
More students working on lashing their sticks together, and some students trying their luck tying a rope around their rock.
After an outdoor supply run, and a little collaborative help from classmates, some of the weather rock supports get up and standing.
The essential task of planning is completed by Kindergarteners. What are they building? Weather rocks!
Work begins on our public art displays to draw attention to the environmental issues brought about by invasive species.