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Oceans

Ms. Channels 2nd graders have been remarkably busy so far in 2021! The class is working on knowing all the world oceans and their locations. Do you know the largest ocean (the Pacific) and the smallest ocean (the Arctic ocean)?…

The Wolf

This week Mrs. Adkins’ 1st graders learned all about the idiom of Biblical origin, “the wolf in sheep’s clothing”. The class discussed this Fable of Aesop and what the moral of this story was, that things are not always what…

Music

  Let there be music! Last year Ivywood Classical Academy was awarded a grant by Michigan Charter Schools. One of the many items we were able to obtain with this wonderful grant was musical instruments for our students to use…
butterflies

Butterflies

Ms. Channels’ 2nd graders would like to introduce to you Thomas Jefferson, Joy, Nellie and Snuggles!  This class had the wonderful experience of watching 4 caterpillars transform into beautiful butterflies.  On Thursday morning the class watched as 3 of the…

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10/4/20: Information Regarding the Supreme Court Ruling

Good afternoon Ivywood families – PLEASE READ, IMPORTANT INFORMATION BELOW. The Michigan Supreme Court ruled on Friday regarding Governor Whitmer’s authority to issue or renew executive orders relating to Covid-19 beyond April 30th. We understand that recent Executive Orders and…
Teacher performing experiment with flour and ball

Energy

Mrs. Knutsen’s 4th grade class is studying energy in Science right now.  In this demonstration, the class was investigating how speed relates to energy as Mrs. Knutsen dropped a ball and a marshmallow into flour from various heights. Mrs. Knutsen…
Math book and teacher holding Sand Dollar

Sand Dollars

Who knew that you could learn science while doing math?  Well, Mrs. Radziewicz’s kindergartners did just that this week.  While doing a math lesson that involved counting sand dollars, the class learned some quick fun facts about sand dollars.  Did…
Students social distanced and reading outside

Outdoor Reading

This gorgeous Fall weather we are having is perfect for doing so many things outdoors these days.  In fact, it is a perfect time to get outside and read!  Ms. Connell’s 5th grade class took advantage of the beautiful weather…
3rd grade American Flag art

Patriot Day

Mrs. Reinhart’s 3rd graders recently learned about Patriot Day and those who we remember and honor on this day.  The students individually worked on sections of this American flag and each section represents the students as unique individuals.  This flag…