The 4th graders used various building materials to represent spooky scenes today. They also analyzed Tuck Everlasting as “Literary Luminaries,” finding quotes to best represent the characters, conflict, and setting. The class split up for some problem solving so the new students could learn the first level of Hands-On-Equations, while the “old-timers” worked on some tricky exemplar problems. Then, the students worked on selecting Genius Hour topics and writing their research questions. During all of this, Dylan, our current photographer, snapped some shots!