Students perform a musical arrangement of "Joe Turner's Blues" on a variety of pitched and unpitched instruments.Uploaded May 09, 2017by Anthony Richardson
Using Green Screen technology, our class reported about things we've been learning about the American Flag. Thanks to Mr. Gooch for his assistance.Uploaded Apr 13, 2017by Vicki Kinder
During our Compliment Party, Brandon Kinder helped us write a song using a list we made of the things we've been studying. We had fun!Uploaded Apr 13, 2017by Vicki Kinder
Second grade performed this song about the Constitution for K-2. Enjoy!Uploaded Sep 21, 2016by Vicki Kinder
It is a sentence, it is a sentence.
Starts with a capital letter.
Has a complete thought and punctuation.
That's how we know it is a sentence.
A predicate tells what happens, what happens, what happens.
A predicate tells what happens in every sentence.
A subject tells who or what, tells, who or what, tells, who or what.
A subject tells who or what the predicate is about.