As we explained how the first Americans theoretically arrived to North America, we began to discuss the similarities of historians and scientists. The keyword “theory” appeared in our lesson and led us to talking about the scientific method and thus…Ibn Al-Haytham, the first scientist.
Art is part of the elective course curriculum here at Al-Rasheed Academy. We’ve wasted no time. This past week our 4th graders got a little help from an old pro, the late Bob Ross. Before getting into his clip, take a look at some of our still life art.
The subject: an empty 13 oz breakfast smoothie bottle.
The assignment: for 9/10, draw a split image of bottle and on 9/17, paint a split image of the same bottle for last week. The results were great! See some of them below, or stop by the school and get a closer look at the 4th grade visual arts collection.
Can you guess which one is the teacher’s? Let me know by posting a comment.
Cells are the smallest most basic unit of life. The first chapter in our 4th grade science texts wants us to know that all living things, plants, animals and human beings, have cells. We even spent a little time going over the science video below to learn more. Check it out for yourselves.
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Ustath Shaheed Ali