Baker students from grades 2-8 entertained classmates, families, faculty, and staff last Friday at our annual Student Council-sponsored talent show. Thanks to all the wonderful singers, dancers, musicians, storytellers, magicians, and unicyclists!
Fourth- and fifth-graders led workshops on a host of subjects last Friday, teaching their classmates in grades 1-5 about origami, gymnastics, chess, Greek gods, improv and playwriting, flip-book animation, Rainbow Loom, papercraft model-making, friendship bracelets, theater games, parachute games, card tricks, and finding the theme of a story. Workshop leaders conceived, created, and submitted their
Two months of hard work and innovation culminated Dec. 12 as Baker fourth- and fifth-grade students brought to market the products they developed from scratch during their semester-long Baker Business School project.
Fourth- and fifth-grade students shared their work in creating their own stage adaptation of the novel Esperanza Rising, performing a musical play for family and friends on Nov. 18 in Carlson Auditorium. Students collaborated to write the script and lyrics and compose some of their own music over the course of many weeks this fall
“I hope my students will learn they are the architects of their own future. They can choose to be the change they want to see in the world.”
Baker students from Pre-K to grade 5 gathered Wednesday morning for the Fall Music Share, an annual event that gives students the opportunity to share with their peers what they’ve been learning in music class; to practice performing in an informal environment; and to start the day by making music together! [Baker parents, see the
Fourth- and fifth-graders’ study of plate tectonics culminated with an exploration of the Earth Balloon, a 20-foot inflatable model of the earth brought to Baker by visiting educators from Earth Adventure. Entering the Earth Balloon through a flap along the International Date Line, students and teachers sat atop Antarctica inside the globe, where they could
We were thrilled to welcome best-selling children’s author Jon Scieszka to Baker on Sept. 1 for a special visit with students in grades 3-5, many of whom dressed up like scientists to celebrate his popular Frank Einstein series. Mr. Scieszka had the children howling with laughter at stories about his beloved characters, his family, and