Sunday, January 27, 2019

How to access history youtube videos


1.  Go to youtube.com.
2.  In the search bar, type Heather Felter and search.
3.  When the pictures and channels come up, click the one with the picture of me white water rafting (the first one).
4.  About the middle of the page, you will see the words Uploads, Public, PLAY ALL.  Click the word Uploads.
5.  Scroll down until you find the title of the video you are looking for. 
6.  Click the video and watch.  You still may need to get notes from a classmate as sometimes you cannot read the notes on the video.

OR....click here!
Mrs. Felter's History Youtube Videos

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

December Book Report Schedule

December 3:  Judah and Sarah
December 4:  Olivia and Joshua
December 5:  Courtney and Anthony
December 6:  Grace and Jordan
December 7:  Mason and Anna

December 10:  Elijah and Jonathan
December 11:  Addy and Victoria
December 12:  Clarissa and Megan
December 13:  Jacob and Hayden
December 14:  Kylie

Thursday, October 25, 2018

Recipe Lunch Day

Tuesday (and Wednesday) was a great day to enjoy our recipes and the "sending off" of our book, Fifth Grade Family Favorites.  We had so much food, we ate on it later that day and the next day, too!  We are looking forward to our book being published and seeing the final product.  Thank you to those who helped cook our family favorites; they were yummy!




Saturday, October 13, 2018

What a beautiful day!

We had an absolutely wonderful time on our field trip to Pennsylvania Colonial Plantation where we chopped wood, dipped candles, and baked in a colonial kitchen.  It was a beautiful day to be outside, enjoy one another, and learn a little something.  Thank you to our chaperones:  Mrs. Trout, Mrs. Smoker, Mrs. Landis, Mrs. Livengood, Mr. Mabus, and Miss Peckman (our intern from the High School).







Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Day of Serving

What a great day we had "serving our basket."   The boys were at the Smoker farm picking pumpkins (almost 3000 of them!) and the girls were helping Dr. Hurst with all sorts of things (raking acorns, cleaning out closets, and washing cars to name a few).  Everyone was safe and we (hopefully) blessed many; mission accomplished!