Check out these super cool self portraits created by our 1st Graders! They used shapes and Google Drawing to draw a portrait of themselves!
What does it meant o #BeEasley? Well...our 4th graders wrote their own hashtags to tell what it means the them. Check em out below!
Fifth graders created Memes that related in some capacity to technology. Check out our quirky, fun, silly, laugh out loud 5th grade creations!
Mrs. Denton's 2nd grade class did research on insects and created non-fiction books using Book Creator. Check out the links below to read and learn about your favorite insects. Be sure to check back soon...these are hot off the press
It's almost summer break. Need some good books to read while you are away from school? Check out our 5th grade book trailers to find some good ones!
Balde's Class Trailers:
Yehling's Class Trailers:
Sathy's Class Trailers:
McArthur's Class Trailers:
Kindergarten students created a Memory Book using Little Bird Tales. Click on the links below to hear more about their special first year of school!
Third Grade students investigated and chose a country to research. They learned all about the geography, plants, animals, lifestyle, and people of that country. Groups presented their findings using Little Bird Tales and gave their opinion on why you should visit their special place. Check out the Tales below for some excellent reasons to travel to some amazing places! Where will you go?
Next Stop, Germany
Egypt is Amazing
Trip to Italy
Our Trip to Brazil
A Trip to Chile
All About Mexico
Learn About the U.A.E.
All About Germany
All About the Philippines
All About Mexico
Trip to Madagascar
Amazing Facts About China
The Wonderful Place of Peru
Learn About England
A Trip to Russia
Welcome to China
2nd Graders utilized the famous Japanese Poetry writing style to create their own "What Am I?" Haiku's. Enjoy the poetry and see how many you can figure out before advancing to the answer. Good Luck! Great job 2nd Graders!
Third Graders have been learning about geometry and different polygons and quadrilaterals. Students chose different polygons for their "What Does the Shape Say" activity. Then they wrote about the different attributes their shape has and used Chatterpix to share! Check out some examples below.
I am the Technology Specialist at Easley Year-Round Elementary School. I LOVE to share some of the thoughtful and creative work in which our students are engaged. I am very proud of our students for honing their 21st Century Skills and for having the confidence to successfully use so many great technology tools!