We had some clever answers for this first caption in our contest (although I think mine was best!).  

Caption Contest:

Here is volume V. of the  Monsoon Name Riddles

(Answers due Friday, May 4.)

​​                          Current Puzzlers:

Click above to see two completely different fish made with the same three puzzle pieces.

​​                          Past Puzzlers:

Click above and print the five-piece fish puzzle.  Last year, students thought the faint box was supposed to be cut out, which made the three-piece puzzle a five-piece one.  Make a fish, another animal, or any other cool design.

Here are the  standings for the

Monsoon Name Riddles Trimester III:

(Hey, look!  Brooke B's not in first place!!)


26:  Reed E

24:  Amanda R

22:  Mrs. Soares

20:  Isobel P


19:  Emma D

​18:  Brooke B

12:  Brooke B,   Emma D

11:  Rachel H

10:  Gus H,   Kelly E


9:   Connor K,   Tess B,   Abbiddee W

8.  Lauryn B,   Mr. Phillips

7:   MJ,   Lindsay  


Click above to see one fish and one duck made with the same five puzzle pieces.

Click on the button above.  Print out  the Tree-In-A-Box Puzzle.  The 5 triangles and one rectangle that make up the tree must all fit in the larger rectangular  "box", with no overlap.

                          Current Name Riddles:

                            Past Name Riddles:

                 Challenge Videos:

              Student-Created Name Riddles:

Science Puzzlers

Take a look at the photo.  Can you think of a good (appropriate) caption?  Want to share it with others?  Click the button to the right to write your caption in Mrs. Domitrz's Google Classroom.


Captions due Friday, May 4.

Once you have clever, appropriate caption, click the button above.  The classroom code is zea6lf.  Then add your caption to the page.  Take a look at other captions.

 

Captions due Friday, May 4.

Click above and print out the three-piece fish puzzle.  In addition to a fish, can you make other animals or cool designs?  Show me, or email me photos!

Click on the button above.  Here's the solution to the Tree-In-A-Box Puzzle.  Good effort from all who shared their work with me!

Not sure of some of your classmates' names?  Here's a list of all the students (and  7th and 8th grade student assistants) on the team.