Mrs. Lesser's Classroom

Yukon Public Schools

Colonial Garb

December 3, 2013 by Mrs. Lesser 4 Comments

In Social Studies class, we have been learning a great deal about what life was like for colonial children. We discovered that they were similar to us in some ways, like going to school and enjoying games and sports. However, … Continue reading

Gobble Gobble

December 2, 2013 by Mrs. Lesser 3 Comments

We had a great time celebrating Thanksgiving in class last week with some delicious, edible crafts! We made turkeys using Oreos, Reese’s Pieces, chocolate icing, Whoppers and miniature Reese’s cups. These yummy treats fueled our brains as we wrote essays … Continue reading

Welcome Back!

August 20, 2013 by Mrs. Lesser 18 Comments

Students and Parents – I am so excited that you visited our class website! I am really looking forward to a great year with this wonderful new group of students. This website is an excellent way to stay connected with … Continue reading

Harlem Shake

February 20, 2013 by Mrs. Lesser 7 Comments

In case you haven’t seen the Harlem Shake trend that is going around YouTube, I would recommend watching a few. Willing participants in our class decided to take part in this silly fad during recess time today. I was a … Continue reading

Lovebugs <3

February 19, 2013 by Mrs. Lesser 10 Comments

What a wonderful Valentine’s Day we had in fifth grade this year! We had so many cookies and cupcakes and chocolates and cream puffs that we were all reeling from a sugar high for the rest of the week We … Continue reading

Narnia Projects

December 15, 2012 by Mrs. Lesser 1 Comment

We just finished the amazing¬†second book in the Chronicles of Narnia series, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe¬†by CS Lewis. Students were captivated by the fantastical adventures of Edmund, Lucy, Susan, Peter, and all the characters they met when … Continue reading

Gummy Bear Fossils

November 5, 2012 by Mrs. Lesser 7 Comments

Before we left for our three-day weekend, we discussed fossils in science class. We learned that fossils can be either remains from dead animals and plants or imprints left behind after those remains have been covered by sediment and layers … Continue reading