Because playing games helps students practice and reinforce learning, Grace School teachers are intentional about incorporating play-based games in lessons.
Parents – you can too! Have your child roll a dice numbered 1-4. After rolling the dice, ask your child to place that many red Pom-Poms (apples) onto an apple tree. Not only are apples one of the many fruits that can be harvested during the Fall season, your child is practicing one-to-one correspondence through play! #ilovegraceschool #preschool #Houston #parenting ... See MoreSee Less
Building writers starts day one in #kindergarten. Our students learn that each day is a treasure as they transfer their unique stories to daily writings. It also always helps to have your favorite teddy bear cheering you on! Learn more about Kindergarten at Grace School: zcu.io/fTv7... See MoreSee Less
Grace School students don’t just accept laws of physics. We measure their understanding by challenging them to prove the theories with their own designs. In our 8th grade Integrated Physics and Chemistry class, students built machines with six energy transfers and developed four different simple machines that would open a card to reveal a hidden message. Through this process, the students proved that the formula worked by calculating the amount of power being produced by their machines. ... See MoreSee Less