SWS Curriculum

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Grandpa uncovers the family secret, a meteorite.

Stone walls are the signature landforms of New England. They provide an avenue through which children of all ages, their teachers, and their parents can explore their natural and social environment in their classrooms and beyond.

This K-8 curriculum is differentiated into three levels.  Each  level emphasizes the same essential questions and ultimate understandings and utilizes stone walls as a catalyst for deeper exploration and inquiry

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In this section, we emphasize Grades 3-5 because our principal teaching resource, Stone Wall Secrets, is targeted at that grade level.

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Large feldspar crystals (phenocrysts) in a massive granite. Kezar Lake, NH.


Link back to Overview – Elementary