Bloomfield’s kindergarten through sixth grade hosted their multicultural night Tuesday, May 8. The theme was the seven wonders of the natural world and the children’s families were invited to the event to check out all the students’ hard work.
Each class decorated their rooms to accomodate a specific wonder. Some also had fun games for the parents and other students to participate in.
Kindergarten was assigned the Great Barrier Reef. They learned that it is the largest reef in the world and is located east of Austrailia.
First grade received Victoria Falls located in southern Africa and learned all about the beautiful water fall.
Second grade did the Grand Canyon which is located right here in the United States in Colorado.
Third grade told their visiters they might become parched visiting their attraction which was the Paricutin Volcano in Mexico.
Fourth grade took their visiters to the Harbor of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil and learned about the animals and amazing views there.
Fifth grade endured the task of Mount Everest. They learned it was the largest mountain in the world, making it a very dangerous adventure.
Sixth graders received the beautiful Aurora Borealis, also known as the northern lights. They were told how it is said to be easier to see looking through a camera.
All the students had a great time decorating their classrooms but had an even better time visiting each others rooms and learning about all the wonders of the world by playing games and enjoying the decorations.