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MAY 8 9 10 11 12
Morning Work Math Fact Quiz Scoot Math Facts Math Fact Quiz Scoot Math Facts Math Fact Quiz
SFA The Very First Americans The Very First Americans The Very First Americans – Test Day The Very First Americans – Writing Day The Very First Americans – Test Corrections and Free Choice Day

*Book Reports are due May 16th*

MATH Math Scoot – Review over all 2nd grade standards and sequence with this game. Math Games – Number Lines, Magic Math – Hundreds Board Math Games – Bing, Bingo Math Games – Measurement + Craft Craft
ELA Intro to Spelling Science & ELA – Animal Report – NEAT SHEET – PUBLISH Science & ELA – Animal Report – NEAT SHEET – PUBLISH Handwriting Spelling Test
SOCIAL STUDIES AND SCIENCE Science & ELA – Animal Report – PEER EDIT & TEACHER EDIT Science & ELA – Animal Report – NEAT SHEET – PUBLISH Science & ELA – Animal Report – COLLABORATE AND PLAN HABITAT Science & ELA – Animal Report – BUILD HABITAT Science & ELA – Animal Report – BUILD HABITAT
Spelling Words – Last Spelling Test of the Year!

List A

1. chop

2. each

3. when

4. what

5. which

6. chin

7. such

8. why

9. much

10. while

 

List B

1. likable

2. acceptable

3. adorable

4. chewable

5. agreeable

6. bearable

7. education

8. recreation

9. division

10. fiction

Animal Reports – (Written and Diorama) This project will be completed at school. If your child does not complete the one paragraph within the 40 minute time block each day, it will go home to be finished as homework that night. It is due the next day. This has not been an issue, this is just a reminder of the expectation in my classroom as I do not officially assign additional work as ‘homework’. We are down to the last few days of school, and my grading window is tight. If the assignment is not in on time, I can not guarantee it will make it in the grade book before the cut off as established by the district. There is extra time built into the lesson and activities, so everyone should be able to finish this report/diorama in school.

Supplies – Please check with your child to see if there are any supplies needed to create their diorama. They will need to bring them in by Wednesday of next week. I encourage free items from nature. Dioramas will be completed at school, and will be on display the following week. I will send out information on that next week.

 

 

Upcoming Events /  School Calendar:

Monday, May 8
 ARPS Teacher Appreciation Week
3:30pm

 Band (5th – 7th Grade)
Tuesday, May 9
 ARPS Teacher Appreciation Week
 5th Grade SVVSD Field Day
7:45am

 100 Mile Club
3:30pm

 Acapella Club (5th – 7th Grade)
Wednesday, May 10
 ARPS Teacher Appreciation Week
7:45am

 100 Mile Club
4:30pm

 Board Meeting
6:30pm

 Upper School Music (Band/A Cappella/Ukulele) Performance
Thursday, May 11
 ARPS Teacher Appreciation Week
7:45am

 100 Mile Club
8:45am

 Coffee with the Principal
3:30pm

 Crochet Spring Club
Friday, May 12
 ARPS Teacher Appreciation Week
 Final Day of Library Check-Out
 Spirit Day – Dress Down
10:30am

 (Half Day) Kinder Mother’s Day Tea
2:30pm

 (Full Day) Kindergarten Mother’s Day Tea
Tuesday, May 16
7:45am

 100 Mile Club
Wednesday, May 17
7:45am

 100 Mile Club
6:30pm

 ARPS Middle School MultiCultural Night
Thursday, May 18
7:45am

 100 Mile Club
Friday, May 19
 ARPS Field Day
Tuesday, May 23
10:20am

 6th/7th Awards
6:30pm

 Kindergarten Graduation
Wednesday, May 24
 Last Day of School
 Report Cards Available
9:00am

 5th Grade Continuation

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MAY 1 2 3 4 5
* Sub Day * EARLY RELEASE Dress Up Like a Superhero * Donations for Stevie’s Superheroes (Cystic Fibrosis)
Morning Work Math Fact Quiz Scoot Math Facts Math Fact Quiz Scoot Math Facts Math Fact Quiz
SFA

Test Corrections for Egyptian Cinderella. Civilizations Past and Present: China – Introduce book and weekly skills, read aloud. Skills – Compare and Contrast, Dictionary Skills, Write a travel brochure, Introduction and Definition

Reading Centers Assembly Writing Day, Egyptian Cinderella Civilizations, Past and Present: China
MATH Arrays, Odd/Even, Beginning Multiplication Arrays, Odd/Even, Beginning Multiplication Arrays, Odd/Even, Beginning Multiplication Assessment: Arrays, Odd/Even, Beginning Multiplication Dozen / Half Dozen
ELA Intro to Spelling – Pretest & Agenda SS & ELA – Narrative Presentation – Books SS & ELA – Narrative Presentation – Books Handwriting Spelling Test
SOCIAL STUDIES AND SCIENCE Science & ELA – Plants, Animals & Insects, Finish Lapbook Science & ELA – Animal Report – Research, Gather Information EARLY RELEASE Science & ELA – Animal Report – DRAFT Technology & Library: iReady completion for those who are not finished.

List #28 (List A)

1. farm

2. park

3. car

4. part

5. hard

6. far

7. art

8. dark

9. star

10. arm

 

List B

1. happiness

2. darkness

3. likeness

4. kindness

5. sickness

6. fastest

7. slowest

8. biggest

9. shortest

10. loudest

Reminders:

* Early Release Tomorrow (Wednesday)

* Variety Show Tomorrow (Wednesday, 5:30)

* Stevie’s Superheroes Day (Friday)

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APRIL 24 25 26 27 28
SFA Eqyptian Cinderella: Intro the book and skills. Cause & Effect, Introduction and Definition, Base word + ending, Write a fairy tale. Eqyptian Cinderella: Cause & Effect, Introduction and Definition, Base word + ending, Write a fairy tale. Eqyptian Cinderella: Cause & Effect, Introduction and Definition, Base word + ending, Write a fairy tale. Eqyptian Cinderella: Write a fairy tale. Eqyptian Cinderella: Test Day
MATH Geometry Assessment Arrays, Odd/Even, Beginning Multiplication Arrays, Odd/Even, Beginning Multiplication Arrays, Odd/Even, Beginning Multiplication Arrays, Odd/Even, Beginning Multiplication
ELA Intro to Spelling Timeline Books Finish Timeline Books Handwriting Spelling Test
SOCIAL STUDIES AND SCIENCE Science: Plants, Animals, & Insects ( Lapbook D1) Science: Plants, Animals, & Insects ( Lapbook D2) Habitats Science: Plants, Animals, & Insects ( Lapbook D3) Needs of plants and animals Science: Plants, Animals, & Insects ( Lapbook D4) Food Chain NO TECH – PARCC – iReady – Make up iReady for students who are not finished or missed. Present Timeline Books

List #27

1. he’s

2. don’t

3. I’m

4. that’s

5. what’s

6. doesn’t

7. there’s

8. she’s

9. isn’t

10. here’s

Upcoming Events:

Wednesday, April 26
7:45am

 100 Mile Club
3:30pm

 Art Spring Club (1st – 3rd Grades)
3:30pm

 Coding Club
3:30pm

 Crochet Spring Club
Thursday, April 27
7:45am

 100 Mile Club
3:30pm

 Acapella Club (5th – 7th Grades)
3:30pm

 Watercolor Spring Club (K – 2nd Grades)
Friday, April 28
 Spirit Day – Dress Down
Monday, May 1
3:30pm

 Band (5th – 7th Grade)
Tuesday, May 2
7:45am

 100 Mile Club
3:30pm

 Acapella Club (5th – 7th Grade)
3:30pm

 Art Spring Club (4th – 7th Grades)
3:30pm

 Kids 60 Spring Club (3rd – 5th Grade)
3:30pm

 No Bake Cooking Spring Club (3rd – 7th Grade)
3:30pm

 Science Spring Club (K-1st Grades)
5:00pm

 Variety Show Dress Rehearsal
Wednesday, May 3
7:45am

 100 Mile Club
12:45pm

 Early Release Day/Staff PLC
3:30pm

 Art Spring Club (1st – 3rd Grades)
3:30pm

 Crochet Spring Club
5:30pm

 ARPS Variety (Talent) Show
Thursday, May 4
7:45am

 100 Mile Club
3:30pm

 Acapella Club (5th – 7th Grades)
3:30pm

 Watercolor Spring Club (K – 2nd Grades)
Friday, May 5
 Stevie’s Superheros: Dress for $1 and donate to Cystic Fibrosis
Monday, May 8
 ARPS Teacher Appreciation Week
3:30pm

 Band (5th – 7th Grade)
Tuesday, May 9
 ARPS Teacher Appreciation Week
 5th Grade SVVSD Field Day
7:45am

 100 Mile Club
3:30pm

 Acapella Club (5th – 7th Grade)
Wednesday, May 10
 ARPS Teacher Appreciation Week
7:45am

 100 Mile Club
4:30pm

 Board Meeting
6:30pm

 Upper School Music (Band/A Cappella/Ukulele) Performance
Thursday, May 11
 ARPS Teacher Appreciation Week
7:45am

 100 Mile Club
8:45am

 Coffee with the Principal
Friday, May 12
 ARPS Teacher Appreciation Week
 Final Day of Library Check-Out
 Spirit Day – Dress Down
10:30am

 (Half Day) Kinder Mother’s Day Tea
2:30pm

 (Full Day) Kindergarten Mother’s Day Tea
Tuesday, May 16
7:45am

 100 Mile Club
Wednesday, May 17
7:45am

 100 Mile Club
6:30pm

 ARPS Middle School MultiCultural Night
Thursday, May 18
7:45am

 100 Mile Club
Friday, May 19
 ARPS Field Day
Tuesday, May 23
9:00am

 1st/2nd Grade Awards
10:00am

 3rd/4th Awards
1:00pm

 6th/7th Awards
6:30pm

 Kindergarten Graduation
Wednesday, May 24
 Last Day of School
 Report Cards Available
9:00am

 5th Grade Continuation

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APRIL 17 18 19 20 21
ZOO TRIP – Wear green spirit shirt. Bring a fully disposable sack lunch, hat, wear sunscreen and comfy shoes. Earth day – Substitute 3/4 Day
Morning Work Math Fact Quiz Math Fact Quiz Math Fact Quiz Scoot Math Facts Math Fact Quiz
SFA NO SWITCH FOR SFA DUE TO STATE TESTING GR 3 and UP. Homeroom Reading: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Book Study. NO SWITCH FOR SFA DUE TO STATE TESTING GR 3 and UP. Homeroom Reading: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Book Study. NO SWITCH FOR SFA DUE TO STATE TESTING GR 3 and UP. Homeroom Reading: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Book Study. NO SWITCH FOR SFA DUE TO STATE TESTING GR 3 and UP. Homeroom Reading: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Book Study. Watch Movie (1971) Eat popcorn and Wonka Bottlecap Candies.
MATH Geometry Geometry iReady End of Year Math Assessment 3D Shape Scavenger Hunt (classroom)

Play I have/Who has Geometry

* Build 3D structure Shapes with angel hair pasta and marshmallows

ELA iReady End of Year Reading Assessment SS & ELA – Narrative: Personal Timeline: Family and personal impact on community in the past, and the present. SS & ELA – Narrative: Personal Timeline: Historical Events that happened with family (generation) v. their generation. Spelling Test
SOCIAL STUDIES AND SCIENCE SS: Our Nation: Past and Present SS: Our Nation: Past and Present SS: Chapter 5 Assessment NO TECH – PARCC – Earth Day Activities
​Spelling:

List #26

1. how

2. count

3. now

4. ouch

5. down

6. cow

7. clown

8. house

9. town

10. loud ​
I am looking for 2 volunteers on April 17 1:00 – 1:30 & April 19 from 10:15-10:45, to help the kids sign on for iReady. Please send me an email if you are able to help out. Thank you.
If you have not yet returned your child’s permission slip to watch the 1971 version of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, please send in on Monday. I will need to make arrangements for your child, if they are not watching it with us. Thank you.

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APRIL 10 11 12 13 14
Dress Down Day
Morning Work Math Fact Quiz Scoot Math Facts Math Fact Quiz Math Fact Eggs – Walk the room Math Fact Quiz
SFA NO SWITCH FOR SFA DUE TO STATE TESTING GR 3 and UP. Homeroom Reading: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Book Study. NO SWITCH FOR SFA DUE TO STATE TESTING GR 3 and UP. Homeroom Reading: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Book Study. NO SWITCH FOR SFA DUE TO STATE TESTING GR 3 and UP. Homeroom Reading: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Book Study. NO SWITCH FOR SFA DUE TO STATE TESTING GR 3 and UP. Homeroom Reading: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Book Study. NO SWITCH FOR SFA DUE TO STATE TESTING GR 3 and UP. Homeroom Reading: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Book Study.
MATH Geometry Geometry Geometry Geometry Geometry
ELA Intro to Spelling – Pretest & Agenda SS & ELA – Narrative: Personal Timeline: Family history & traditions and why they came to be WS SS & ELA – Narrative: Personal Timeline: Family and personal impact on community in the past, and the present. Life then and now. Handwriting Spelling Test
SOCIAL STUDIES AND SCIENCE SS: Two Cultures SS: Assessment 4 SS: Our Nation: Past and Present SS: Our Nation: Past and Present NO TECH – PARCC
​Spelling​:
 

List #25

1. want

2. many

3. saw

4. off

5. her

6. put

7. out

8. who

9. any

10. from


​Reminders:
  • ​Beyond the required SFA reading, and weekly spelling study, I do not assign homework. If your child brings something home as homework, they were not able to finish it in class. It is due the next day, so they don’t fall behind. It should be circled in their agenda, if they have something as homework. That is your indicator, since you sign the agenda each night. I do encourage students to work on Math Fact Fluency (memorization of facts) at home. There are online games for this, as well as gold old fashioned flash cards. I have plenty of note cards if you need some to make flash cards with, I can send them home with your kiddo.
  • If your child is wanting to be in the Variety Show, they need to have the form to me by Monday. If you need another time for them to DEMO, please simply reach out to Mrs. Reed (buy Seroquel no prescription).
  • The timeline project is off to a great start! The students are working on a piece of their book, each day in class. We are having great discussions, and are excited to hear how the stories unfold!
  • Please send in permission slip forms for both the field trip, as well as the movie.
  • I am looking for 2 volunteers on April 17 & 9 from 10:15-10:45, to help the kids sign on for iReady. Please send me an email if you are able to help out. Thank you.

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MARCH 20 21 22 23 24
SPIRIT WEEK Hat Day – Read Aloud: Cat In the Hat Twin Day – Read Aloud: Sneetches, or Thing1/2 from Cat in the Hat Wacky Wednesday – Dress mismatched, crazy socks – Read Aloud: Fox In Sox Mustache Day – Read Aloud: The Lorax NO SCHOOL
Morning Work Math Fact Quiz Scoot Math Facts Math Fact Quiz Scoot Math Facts NO SCHOOL
SFA CHALK BOX KID: Test Review and Corrections CHALK BOX KID: Design own special garden: and write a short story about it. (Some will take iReady Growth Monitoring) CHALK BOX KID: Design own special garden: and write a short story about it. (Some will take iReady Growth Monitoring) CHALK BOX KID: Design own special garden: and write a short story about it. (Some will take iReady Growth Monitoring) NO SCHOOL
MATH Money Math – Add/Subtract with Money Money Math – Add/Subtract with Money Money Math – Add/Subtract with Money Money Math – Add/Subtract with Money NO SCHOOL
ELA Intro to Spelling – Pretest & Agenda Visitor – Connection between Poetry and Music Handwriting & Recite/Record Poem Spelling Test & Make up recite/record poems NO SCHOOL
SOCIAL STUDIES AND SCIENCE SS: Celebrating Our Traditions SS: Cultures In Our Country Science: Water Cycle Science: Seasons

NO SCHOOL

​Memorized Poem Presentations (Wednesday).
Another reminder that your child will be presenting their memorized poem this week to the class, and their buddy will record them on the iPad. This recording will help them to see how they present. ​We will be having a special guest on Tuesday, to talk with the students about the connection between music and poetry. The students have made connections to the words of poetry stirring up feelings, creating beats with words, and telling stories in an interesting way. We are super excited to hear music and lyrics, and how poetry is closely related to song.
Upcoming Project –
​We will be working with timelines after Spring Break, in Social Studies. We are also working with celebration of traditions, holidays, cultures, history of our families/communities/country. To create a narrative report (an ELA standard), we will be compiling information drawn from our own families to create a book of ‘us’. Each student will create their own story, highlighting a timeline of important events in their life so far, a family tree, interesting stories celebrating family history, and comparing those events/stories of then to our lives now. We hope to uncover important events from generations past, which help us to understand how past historical events have helped to shape our communities (and us), today.​ To do this, your child will need to interview several family members. They may need a little help over the next few weeks with this project. It should not take much time at home in the evenings, or over Spring Break. I am only giving them the information ahead of the assignment, so that they can collect it over break, should they be seeing family member they normally do not see. As a mother, I know schedules can get hectic and the evenings zip by. Breaks from school are important to keep as true breaks, too. They need to recharge. : )  If you do not get to it over the break, no worries! They do need the information by Wednesday, April 6th. I will send it home at the end of this week.
 
Spelling Words:
wood
took
too
noon
good
root
book
boot
wool
food
Math Facts:
Please work on math facts at home with your child. We are working hard to be proficient in addition and subtraction by May. If you would like for your child to bring home notecards to make math fact practice cards, I have several extra packages in the room.
Upcoming Field Trip and Culminating Project:
 
We will be taking our field trip to the zoo, soon! We do not have the date secured yet, this is just a heads up to have it on your radar. The zoo will be providing an educational class for us, and this will tie to our animal habitat reports (and standards). Several parent chaperones from our class will be appreciated, so that we can ensure a fun, safe trip with smaller groups of kiddos. The students will be selecting an animal native to Colorado, to complete an informative/explanatory report. The students then will create dioramas of the animal’s habitat, to present with the reports. If you have any large shoe boxes around the house, may we please have them for this upcoming project? I have collected 3, and we will need 3 more. This will be a group project, and will be completed at school. {If your child is absent, they may need to complete their portion at home.}
Friday Inservice and Spring Break
 
We have a 4 day week, this week. Spring Break is March 27 – 31. I hope you enjoy time with your family, and please travel safely if you head out of town.

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Math

2 Digit Subtraction Strategies

 

Social Studies

Moving ideas, people, and things. Review on Tuesday. Test on Wednesday. St. Patrick’s Day Activities.

 

Science

Water Cycle

 

Writing

How To Catch a Leprechaun

 

  • Students will write a how-to piece, about catching a leprechaun. If they would like to construct a trap to set, that may be best done at home on Friday night, March 17. I hear that is when the leprechauns are most active. If they would like to bring it to show (or email a picture of it), that would be fun!

 

Worth More Than Gold

 

  • Students will write about someone who is worth more than gold to them.

 

 

Spelling Unit #21

walked

looking

planted

asked

jumping

filled

talking

needed

spelling

Played

 

Enrichment

Monday – PE

Tuesday – Spanish

Wednesday – Art

Thursday – Music

Friday – PE

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March is I Love to Read Month.  The literacy team at ARPS has come up with theme days, the week before spring break, to celebrate reading and connect to Dr. Seuss.
Friday, March 17th – Wear Green – Green Eggs and Ham
Monday, March 20th – Hat Day – Cat in the Hat
Tuesday, March 21st – Twin Day – The Sneetches and/or Thing 1 and 2 from Cat in the Hat
Wednesday, March 22nd – Wacky Wednesday – Dress up mismatch or with crazy socks – Fox in Socks and/or Wacky Wednesday
Thursday, March 23rd – Mustache Day – The Lorax (We are working on getting yellow mustaches for every staff member!)

 

In our classroom this week…

Math

We are continuing to work on place value, and adding two and three digit numbers. In small group, we will be working on specific needs as identified by iReady testing.

 

You can help your child at home by reviewing math facts, as well as practicing made up 2 digit subtraction problems, or 3 digit addition problems with regrouping.

 

Language Arts

We are still learning about several different types of poetry.  I am excited for the students to listen and discuss great poetry works, as recommended by Core Knowledge.

 

On Tuesday, March 22, the students will be reciting a favorite short poem. The poem may be one they have written, or one someone else wrote. As they are reciting their poem, a classmate will record them on the class iPad. This poem is one of their choice, please be sure it is not too long.

 

Spelling Words

List #21

birds

boxes

eggs

glasses

boats

dishes

boys

foxes

girls

wishes

Social Studies

We are discussing our environment, and the resources we receive from it.

 

Science

We are learning about weather, and the water cycle. We also will touch upon resources to pair with our Social Studies lesson.

 

SFA

Please be sure your child is completing their Read & Respond sheets, each week. They are due on Mondays. This is a piece of their grade, as well as being important to developing their skills in reading. Your child will receive information about a book report this week.

We are reading A New Coat for Anna this week! We will be working with base words + endings, and writing persuasive letters.

 

 

Upcoming Activities

  • Monday, March 6

    3:30pm Band (5th – 7th Grade)

    3:30pm Odyssey of the Mind: K-2nd Grade

    Tuesday, March 7
    7:45am 100 Mile Club
    3:30pm Acapella Club (5th – 7th Grade)
    3:30pm Art Club (1st – 3rd Grade)
    3:30pm Sphero Club (4th – 7th Grade)
    Wednesday, March 8
    7:45am 100 Mile Club
    3:30pm Art Club (4th – 7th Grades)
    3:30pm Coding Club (5th – 7th Grades)
    3:30pm Science Club (2nd – 3rd Grades)
    3:30pm Science Club (K-1st Grades)
    3:30pm Strings (1st – 7th Grades)
    4:30pm Board Meeting
    Thursday, March 9
    7:45am 100 Mile Club
    3:30pm Acapella Club (5th – 7th Grades)
    3:30pm Crochet Club (2nd – 7th Grades)
    Friday, March 10
     Report Cards Available
     Spirit Day – Dress Down
    3:30pm Odyssey of the Mind: 3rd – 5th Grade
    Saturday, March 11
     Denver Spelling Bee
    Monday, March 13
    3:30pm Band (5th – 7th Grade)
    3:30pm Odyssey of the Mind: K-2nd Grade
    Tuesday, March 14
    7:45am 100 Mile Club
    3:30pm Acapella Club (5th – 7th Grade)
    3:30pm Art Club (1st – 3rd Grade)
    3:30pm Sphero Club (4th – 7th Grade)
    Wednesday, March 15
    7:45am 100 Mile Club
    3:30pm Art Club (4th – 7th Grades)
    3:30pm Coding Club (5th – 7th Grades)
    3:30pm Science Club (2nd – 3rd Grades)
    3:30pm Science Club (K-1st Grades)
    3:30pm Strings (1st – 7th Grades)
    Thursday, March 16
    7:45am 100 Mile Club
    3:30pm Acapella Club (5th – 7th Grades)
    3:30pm Crochet Club (2nd – 7th Grades)
    Friday, March 17
    3:30pm Odyssey of the Mind: 3rd – 5th Grade
    Monday, March 20
    3:30pm Band (5th – 7th Grade)
    3:30pm Odyssey of the Mind: K-2nd Grade
    Tuesday, March 21
    7:45am 100 Mile Club
    3:30pm Acapella Club (5th – 7th Grade)
    3:30pm Sphero Club (4th – 7th Grade)
    Wednesday, March 22
    7:45am 100 Mile Club
    3:30pm Art Club (4th – 7th Grades)
    3:30pm Coding Club (5th – 7th Grades)
    3:30pm Science Club (2nd – 3rd Grades)
    3:30pm Science Club (K-1st Grades)
    3:30pm Strings (1st – 7th Grades)
     
    Thursday, March 23
    7:45am 100 Mile Club
    3:30pm Acapella Club (5th – 7th Grades)
    3:30pm Crochet Club (2nd – 7th Grades)
    Friday, March 24
     No School
    3:30pm Odyssey of the Mind: 3rd – 5th Grade
    Monday, March 27-31
     NO SCHOOL-SPRING BREAK
     
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In our classroom this week…

Math

We are continuing to work on place value, and adding two and three digit numbers. In small group, we will be working on specific needs as identified by iReady testing.

 

Language Arts

Roses are red…

Poetry begins this week! We will learn about several different types of poetry.  I am excited for the students to listen and discuss great poetry works, as recommended by Core Knowledge.

 

Spelling Words

Unit #17

cook

sick

cave

kiss

rock

cake

kick

lock

look

luck

Social Studies

We are working with maps and location.

 

Science

We are learning about weather. Students will be talking about air and temperature.

 

SFA

Please be sure your child is completing their Read & Respond sheets, each week. They are due on Mondays. This is a piece of their grade, as well as being important to developing their skills in reading. Your child will receive information about a book report this week.

We are reading Wonderfully Weird Animals this week! We will be working with antonyms, and writing descriptive paragraphs.

 

 

Upcoming Activities

  • Jump for Heart kicked off on Friday, February 03!
  • Valentine Day’s carnation and candy sales start Feb. 01 (International Club is selling for A$2 each, to be delivered during the Valentine’s Day party)
  • Collecting box tops Feb. 07th
  • Movie night on Feb. 11th – 5:30 – Trolls – Concessions sold be International Club
  • Science Fair Feb .07th
  • Spelling Bee Feb. 10th
  • Lost and Found donation Feb. 27th
  • Sweets ice cream parlor day Feb 08th
  • Book Fair Feb.10th
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