Math: Measuring practice sheet (to the nearest inch and 1/2 inch.
Reading: at least 20 minutes and practice to their goal-ex. ask and answer questions, main idea, important events, etc.)
Wednesday November 15: Late start and Parent Teacher Conferences
This week we will:
Reading: continue learning about different reading skills and concepts that help students become better readers and critical thinkers. We will focus on different point of views, character’s traits (feelings), ask and answer questions as well as idioms, and similes.
Please help and monitor your child reading every night and practicing their goals (found in their planners).
Writing: continue opinion writing (should they ban fidget spinners in schools?)
Math: unit 3-focus on measuring to the nearest inch and 1/2 inch. Then plot our data on a line plot and tally chart table.
Science: weather; what is weather?
Social studies: What is a historian and history? How do historian study the past? and what resources/clues do they use?
Spelling: found, cloud, pound, ground, sound, measure, inch, half, length, width
Complete the SPUNKI sheet students were supposed to do in class.
Math: Measuring to the nearest inch practice sheet.
Monday November 6: Beginning of Marking Period 2;
Tuesday November 7: NO School; Election Day
Thursday November 9: Parent Teacher Conferences; please sign up for parent teacher conference to discuss your child’s academic progress.
Friday November 10: Third Grade field trip to the firehouse; Permission slips will be sent home today.
This Week we Will:
Reading: continue implementing new cafe strategies along with our common core state standards. Students need to work on building more stamina and completing class work efficiently. This marking period will go back to reading literature and focus on retelling legends, literal and non literal meanings (such as idioms, simile…), ask and answer questions, predicting, as well as grammar and language usage. ***It is important to check your child’s homework on the blog or if they have written in their planners. Some students are coming with out completing their reading group homework.***
Writing: continue planning their opinion pieces and taking a stand.
Math: start measuring objects to the nearest inch, 1/2 inch, 1/4 inch.
Science: finish magnetism and start a new unit (weather and climate)
Social Studies: start new unit History of Michigan focusing on who is a historian? and the native Americans.
Spelling: students were told that they have to choose the writing sentences activity from the tic tac toe bingo (as a must; they should do it) then choose another 2.
music, basic, honor, tiger, olive, legend, bravery, hero, accomplish, theme