This week in math we are going to review coordinate grids. In language arts we will have a spelling test on Wednesday and work on our couplets. Monday you can wear a hat, Wednesday you can wear pajamas, and Thursday you can either red and green or dress like the Grinch. Please bring money for the field trip which is $7.50. We will go to the movie on December 18. December 19 is early release and December 20 is our Christmas party and then early release.
This week in math we are graphing coordinate points from an input/output chart. In language arts we are continuing to work on our Christmas couplet books that we will give to PreK. Our last spelling test for the semester is December 13. The words are listed below.
there its every often until earth during surely
it’s several answer usually money special that’s
common single information except you’re free
In math we will be talking about input/output charts. We will also go on our math field trip to Brookshire’s on Friday. In language arts we are continuing to work on Christmas ABC books for our pre K gift and have a spelling test. The words went home November 13. We will be sending home permission slips on Monday for a field trip December 18 to see the movie Wonder. December is a fun, busy month and we are looking forward to all of the great things we have going on!
In math we are taking a common assessment on Tuesday. The rest of the week we will review for the common assessment and look at areas we could strengthen. In language arts we will work on our Christmas ABC books that we are writing for PreK. Thanksgiving break is November 20-25. We will have a spelling test when we return on November 29. The words are listed below.
there who’s little asked young stopped
girl finally problem possible explain caught
yourself seemed moment teacher bright
rather length speed machine
information except they’re
In math this week, we are going to learn to classify 2D shapes. Friday we have a fun activity called the quadrilateral club that will really help us learn this concept. In language arts, we will have a spelling test on Wednesday. We will also start a project that is going to partner us with the PreK. There will be more details to follow soon. Thanksgiving Break is November 20-24.
This week we will be studying the coordinate grid in math and adverbs in ELA. Wednesday, November 1 is an early release day for students. October 31 we will not be allowed to wear costumes so please take note of that. Spelling words for November 8 are listed below.
its people world important picture since
across it’s toward built strong river
simple build clear energy circle
straight they’re bright sent present plan rather
This is Red Ribbon week. Monday wear red. Tuesday wear pajamas. Wednesday wear college/school shirt and crazy socks. Thursday is superhero day and Friday is neon. In math we will be learning about converting measurements. In ELA we will be talking about prepositions and have a spelling test on Wednesday. Thursday report cards will go home. I can’t believe we’re already in the 2nd 9 weeks. Time flies when you’re having fun!
This week in math we will start learning about converting measurements in both customary and metric systems. In language arts we will finish writing our Halloween stories. Friday, October 20, is a student holiday so enjoy your day off! Listed below are the spelling words for our test, October 25.
you’d there’s first through too another because
between along important second across areas
surface finally possible else travel yourself
thus square moment teacher happy
This week in math we are learning about volume. We will be doing one of my favorite activities – making a monster theater to reinforce the concepts of area, perimeter, and volume. Wednesday we will write a spooky story. The elements of our story will be determined by a roll of the dice. We will also have our spelling test Wednesday. The list of words is on last week’s blog. Your students are working hard and learning so much!
We have some important things to take note of this week. Wednesday, October 4 is an early release day for students. Thursday, October 5 we will have our first math common assessment. Make sure to get a good night’s sleep the night before! In language arts, we will be writing a letter to our future self and math we will be reviewing and preparing for the test. The spelling list for October 11 is listed below.
their said thought often together enough against turned
United States hundred finally animals although bottom
explained correct measures hair woods color
war fly yourself seem