Parents: Don’t forget to sign up for conferences if you have not done so already.
- Math (Bailey)- workbook pages 45-46, SHOW YOUR WORK!
- Math (Sanders)- workbook pages 45-48, assigned problems
- C Group- Icon Edits
- D- Write Source pages 21-22
- A Group- History, finish reading page 42, answer questions
Mrs. Wozniak’s 3rd-4th grade language arts hub topic group has been studying the history of Buddhism, and today they saw “Reflections of The Buddha” at the Pulitzer. They were very well behaved, as other visitors noted. In this photo students are inside the Serra sculpture “Joe,” but they spent most of their time inside with beautiful Buddhist art, where photos were not allowed. Students at the St. Michael School often visit places that relate meaningfully to the curriculum, which provides a powerful learning experience for the students.
Wozniak: Talk with your families about how we practiced multiplication facts today in class. If you do not have multiplication fact cards at home, please purchase some in the next few days. Please be sure to be practicing facts through the 6’s. If you are comfortable with those, you may move on.
Ruzicka: Same as yesterday (please finish assignment).
Richardson: 4-2 Multiplication Properties and Division Rules: Group A: Reteach/Homework Practice. Group B: Skills Practice and Enrich
Third Grade Language Arts:
Wozniak: Readers Theater will be graded on Friday. Please practice and complete spelling activities each night. Please also write about your visit to the Pulitzer today.
Fourth Grade Language Arts:
Wozniak: Please write two separate paragraphs this evening. I would like you to write about your day of “suffering” if you have not already done so. Also, please write about the Pultizer visit today. On separate sheets of paper, pretty please…..
- Math: test over Ch. 4 tomorrow. Workbook pg. 33 and finish division review packet
- Group A: write source pages 97, 100
Due next Wednesday:
- Dress rehearsal for Living Museum. Please start memorizing your lines!!!!
p.92/1-18 all, p.93/20-28 all
Write Source Skills Book- pp. 51-52
Write Source Skills Book- pp. 43-44
Today, we looked at pictures of the lotus flower. This flower is an important Buddhist symbol that rises from the ‘mud of the swamp’ to blossom. We sketched the basic shape of the flower with pencil and filled it in with torn pieces of tissue paper. Although this flower is typically white or pink, we decided to add more colors to flowers. When finished the lotus flowers will be hung in our room to remind us to be kind and compassionate towards others.
Today we celebrated Eddie’s 4th birthday!!! Happy Birthday Eddie!!
In preparation for our next novel, A Single Shard, the 5th and 6th graders met in small groups to do some pre-work to study Korean history, traditions, and other facts.
Some questions answered were: Research a past or present Korean leader. Locate and describe a popular landmark in Korea. What are the main religions in Korea?
Math Sheet 3-9
Reading Log turned in tomorrow
Pledge sheet returned by Friday. Let me know if you need another one:)
Homework for tomorrow:
- Math Review for Chapter 5 Test
- Cause and Effect Matching Worksheet
- Reading 15 minutes