Day one of our trip included fun on the Megabus, seeing Marilyn Monroe, and taking a walk to Navy Pier.
- Tomorrow is “Eat Lunch With Someone New” Day
- Bring your Jimmy John’s Money: Menu to help you figure out how much you owe
- Math (Bailey)- workbook pages 113-114 (copied pages)
- Math (Sanders)- workbook pages 134-137, select problems
- Springfield Trip!
Richardson: Equivalent fraction (group A)
Ruzicka: Show your parents the tic tac toe trick from class.
Third Grade Language:
Richardson: chapter 9 lit circles spelling due Friday
Ruzicka: read for 20 minutes
Fourth Grade Language:
Wozniak: Read to chapter 10
Richardson: Finish the last paragraph of Shaw
Ruzicka: Spelling due Friday.
Math: both worksheets on polygons
Memorize Lines for play !!!!
5.8.12 A Special Guest In 6th Grade: Mrs. Hsueh, Native Speaker of Chinese, Helps With Pronunciation For 6th Grade Play
Mrs. Hsueh taught the students the correct pronunciation for the Chinese words in the 6th grade play, including “shay-shay” for “thank you,” and “nee-how” for “how are you.” The students were very attentive and motivated to learn because they are right in the middle of working on their play “The Wind Pearl,” which is a Chinese folk tale. Thank you - Shay-shay, Mrs. Hsueh!
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