Richardson: Workbook page 101. Odd only. Even items are extra credit.
Wozniak: Complete individually assigned problems.
Richardson: Finish final copy of Shaw story. Due tomorrow.
Ruzicka: Final paragraph of Shaw rough draft due Wednesday.
Wozniak: Finish Shaw rough draft at home by Wednesday.
Richardson: Shaw stories due tomorrow. Spelling Day 3 and 4 or 5 due Friday.
Ruzicka: Spelling Day 3 and 4 due Friday.
Wozniak: Finish writing. Read chapters 1 and 2 in A Dog’s Purpose.
- Math (Sanders): pg 138 #12-15, pgs 139-140 all (in workbook)
- Math (Bailey): workbook pgs 115-116
- Return Orienteering Forms and Money
- Spanish Garage Sale tomorrow
- 30 notecards for your research
George played the prince and Danika played the princess in the play she wrote completely on her own - she then worked on revisions with Mr. Herndon before he put the hand-written script into play format. Drama is a powerful way to support creative writing, reading comprehension, and other language arts.
- Math: sheet on area
- Permission form for Orienteering
** We are beginning our research paper. Most of the work will be done in class, but if you feel that you are behind and are wanting to catch up, you may take your work home with you. 30 Note-cards are due next Monday, May 21st.
- Using Apostrophes- Sitton Spelling Worksheet
- Subtract Hundreds Worksheet
- Read 15 minutes
Permission slips for Orienteering Day are due tomorrow. I am sending a second round of permission slips home with students who thought they needed another set. If these aren’t returned tomorrow, students will not be able to attend Orienteering Day.
The third grade recently completed a collaborative study of warm and cool colors. Students were introduced to the color groupings of warm (yellow, red, orange) and cool (blue, green, violet), and began to use color as a constructive visual element. Groups created yarn paintings that contrast warm and cool color groupings, and created a geometric pattern of warm and cool. - Schwall
I hope you all enjoyed your special gifts from your child. One student brought it to our attention that “most moms don’t read books, they have a kindle.” So if this is the case I hope you find another use for your special bookmark!
I can’t believe summer is only a few weeks away! With the warmer weather in the next few weeks there might be days that we get out a sprinkler or hose for some water fun! Please be sure your child has extra clothes in their cubby.(NO need for bathing suits)
We are still deciding on the date for our class party but I will email those details as soon as we decide.
TOMORROW 5/15 WE WILL BE TYE DYING T-SHIRTS!! PLEASE DO NOT PUT YOUR CHILD IN CLOTHES THAT YOU DO NOT WANT TO GET MESSY!! We will try our best to stay clean but accidents can happen
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Every Monday is very exciting in P.E…it is BIKE RIDING DAY!! The kids love being able to ride in the gym. Last week the kids went on their first outdoor bike ride at school!
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Kindergarten homework folders will be sent home today, Monday May 14th.
1. Reading: beginning consonant and final consonant sounds
2. Math: Review addition
3. Sight word flash cards
4. Please read with your child every night for 5 to 10 minutes.
Have a super week!!