Today in performing arts the 7th & 8th graders worked with Mrs. Bye on a dramatization of the story of Exodus, which connects meaningfully with many of the themes and language arts projects that the students have been working on all year.
Wozniak: Complete lesson 13-4 page 550 #1-11 (do your best with #9).
Richardson: Group B, please complete page 103 #4-18.
Ruzicka: Complete individual assignments.
Wozniak: Be ready for your spelling test on Friday. Read chapters 5 and 6 in Close Call (7 pages). And start practicing your part for the reader’s theater final presentation.
Richardson: Spelling is due tomorrow before we leave for orienteering.
Ruzicka: Read for 20 minutes.
Wozniak: No homework this evening.
Richardson: Finish your individual reading assignment for Monday.
Ruzicka: Read your assigned chapter.
- Tomorrow is Orienteering in Tilles Park. Remember to wear tennis shoes, bring a labeled water bottle, and wear appropriate clothing
- Parents are welcome to pick up your children at the park at 2:45. Please make sure you sign out with the teacher
- 30 notecards for your religious leader research paper are due Monday
Third and fourth grade students spent time using their skills of observation to draw trees around the grounds from their specific perspective. We discussed how two individuals could be drawing the same tree, but their perspectives could be quite different. We also looked at this in terms of social situations with friends.
Even children need to stretch out the kinks each morning.
Here is today’s morning homeroom session with third grade. -Jenny & Leigh
Read and Log
Math test tomorrow. Review the packet that we worked on today.