Richardson: Workbook page 103.
Ruzicka: Draw 4 new shapes on your graph paper. Find the perimeter of each shape. You may color the shapers if you wish.
Richardson: Finish reading the Reptile Room.
Ruzicka: Spelling Day 3 and either Day 4 or 5 due Friday.
Wozniak: Practice your part in Reader’s Theater. Read Chapter 8 in Close Call.
Richardson: Complete your individual reading assignment for tomorrow.
Wozniak: Read to Chapter 19 in A Dog’s Purpose.
- Math (Sanders): Chapter 10 Test
- Class Play at 10:30 am and 6:00 pm
- World Religions Research rough draft due
- Math: division review sheet
- If you weren’t finished with your 30 notecards, please complete them tonight.
Some of our fourth graders are reading A Dog’s Purpose by W. Bruce Cameron, written from the dog’s perspective. The novel touches upon topics such as “Why are we here?” as the main character searches for his purpose over the course of several lives. Today, our newest member, Hannah W. (our third Hannah in the group) spent the day with us as we read.
By the way, I can’t tell you how many times each day I hear…”What page are you on? Did you get to the part where….? I can’t believe it! I love this book!”
Kindergarten homework folders will be sent home today, Monday May 21st.
1. Review math skills
2. Letter sounds
3. Review sight word flash cards
4. Please read with your child every night for 5 to 10 minutes.
Read and log
Math 10-3 Reveiw
- Class Play- Wednesday 10:30 am and 6:00 pm
- No School- Monday, May 28
- Classifying Quadrilaterals
- Congruent and Similar Figures
- Line Symmetry
Practice the verbs ar, er and ir in the present tense and the pass tense.
Review vocabulary in all kinds of context.
Review the verbs “ser” and “estar” in the present tense and the pas tense.
Study for a test.
Practice the numbers up to 100 and over.
Practice reading and spelling.
Practice reading comprehension.
Study for the test.
Sing songs and play games to practice vocabulary and pronunciation.
Performing Arts (Herndon):
Language Arts (Bailey):
- We will continue with our religious figure research projects
- We will also continue to finalize science projects
The students at SMSOC had a wonderful time during orienteering on Friday, May 18th. The students worked in small groups to navigate around Tilles Park using maps and compasses. We all enjoyed the beautiful weather and delicious food, as well as kickball and time on the playground.