We have had another busy week!
We explored moon craters and constellations in Science Force, thanks to our super parent volunteers!
Tuesday, the whole school gathered around the flag and sang during the National Anthem Project
We have another exciting week ahead!
Monday we will celebrate Constitution Day and learn lots of facts about our Constitution.
Tuesday we journey on a field trip to the Teaching Museum to see their Star Lab!
Math: Unit 1- Numbers and Operations
Addition and subtraction of two digits without regrouping
Mental Math strategies
Solving word problems
Unit Test is coming soon! Check agendas for the date!
Language Arts and Reading:
Grammar- Parts of a sentence- Telling Part/Predicate
Title: Wilson Sat Alone
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Focus: Narrative Elements
Spelling: -at and -ate words: sat, ate, acrobat, flat, that, fat, gate, appreciate, create, state, flatten, statement, pattern, lately, scatter *advanced challenge words-worried, studdied, children, each, girl
Social Studies: Before There was Georgia
Landforms and Regions of Georgia
We have had another busy week. Science Force, National Anthem Project, and our new unit on Georgia were some highlights.
Next Monday we will learn about our Constitution (celebrating Constitution Day
This week we will be learning abMath- Unit 1 Numbers and Operations
Missing values in a number sentence
*Solving word problems
Mental Math Strategies
Adding and Subtracting 2 digit numbers without Regrouping
Language Arts/Reading-Wilson Sat Alone
Comprehension Skill: Narrative Elements
Story Genre: Realistic Fiction
Grammar: Parts of a Sentence-Predicate
Homework-Read a book of your choice at least 15 minutes every day!
Spelling – words with -at and -ate *Spelling test Friday
cried, hurried, replied, fried, tried, worried, carried, copied, married, studied, remarked, finished, alone, river, think (Challenge Words: meadow, cheer, garden, reason, spoiled)
Spelling homework Activities- choose one to do Monday and one to do Wednesday:
-Write a short story using 10 spelling words
-Write your spelling words 3 times each in different colors
-Use a dictionary and write the definitions of 10 or your words
-Draw a picture with and hide your spelling words in it
-Look through a newspaper and cut out and glue 10 of your spelling words
-Write your words in ABC order
Social Studies-Before there was Georgia
Georgia's land features and 5 regions
ridge, river, ocean, plains, valley, region, landform, coast, plateau