Week 5

posted Sep 17, 2015, 10:50 PM by LeAnn Andrews   [ updated Sep 18, 2015, 4:22 PM ]
Upcoming Events
Tuesday, September 22 - Diamond Fork Field Trip
Tuesday, September 22 - Sonic Night (5-8)
Week of September 28 - No TV Week
Friday October 2 - Reflections are due at the front office.
October 15 & October 16 - Fall Break - No School
Tuesday, October 20 - Fall Picture Make-Up Day
Thursday, October 22 - SEPs (sign ups coming soon!)
Friday, October 23 - No School

I have been having problems with XtraMath so ALL Usernames have been changed to be your class number then your first name with no underscore or space.  I will also be sending home a note that will help you to connect with your students XtraMath account so you can see their progress.

Fact practice is kind of like brushing your teeth, it does more good when you do it every day instead of tons at once.  :)  Because of that, XtraMath practice only counts as once a day.  To get all three points, students must complete a full session on three separate days.

We are looking for parents to help with our field trip on next Tuesday, September 22nd.  To accompany us, parents must be able to stay for the entire trip (9:00 to 2:00ish) and may not bring any siblings.  Please let me know by Monday if you are interested in chaperoning this field trip.  Spaces will be filled at a first come first served basis.  You will also need to provide your own lunch for the day.

In Language Arts...

     We are did our first "40 Book Challenge" sheet.  For more info see our webpage.

     We are learning to be more fluent with grade level texts, by reading together.

     We are learning to be more effective writers by studying mentor texts.

 

In Math...

     We can solve Multi-step word problems.

     We can generate number patters that follow a rule.

     We can understand and use the terms digit, place and value.

     We can read and write multi-digit whole numbers.

     We can use the pattern of powers of ten to solve problems

     We can compare two multi-digit numbers.

 

In Science...

     We can observe, infer and predict like a scientist.

     We can do science experiments.

     We describe the water cycle.


 A special shout out to Emma Lopez for all her hard work this week as my best translator!
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