Thank you to all families who were able to make it to our STEAM day! It was a lot of fun. We pretended to be birds as we searched for worms (various colored rotini) in the learning garden! We learned animals can camouflage themselves to protect from predators. After we found the worms, we graphed the different colors on a bar graph and pictograph. We learned that we didn’t find a lot of green pasta since it camouflaged itself in with the grass!
In reading this week, we worked on making connections between texts, text to self and text to world by reading The Boy Who Cried Wolf and The Keeping Quilt.
In writing, we learned about 4 different sentence types: declarative, interrogative, imperative and exclamatory.
In math, we continued work on graphing and started the place value unit.
Saturday Trevvett Yard Sale 8-11 am
Wednesday September 26th Reading NWEA Assessment
Friday September 28th Math NWEA Assessment
If you haven’t already, please send in $8.00 for the Scholastic Story Works subscription for your child, thanks!
BIG BLAST is coming up! October 30, your child will be able to jump in the bouncy houses here at school in their Halloween costume if they raise $50 for our school fundraiser.
If you would like to sign up for parent/teacher conferences, here is the link. I would love to talk to all families on November 8th! If you can’t make it to conference night, I would be more than happy to set up a phone conference!
Thank you for your support and have a fabulous weekend!