MORNING WORK: Thursday DG MATH: Finish odds & evens of both sides of addition practice sheet READING: Circus Time (Story Structure Practice) & Point of View -New Reading Goals will be made tomorrow! SCIENCE: Science Inquiry Journal due tomorrow
MORNING WORK: -Tuesday DG MATH: -Study Link 6.2 (BOTH SIDES)---Use the examples we did from your journal pages and math spiral to help you! We will discuss this study link tomorrow. SCIENCE: -ATOMS Review Sheet---Use your "Atoms Family Album" to help you -Science Inquiry Journal due Friday READING: -Reading Goal due Thursday---I will have reading conferences with each student on Friday to discuss your goal for January and to make a new goal for February. OTHER: -Library Books due tomorrow -Celebrate Writing entries due February 4---Do you love to write? Ask me for a Celebrate Writing Checklist so you can enter! :)
Some of the information on the History Alive Internet Tutorial for Chapter 5 does not match the information on your study guide. YOUR STUDY GUIDE HAS THE CORRECT INFORMATION! (The Internet Tutorial is wrong.)
The best way to study tonight is to review your study guide and remember everything you learned by becoming an "expert" on your explorer that you did your presentation on.
Remember: Make flashcards to not only earn a bonus point, but also help yourself prepare for tomorrow's test! :)
OTHER HOMEWORK FOR THURSDAY: MORNING WORK: -Thursday DG MATH: -Study, P.S. on Study Guide LA WORKSHOP: -NTF dictionary: replacement, performance, rearrange SCIENCE: -Science Inquiry Journal
MATH: -Practice your facts -Test Friday -Green Self-Assessment -PS on study guide due Friday
MORNING WORK: -Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday DG
WRITING: -Cursive packet is not due until Monday, February 4
SOCIAL STUDIES: -Study -Chapter 5 Test Friday -PS due Friday (We will finish p. 22 in the ISNB tomorrow, and we will review more together as a class!) -Click on the "Wednesday 1/23" title to access the Internet Tutorial
GREAT: 1. We learned how to sign the color "black." 2. Our explorer presentations went well. 3. We did lots of stopping, thinking, and reacting while watching a United Streaming movie on reading fiction.
GOALS: 1. Don't talk over others. 2. Listen. 3. Learn a new sign.
MONDAY: One-sixth of the nation's printing and publishing takes place in a city in this state. TUESDAY: It was in this state that George Washington was inaugurated as the first President of the United States. WEDNESDAY: This state was the host of two Olympic Winter Games. THURSDAY: The world's largest indoor theater, which is home to the high-kicking Rockettes, is here. FRIDAY:
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MATH: Math Box 5.5 SOCIAL STUDIES: Thursday DG : Chapter 4 Test tomorrow. Study your orange study guide, front and back. :Click on the "Homework 1/10" title for a link to the Internet Tutorial. SCIENCE: SIJ due tomorrow.