We had another great week of learning together!
In Math, we practiced building rectangles with tiles and we wrote rectangle riddles for other students to solve. It was fun to try and solve all the riddles! We also took some assessments about what is a rectangle is and how many faces are on a shape. We made rectangular prism boxes with a partner too! They used great teamwork!
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In Science, we started a new unit on reptiles. They knew a lot of facts and were so excited to learn more, which is wonderful! We went over the special reptile characteristics and learned about the four main groups. The four groups are turtles, crocodilians, snakes, and lizards. We also made a cool folder and sorted reptiles into different categories. We read some cool books too!
In Writing, we worked on persuasive writing. We talked about our opinions and how we can try to convince someone else to think the way we do. Next, we chose a topic from a cup such as crayons or staplers. Then we wrote about how useful the objects are and why we are thankful for them. They all did a nice job with their ideas!
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, my groups are
wrapping up Mr. Putter and Tabby Pick the Pears and Henry and Mudge Under the Yellow
Moon. We are working on sequencing a story and comparing and
contrasting using a Venn diagram. Reading
We also read books with our 5th grade buddies!
In the backpack folders today you will find the Parent Conference Confirmation paper. Please check over your day and time to make sure it still works for you.
Remember there will be no school Monday for Veteran’s Day and then the teachers will have Professional Development on Tuesday, so I will see the students on Wednesday.
I hope you have a wonderful, long weekend!
-Mrs. Farrand J