I am looking forward to meeting as many parents as possible Tuesday evening at Back to School night. Above is a picture of one of the many things we have been working on since school began. Students created flip books to commemorate their first day of school and write down their hopes, dreams, and set some goals for the coming year. This week will be our first full week of the school year! Below is our learning goals and some helpful links to make homework a breeze!
This week we will be reading, “When Charlie McButton Lost Power.” Our vocabulary words are bat, battery, blew, fuel, plug, term, and vision. We will be taking a test on these words along with our reading concepts for the week on Friday. Our reading concept this week is literary elements. Students will be learning to identify the characters, setting, and theme for a story.
We will be finishing our first topic this week! In this topic we learned how to read and write numbers in word form, standard form, and expanded form. We also worked on placing numbers on a number line, compare numbers, and put numbers in order from least to greatest or greatest to least. The video below will help review place value and comparing and ordering numbers. we will be taking our test on Friday.
In science this week we will be conducting our first experiment. We will be learning about the 3 states of matter- solids, liquids, and gasses. Below is a catchy song to help kids remember the 3 states.