I hope everyone had a chance to relax this weekend. We have come to the end of another quarter which means report cards will be sent home digitally this week. Continue to encourage students to be checking everyday and doing their best to stay caught up. The main focus should be on Math and Language first and then any other assignments that may be given.
This week it is our class’s turn for Thankful Thursday. By Wednesday, send a short video giving thanks for something to Ms. Arthurs (email@example.com). Can’t wait to see your grateful faces!
Physical Education Activity Logs
Daily exercise and getting outside every day is an important part of maintaining good health and well-being and should be a special part of your daily routine. We recommend and encourage students and families to be physically active for at least 20-30 minutes every day.
Throughout the week, students are to be recording what they do each day to stay physically active. At the end of the week a Seesaw activity will be posted for students to complete. The OLD expectation was that students were to have the log submitted by the end of the day on Monday. STARTING THIS WEEK, students will be expected to have the log filled out and submitted on Seesaw by the end of the day the activity is posted.
Please contact Mr. Wood at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Take a look at the week ahead:
Math – p. 195 -196 (#1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8)
Language – p. 205-206
Writing – Write 10 sentences using the list of prepositions and the same subject, verb, and object (like on Language p. 205)
Reading – Read a book of your choice for 10 min and complete the graphic organizer in the Activities section.
Spelling – Match the terms and definitions from List 22 (#1-10)
Physical Education: Fill in and submit your weekly activity log.
Social Studies:Students should check in their Activities Tab for this week’s assignment. Oral and written instructions are included. An example and a template are also included.
Math – p. 197-198 (#1,2,3,7)
Language – p. 207 Think A and B
Reading – Oral reading of Read and Think 13; answer questions
Writing – Would you rather Wednesday – Would you rather go mountain climbing or skydiving? Remember to use RACE.
Bible: Students will watch a short video called, God’s Story: God’s Story. Please find this assignment in the activity tab, along with instructions of how to respond. A link for a song to enjoy will also be provided.
Math – Divisibility Activity, Speed Drill
Language – p. 208 Think C, Remember E
Reading – In the Activities section, find and read “The Baker” and answer the questions about the story.
Writing/Spelling – Use the words from List 22 (#1-10) in GOOD sentences.
Music: Stay tuned for Music Minute with Mrs. Wilting
Library: Mrs. Biech will be posting a link to listen in as we continue reading in I Survived: The Children’s Blizzard, 1888.
Friday – no classes or work will be assigned
Have a great week!