We can’t believe we are already at the end of January!

This week, we are:

Math: using a number line and partitioned shapes to represent fractions of a whole as well as equivalent fractions. This week’s fractions homework is due on Thursday.

Writing: adding dialogue to narratives. This morning, students created a variety of conversations among characters with correct punctuation!

Reading: describing characters in a story and explain how their actions contribute to the sequence of events. We reviewed character traits this morning and are continuing to practice using text evidence to support reading responses.

Language Arts: using commas and quotations marks in dialogue.

Science: describing how plants and animals adapt if their habitat changes. The plant adaptations homework is due on Friday. In class, students are creating their own animal that allows it to survive in one of the Georgia habitats. We will do the science experiment one day this week!

Social Studies: explaining how Eleanor Roosevelt expanded freedom for Americans. The Eleanor Roosevelt homework assignment is due on Friday.

Important Information:

Bingo Night: Bingo Night is tomorrow in the cafeteria!

STEM Night: STEM Night will take place on February 9th!

Warm Springs Field Trip: Today, students will receive an informational packet about our field trip on May 2nd. Students should return the following by March 3rd:

  1. Permission form (both sides completed)
  2. $25 payment
  3. Dismissal/Chaperone form
  4. $3 cash donation for restaurant and bus tips

Jogging Club: Applications are due THIS Friday!

Six Flags Reading Logs: These are due TOMORROW!

RISE UP to Dress Down on Friday: