Brainteaser: Pascal’s Bats -looking for patterns on the bats
Algebraic Thinking: Flying Bat Facts – working on subtraction without grouping
Relationships and Connections: Guess the Answers – Read and answer the questions
STEM: WebQuest- we went to the Laptop Lounge to finish our WebQuest, then we discussed all answers as a class.
Research: Discussed how to complete a story board and save pictures for Slides 1-4.
R & C: Book Jacket project to wrap up the Truth About Bats. Today we worked on the Front cover (New picture, author and your name as the illustrator )and the Back cover (Summary of the story and how many stars out of 5 you would give it and why.)
- Finish story board for slides 1-4 and save pictures for slides 1-4 on flash drive. (You need at least 1 picture per slide – name the pictures for the slide where you want to use them in the slide show) Example Title slide pic or Title slide 2.
- Get step 5 signed on the Long Range Planner.
- Finish rough draft of Front Cover and Back Cover of Book Jacket. Front cover (New picture, author and your name as the illustrator )and the Back cover (Summary of the story and how many stars out of 5 you would give it and why.)
- Get Behavior Chart signed
Brainteaser: How many words can you make from the letters in Amelia Earhart? Mae won with 9 points! 😊
Algebraic Thinking: 3 number puzzles -we worked on the 3 number puzzles as a group.
Relationships and Connections: To wrap up our book, More than a Flier, we worked on a rough draft of a book jacket project.
STEM: The Longest Flight – First we made paper airplanes, then we flew the planes 3 times and measured them each time we flew them. Then we figured out the longest and shortest flight, then subtracted the distance. We also discussed why they didn’t all fly the same length.
Divergent: Together we wrote a poem about Amelia Earhart, students will type or write their final draft for homework and add illustrations or pictures.
- Finish Rough Draft of Book Jacket report. All writing parts should be done, The inside cover should be done – the 4 main characters Amelia Earhart, Anita Snook, Fred Noonan and George Putnam with a sentence explaining their part in the story. The back inside cover – describe what part of the story is your important part. The back cover – a summary of the book (5 sentences.) Also, the last sentence should tell how many stars you would give the book out of 5 stars and why.
- Final Draft of Amelia Earhart Poem – Either in your best handwriting write the poem or you may type it. Once your done writing the poem illustrate it with color pictures.