April 7th, 2014. Young AmeriTowne. Math.
April 7th, 2014
OnApril 21st, studentswillhaveanopportunity to putall of theirlearning of economics, government, and civicsintoactiononour Young AmeriTownefieldtrip! Wehavebeenworkinghard to learn to balance checkbooksand be responsible, hard-workingcitizens!
We are working in Unit 10: Using Data; Algebra Concepts and Skills
Students are being introduced to pre-algebra concepts and skills. They will concentrate on solving problems using a pan-balance. Students are also working on generating input-output tables and linking the data in tables and coordinate grids.
We are finishing up ourUniton Mixtures and Solutions. FifthGradershavehadexposure to manydifferentexperiments to understandtheseconcepts. Ask yourchildwhat he orshelearnedfromtheirscience tutor!
Thefifthgraders are wrapping up their short stories and wewillbeginourunitonpoetrysoon. Wehavecompletedthe Mike Lupicaliteraturecirclebooks and are finishing up theyearwithanassortment of fictionbooks.
Read At Home (RAH) and Write At Home (WAH) are due at theend of eachmonth.
April 8 – Talent Show Tryouts
April 8 – PTO Meeting 5:30-7
April 11 – No School
April 21 – Young Ameritowne
April 30 – Shadow Ridge Visit
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