Stations May 12 th - May 16 th. Project Overview. Animal Project
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Project Overview Animal Project This will be our final week for selling popsicles. Sales have been going very well! This Saturday, May 17th kindergartners and second graders will be hosting a bake sale table at Central Middle School from 12:00-3:00 during the Literacy Festival. Our field trip to the Indianapolis Zoo is on Friday, May 23rd. Final details about our trip will be coming home this week!
I Can: • Identify the meaning or lesson of a story. • Give reasoning for author’s purpose • Read fluently and accurately Reading Life in the Desert Noise Level 1 Monday: Open your Treasures Book to pages 160 and 161 to discuss Life in the Desert and complete the Talk About It question. Then, read “The Coatis of the Sonora Desert” to learn your new vocabulary words and discuss making author’s purpose. Tuesday and Wednesday: Read Dig, Wait, Listen, by April Pulley Sayre. Thursday and Friday: Complete the reading comprehension packet on Dig, Wait, Listen. • Materials Needed • Treasure Books • Comprehension Packets • Pencils Project Connection Animals
I Can: • Revise original drafts to improve sequence (the order of events) or to provide more descriptive detail. • Use descriptive words when writing. • Write informative pieces WritingAnimal Flyers for the Bake Sale Animal Flyers for the Bake Sale Noise Level 1 This week you will be working on a flyer to hand out at the bake sales to customers informing them about our animal project. Our class will vote on Friday to decide which flyers will be passed out at the bake sale. Your job is to create an informative flyer that will give our customers information about animals. You can choose your topic, but it must be focused on ways to learn more about animals or how to help them. Your flyer must have a title, complete sentences, and correct grammar. You may choose to add pictures, color, and the font of your choice. Remember, only 2-5 from our class will be chosen to copy for the day, so do your best work! • Materials Needed • Writing Rubric • Computers Project Connection: Animals
Self-Selected Reading / Accelerated Reader • I Can: • Read fluently • Restate facts and recall information Noise Level 0 • Choose a library book or a book of choice that you have not read. • Be sure you picked a book that you can read alone. • Silently read . • After you finish your book, write the name of the book in your Data Binder. • Be sure to fill in the information about your book in your binder. • If you can answer all the questions in your Data Binder, get your laptop and log on to AR to take your test. • Record your AR score in your Data Binder. . • Materials Needed • Data binder • Book of choice • Computer
Working with Words • I Can: • Demonstrate understanding of spoken words, syllables, and sounds. • Demonstrate an awareness of the sounds that are made by different letters. Noise Level 1 • Monday and Tuesday • Complete the activity to practice your new spelling words. • Paper is in the binder • Wednesday • Synonym and Antonym Practice • Thursday • Review for test on Friday- Spelling City • Friday • TEST! Materials Needed: Vocab list Fluency Book Project Connection: Animals
Math Journal • I Can: • Solve word problems involving coins and bills. • Find the value of a collection of pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, half-dollars and dollars • Fluently add and subtract within 100 using strategies based on place value. Noise Level 1 • Monday • 11.5 – Division Number Models • Pages 274, 275, and 276 • Tuesday • 11.6 – Multiplication Facts • Pages 277,278, and 279 • Wednesday • 11.7 - Products Table • Pages 280 and 281 • Thursday • 11.8 – Multiplication/Division Fact Families • Pages 282, 283, and 284 Materials Needed Math Journal, Pencil, Project Connection: Counting money for Popsicles Sales and Bake Sale
Project Connections • I Can: • Solve word problems involving coins and bills. • Find the value of a collection of pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, half-dollars and dollars Noise Level 1 Monday: I have, Who has Money Game Tuesday: Name that Number, Reference book pages 138 and 139, Wednesday: Money War Game Thursday: Money Exchange Game Materials Needed Math Masters pages, paper clips, pencil, EM money cards, EM cards, coins, bills and money exchange boards Project Connection: Counting money and making change for Popsicle sales and Bake sale
I can: • Use repeated addition to find total number of objects in a rectangular array • Solve word problems involving coins and bills. • Find the value of a collection of pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, half-dollars and dollars MathSkill Application Noise Level 1 Monday- Sharing Equally, Math Masters page 122 Tuesday – Creating Arrays, Math Masters page 434. Arrange 18 counters in as many different rectangular arrays as possible. Draw each array and write the number model on the grid paper. Wednesday – Square Products, Math Masters, page 365 Thursday Quiz Materials Needed Math Masters pages, pencil, counters Project Connection: Counting money for Popsicles Sales and Bake Sale
Math Games • I Can: • Solve word problems involving coins and bills. • Find the value of a collection of pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, half-dollars and dollars Noise Level 0 Log on to Everyday Math Online using your EM card. Monday EM Online Facts Workshop Game Tuesday DIBELS Review Wednesday EM Online Facts Workshop Game Thursday Quiz DIBELS Review Materials Needed Computer EM Computer Card DIBELS Packet Project Connection: Counting money for Popsicle Sales and Bake Sale