ELA It was such a fun week of reading. This week we read stories all about hats. We read Caps for Sale and Circus Caps for Sale. We then compared & contrasted the two stories creating a venn diagram to share.
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It was such a fun week of reading. This week we read stories all about hats.
We read Caps for Sale and Circus Caps for Sale. We then compared & contrasted the two stories creating a venn diagram to share.
We also read Zara’s Hats. While reading we learned how to ask questions when reading. This is such an important skill for any reader to be able to do. For many of us this has become a built in skill when reading. It keeps us engaged as readers and helps in our comprehension.
April 17thSpring Party
April 16th & 17th: Snow Make up days
April 17th: Career Day paperwork due If you would like to come in.
April 18th & 21st: No School
May 2nd: Father-daughter dance
May 6th: Career Day
Turn in your paper work by the 17th of April
+, - and =; these were all the symbols we got to use to write our very own number stories. Number stories are stories that require us to set up an addition or subtraction problem. It is so much fun to figure out which to use!
We met our last coin, the quarter. Did you know quarters are worth 25 cents and it takes four coins to make a dollar. Practice this at home!
I think our favorite was the building shapes with toothpicks and marshmallows. Did you see ours come home?
If you have not done so already, please return your child’s picture money or picture package to me ASAP.
Please return the green slipthat allows your child to build with marshmallows!