Mrs. Wiggins' Class
Reading: Main Idea, Making Predictions, Asking & Answering Questions
Social Studies: Geography, Map Skills
Science: Simple Machines
Writing: Opinion Essay
What can I do if school is closed for snow?
2. Practice math facts. Get out those multiplication flash cards and whip through them a couple times or visit one of the math sites listed below.
3. Write. Have students write about what they've read or journal everyday about their thoughts and feelings.
4. Study unit guides! Snow days don't necessarily mean that a test will be pushed back. If students have the study guide in their binder (which they will) they are responsible for studying. As long as I have covered all of the content in class, I will not push back tests because of snow. Students need to be studying for a couple minutes each day.
5. Want more? Check out our fusion page where there is an entire folder with documents that can be printed and completed on a snow day.
6. Keep an eye on the homework folder. If snow is in the forecast, I might send a packet home with students just in case. The packet of work will have a note explaining whether the work is optional or mandatory in the even of one or more snow days.
I would love to see any work your child does during a snow day. Keep a log of work or bring in the finished products for a class-wide shout out and possible extra credit!
Santa came to visit with the PWC police!
Buddy multiplication fact practice
Edible soil cups that resemble the 3 layers of soil.
11- Opinion Writing Prompt
15- Geography SS Test
18- MLK Day- NO SCHOOL
27- Main Idea/Predictions Test
28- Simple Machines Test
29- End of 2nd Quarter, Half Day of school with early dismissal
3- Fractions Unit Test