Gabriel's Fall News
Science & Social Studies
In social studies, we are busy learning about the first permanent colonies in North America. As we learn more about the thirteen colonies, each student will choose a particular trade to research. The final project will be exciting and we will invite parents in for presentations. Look for an email near the later part of November.
Moon Phase Project
Saylor and Walker were busy making the phases of the moon during our Astronomy Unit.
Water Cycle Lab
Boyce, Hayden, and Bradley created their own mini water cycle in a bag.
Legos and Roanoke?
Madi and Payton used Legos to solve the mystery of the Lost Colony of Roanoke.
ELA & Math
In math, we will continue with multiplication, expanding our skills to include multiplying two and three digits by one digit. This will lead into multiplying two and three digits by two digits. I am proud of their progress so far. They are learning quickly the steps in solving multidigit problems. Their only struggle remains in fact memorization. Please continue to review multiplication facts nightly, as we will continue to have timed quizzes.