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Below, you will not only find information updates, but snapshots and highlights from each classroom including learning updates, lessons, and even some student work samples.
- Mark your calendars for Tuesday, May 26 from 11:00 - 6:00PM for pick up of student belongings.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Mr. Selleheim at 262-359-6251 or email@example.com
KUSD E mail Update- 4th quarter grading and graduation requirements
An Important and Helpful Resource for Families From KUSD
We hope this activity will facilitate some great conversations regarding gratefulness.
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Families, we welcome you to send any photos or videos of our students participating in learning or other fun activities. Simply send us a private message on our Facebook page with a short explanation of the activity along with your photo or video.
We look forward to seeing our students!
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Can you name the parts of the flower? Please post your flowers that you created on Class Dojo to share with the class! Refer to your art page in our "parts of a flower slideshow", on Class Dojo, for examples of how to create a flower with different materials!
Students are also doing various activities from our Early Education Monthly Calendars. Here are a few pictures of our students work includinh: sequenced sticks in order from smallest to largest, drawing their families and labeling their names in chalk, and creating homemade play dough!
This week's math lessons in Kindergarten featured 5 different activities to explore and discuss patterns. Pictured below is one of those activities. The others, posted in the Kindergarten Google Classroom, encourage students to describe their thinking using math words as well as reasons why (or why not) the pattern(s) make sense.
Science featured a video on Monarch Butterflies and the following questions for family discussion:
- How do monarchs change over their lives?
- What domonarchs eat over the different times in their lives?
- Where are some of the places that monarchs live?
One of the activities in grade 1 reading this week was to create a Commercial for a book. This link is an example commercial for the classic Cloudy with a chance of meatballs. Students could record their commercial and post it to the Grade 1 Google Classroom page as they turn in their assignment.
Next week, the grade 1 teachers are challengind students to an EPIC book reading challenge. The student with the most logged time reading through the EPIC program will win a Google Meeting with a friend and their teacher.
This week's grade 2 reading lesson reminded students that readers notice ways in which authors use words to make even a simple, ordinary thing be extraordinary, and they wonder, ‘What does the author really mean? They were to Listen to My Dog Is As Smelly As Dirty Socks. Hanoch Piven, the author, has filled this book with figurative language.
Students & families, can you figure out what Hanoch means in the following sentences?
The fairy tale writing work also continued as this week featured Jack and the Beanstalk!
In writing, students were presented with identifying main ideas versus themes. Check out one of the task cards below:
Grade 5 studens were also invited to some Quizlet Live sessions for vocabulary this week via Google Meets this week. The trivia style oline application allows students to practice, show off their knowledge, and compete against their peers.
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