Dean-Harper Bulldog News
September 25, 2015
Targets for This Week
- Note taking
- logging books and pages read
- Parts of speech
- Branches of the Federal Government
- Create Google slide show
- Scientific Process
- Introduce Forces of Motion
- Addition and subtraction word problems
- Subtraction with regrouping
- Rounding to the nearest ten and nearest hundred
- Find and explain patterns
- Practice basic facts each evening
Leader in Me
Habit 4: Think Win-Win
Think Win-Win is the belief that everyone can win. It’s not me or you—it is both of us. It is a belief that there are enough good things for everyone; it is an abundant way of thinking. Think Win-Win is being happy for others when good things happen to them.
Play a game with your child(ren) that has definite winner. Explain how competition is okay when you play a game, but it is not okay in relationships. Discuss how tense it would be in your home if every situation had to have a winner. A better way to think is win-win. This means we think of solutions that we can all feel good about when there is a problem. The more we Think Win-Win, the fewer problems there will be. You may want to display a chart listing the days of the week. When someone is “caught” thinking win-win, he or she gets to write his or her name on the chart for that day.
1. Always carry the Chromebook with the lid closed. This protects the very fragile screen from damage as the shell is much more durable.
2. Make sure to connect the charger BEFORE the battery is completely depleted. A drained battery has to be put in the shop for the battery to be removed to get it to charge again.
Thank you again for your help!