Harmony Science Academy-Waco
November 11, 2020 Issue 8
Looking Ahead: Important Dates
This is our final week of the "giants" theme. We will have fun reading about some make-believe giants. We are reviewing the letters, numbers, and shapes we have presented so far. Please continue practicing these at home. -Mrs. Vasquez
This week we are learning about the letter I, the number 9, numerical order (first, second, last), and the environment.-Ms. Ingroum
This week is a review week. We will go over letters A-J, numbers 0-9, the color white, and all basic shapes. Let’s have a GREAT week. Ms. Bateman
2C/2A ELA- We are working on long E patterns ee and ea, focusing on the author's purpose/story structure of the story "If the Shoe Fits," and identifying compound, simple, and combining sentences. We will also be able to identify describing words for actions. ON FRIDAY, WE TAKE CBA 4 AND STORY QUIZ! Remember these quizzes/tests are a big part of your overall grade!!! Don't be absent Friday! -Ms. B.Martinez
This week we will be working on spelling words with the long ai, ay sounds. We will be reviewing story structure, including the beginning, middle, and end. We will also be going over elements of plays/dramas. Please encourage students to read each day for at least 20 minutes! -Ms. Brown
This week students will be reviewing and taking their CBA on Energy and Forces. Please message me on dojo if you have any questions!-Mrs. A Martinez
This week we will be working on digital text in the form of a video. We will be learning the comparative and superlative forms of adjectives that describe nouns. Please encourage students to continue to read at least 20 minutes each day! -Ms. Brown
This week, we are talking about Voice in Reading and Letter Writing in Writing.
**Remind your child to please check Skyward for grades. **-Anything below a 70 needs to be corrected.-- If they click on the assignment listed in blue for English, under the description, it will say exactly where to find the assignment in Schoology.
In Social Studies, we took a CBA.****Remind your child to please check Skyward for grades. **Anything below a 70 needs to be corrected.
-- If they click on the assignment listed in blue for Social Studies, under the description, it will say exactly where to find the assignment in Schoology. Any questions, please message me in Dojo or have your child email me from their school email.-Mrs. Salas
Students will begin their new unit on the solar system. We will be studying planets this week. Please message me on dojo if you have any questions! -Mrs. A Martinez
We are completing our unit on division this week, and will start on algebraic reasoning (using variables in problems).-Ms. McCaig
In social studies this week we went over Missions in Texas and the migration of Native groups like the Comanche.****Remind your child to please check Skyward for grades. **Anything below a 70 needs to be corrected. If they click on the assignment listed in blue for Social Studies, under the description, it will say exactly where to find the assignment in Schoology. Any questions, please message me in Dojo or have your child email me from their school email.-Mrs. Salas
This week students are continuing to study forces. We will be making real world connections on how we use them in our daily lives. Please message me on dojo if you have any questions! -Mrs. A. Martinez
Hello 5th grade parents and guardians! We have learned how to add and subtract fractions and mixed numbers. We are now moving on to multiplying and dividing fractions and whole numbers using models and incorporating these operations with word problems. Please make sure your child is completing their Schoology work as well as www.aleks.com. Thanks for all you do!-Ms. Piscacek
In science, we are studying the water cycle. The student is expected to explain how the sun and the ocean interact in the water cycle. In social studies, we are studying the French and Indian War and the effects that it had on the colonies.-Mr. Walton
Ms. Drake' s1st-2nd STEM will be learning about animal characteristics that help them live in their environment. Students will be drawing and describing their favorite animals.