Ms. Bachhuber's Bulletin

October 9th

Harlem Ambassadors Assembly

Two of the members of the Harlem Ambassadors Joined us on Thursday, October 8th for an hour of school. They talked to us about experiences they had during school.

Mike told a story about his education with the moral "Don't be a class clown."

Alex talked about not letting bullies get to you. His moral was "Mental Toughness."

We had fun dancing, singing, listening to stories, playing games, and watching some three-point shots!

Everyday Math

Our Unit 2 Math test will be Monday, October 19th.

This test will cover...

  • Multi-digit addition
  • Multi-digit subtraction
  • Equivalent names for numbers
  • Reading and writing numbers
  • Place Value
  • Expanded Form
  • Analyzing a tally chart and creating a graph

Ask your child...

What are three equivalent names for number 28? (Ex: 7x4, 20 + 8, 15 + 13, 2x12+2)

Write the number 6,845,309 in word form? (Six million, eight hundred forty-five thousand, three hundred nine)

What is 645 + 391 - Show your work! (1,036)

Thank you!

Thank you for getting your field trip forms back to me by today! We are very excited to go on the field trip to Aldo Leopold Nature Center on October 23rd!

For more information on the Aldo Leopold Nature Center, please click here.


In reading this week, we worked a lot on citing evidence when writing a short answer to a question. We followed the process of creating a topic sentence, citing and explaining our thoughts, and writing a closing sentence. Through this process, I have seen each student have much more complete answers that display their conceptual understanding of the reading.

One way we learned how to cite evidence in a text is through word-for-word quotes.

**Ask your child... What is a word-for-word quote and how do we use it to back up our thinking?

Important Dates to Remember

October 14th - Conference Timesheet Due

October 19th - Unit 2 Math Test

October 23rd - Field Trip to ALNC