Ms. Torres & Ms. Hurd's Newsletter
For the week of 9/28
Leader in Me Habit of the Week
Work First,Then Play
I spend my time on things that are most important. This means I say no to things I know I should not do. I set priorities, make a schedule, and follow my plan. I am disciplined and organized.
We will be learning and discussing Habit 3 this week.
Our Learning Targets...
Reading - I can read a variety of poems. I can identify the structural elements of poetry (ex. rhyme, meter, stanzas, and line break), relate these elements to form, and use them as evidence to support their understanding of the poem.
Writing - I can write poetry in a variety of formats.
Social Studies - I can identify American Indian groups in Texas
Math – I can demonstrate understanding of multiplicative comparisons (twice as big, three times as tall etc).
Science - I can build a simple circuit. I can make connections between mechanical and electrical energy, and identify conductors and insulators.
9/29 Fall Pictures
10/12 No School
11/16 & 11/17 Talent Show Tryouts
Every Kid in a Park
The National Park Foundation, an extension of the National Park Service, is sponsoring a year-long initiative to help get 4th graders and their families into our National Parks, Lands and Waters. At the link below is information for 4th grade teachers and parents to get the pass that allows the student and family FREE access to National Parks, Lands and Waters. A great opportunity for students and families to get out and experience our nation’s history and natural areas for an entire year!