The Vise Press
January 8, 2016
Congratulations to Wesley and London for completing their next section of math facts!
We have begun setting aside time to meet and look at our most recent data. We have referred back to our previous goal, celebrated our success, and now our looking at our future needs. There has been lots to celebrate!
The students have been spending their flex time during the day working on owl research projects. We have learned some interesting facts and can't wait for our presentations!
Monday: Send in 10-12 pictures for the students to share with the class.
Friday: Students will read a book aloud to the class and they may bring an item for Show and Tell.
January 15th - Spirit Day
January 18th - NO SCHOOL
January 21st - Tech Night following the PTA meetings
January 22nd - Spirit Day
January 26th - Spirit Night at Spring Creek in Grapevine
January 29th - Spirit Day
What Will We Learn Next Week???
- Students will be able to explain that saving is an alternative to spending.
- Students will be able to calculate how money saved can accumulate into a larger amount over time.
- Students will be able to distinguish between a withdrawal and a deposit.
- Students will be able to identify examples of borrowing and distinguish between responsible and irresponsible borrowing.
- Students will be able to differentiate between producers and consumers and calculate the cost to produce a simple item.
Language Arts (including Social Studies):
- Students will be able to spell words with the /k/ sound.
- Students will be able to write an expository paper with an introduction, supporting details, and a conclusion.
- Students will be able to understand the importance of rereading a text to check for understanding and fluency.
- Students will be able to learn about economics. (goods and services, free enterprise system, producers and consumers)
- Students will be able to observe and describe rocks by size, color, and texture.