The Prugh Crew
Week of February 25th
open, some, please, walk, made, meat, meet, seat, cheat, beat
Word Family -eat
Grammar - adverbs
We will continue our author study of Shel Silverstein this week through the study and performance of several more poems. The kids are loving this unit and doing some amazing work with this genre.
We will focus on functional "how to" writing all week. For example - how to make a sandwich, how to blow a bubble, how to make soup, etc....
In the beginning of the week, we will finish our telling time unit. Students are expected to be able to read an analog and a digital clock to the hour and half hour. In small group, we will learn about elapsed time.
Students continue to work on identifying coins, showing different ways to represent amounts of money, and counting collections of coins. Please keep practicing this skill at home.
On Monday, we will compare two great Presidents - Abraham Lincoln and George Washington. On Tuesday we will compare these leaders to the leaders of today.
Our focus will then turn to economics - learning about making choices.
All Boosterthon Pledge Money is DUE on Thursday!
On Wednesday we will celebrate EXCEEDING our Boosterthon goals!
Wear some comfy pajamas and bring your favorite board game to play the last 30 minutes of the day.
Thursday, 2/28 Six Flag Reading Logs Due
Tuesday, 3/5 Open House 6-7pm
Thursday, April 18th - Field Trip to the Perot Museum
I am still looking for chaperones - let me know if you are available and interested in spending the day with us!
Moby Math & iStation
Moby Math Link - 30 minutes per weekhttp://www.runmoby.com/x4228
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iStation - 30 minutes per week
You will need to download iStation to your home computer.