Citizenship & Government
Topic 1: Numeration
This week, we started our number of the day books which will be incorporated into our morning math time. Students will continue to touch on this skill throughout the year.
This week, students started Topic 1. We have been focusing on understanding how to write numbers in standard, word, and expanded form. I split lesson 1-3 into a few days. Next week we will continue with 1-3 which goes into reading and writing numbers in the ten thousands and hundred thousands in multiple forms.
Homework: Students who do not finish their worksheet in class will be asked to finish it at home. In student's agendas we will list the lesson. Exp. 1-2:2 pages. Students were given a math packet with our lessons for the topic. On the top of each page it tells you what lesson it is. There are two sides reteaching or practice and spiral review that should be completed for each lesson that is listed in their agenda. Please do not have your child go ahead. If this is confusing, please see me. I have asked students to put it in their take home folder so that you can check to make sure they finished each day. Please make sure your child brings it back to school each day.
Morning Math Time
During this time, students will be broken up into small groups. Some students will be going to RTI math, and others will be staying in my room. Every Monday, I will be teaching students a game that focuses on a skill we are learning in math. Tuesday-Friday students will be split up into groups. There are four different rotations: Math Facts, At your seat work, Teacher Time, and Hands on.
Math Facts: Number of the day books/Xtra Math/Math Fact Fluency Games
At your Seat Work: Number of the day books/Worksheet, activity, etc. Ex. SCOOT
Teacher Time: Students will be working in small group on current skills.
Hands on: Students will play the skill based game they played on Monday.
As we start to incorporate technology into the curriculum, I will keep you informed. There are some apps that I have used in the past that allow parents to stay informed such as xtra math, raz, spelling city, and seesaw. I will be sending more information home in students take home folders and we start to incorporate them.
Bomber Spirit Night
Friday, Sep. 23rd, 5-6:30pm
Cannon Falls, MN
All ages are welcome
Spirit night event prior to football game vs. Rochester Lourdes!
(Paid admission to the football game is required)
wristbands sold for the following events ($5 each or $15 per family max): Games for kids, Dj in the Bandshell, Football toss, Bean Bag Bonanza, Bounce House, Bomber Duck Pond, Face Tattoos, Cotton Candy, A chance to talk with sports medicine providers from Mayo Clinic Health System
Thursday, Sep. 29th, 8am
1020 Minnesota Street East
Cannon Falls, MN
Elementary Picture day!
Stay tuned... Envelopes will be arriving shortly.