Room 113 News November 18th
If you helped in any way this week, thank you!
Our class was so spoiled this week with such a huge variety of snacks from all over the world.
Thank you Janel McNary for organizing all of the snacks throughout the week. Thank you also for the corndogs and our ZUMBA class every Tuesday and Thursday morning.
Thank you to Pac's family for sending the Thai custard snacks.
Thank you to Korn's family for sending the toasted rice snacks.
Thank you to Rachel's family for sending the seaweed snack.
Thank you to Kate's family for sending the waffle cookies.
Thank you to Ariana's family for sending the cheese pies.
Thank you to Eri's family for the huge assortment of thai sweets.
Thank you to Rodolpho's family for sending the chocolate balls and empanadas.
Thank you to Peppin's family for the minced pork and rice cracker snack.
Thank you to Ryan's family for sending the all American rice krispie treats.
Thank you to Taewan's family for sending the Korean chips.
December 16th - 11:30am early dismissal
ThaiCraft Fair, 9:00am-1:00 pm (Rajendra Hall)
21 Day Kindness Challenge
- compliment someone
- include someone by inviting them to join
- help someone
- smile at someone you normally don't
- share something
- give something
The list goes on, but an important thing to remember is that kindness is not always giving someone something. Prompt your child to share their kind deeds each night. They say that if you do something for 21 days, it will become a habit!
Time, Shapes and Fractions as Equal Parts of Shapes
In this unit, students extend their understanding of part–whole relationships through the lens of geometry. As students compose and decompose shapes, they begin to develop an understanding of unit fractions (fractions with one in the numerator) as equal parts of a whole.
Shapes are identified and described by their attributes.
Fractions are parts of a greater whole.
A clock is a circle and can be divided as fractions.
What makes a shape a shape?
What are fractions?
How can understanding fractions help with telling time?