Week of April 19
Please note that it is not possible to include a picture of every child in every weekly newsletter. I try to select a few photos that aren't too blurry each week to represent student learning, It is not my intention to exclude anyone.
Students discussed ways to identify the important parts of a story:
- When a character is showing a strong feeling
- When the author uses an ellipse (...)
- When there is a clue in a picture
- When the author tells you!
Students found important parts in their stories and shared them with the whole class.
While it's helpful to know Times Tables, students are learning that there's more to multiplication.
This week, they began sorting groups of objects and writing repeated addition sentences to match. They also learned The Grid Game, which teaches repeated addition by crating arrays.