April 11-15, 2016
This week we begin Asking and Answering Questions and Author's Point of View with our non-fiction text. Students will be taught and practice turning headings into questions to help them read for understanding. They will also look for clues that the author gives in the text to tell the reader how they feel about the topic.
- Using mental math to multiply larger factors
- exploring elapsed time
- multidigit multiplication
We'll be at the Civic Center during our math block on Thursday.
**In the photo are Cooper, Kale, and Caleb. They are playing the new card game Pile Up.
The students continue to work with partners in their eating healthy and taking care of their bodies matrix.
Student Council Announcement
Schedule for the Week
Tuesday: Guidance & Computer Lab
Wednesday: **Late Start**
PE & Buddies
Thursday: Civic Center-Still need a lot of the permission slips
Friday: Art, Library, & Meals for the Heartland-have ALL of permission slips