January 7th- Science fair experiment should be concluded.
January 14th- Results should be made on the display board.
January 21st- Conclusions made and displayed on the board.
January 29th- Display boards and video brought in and presented to class.
Mid-terms go home- January 24th
Science Fair- February 7
Science Fair Due Dates Sheet
Science Fair Grading Rubric
Superstar of the Week and Schedule
Family History Writing
Monday, September 24, 2018
|No School||Math packet lesson 8.1||Math packet lesson 8.2||Math packet lesson 8.2||Koosman Cash Store|
|vocab and p1||read story "Mr. Tanen's tie trouble"||test review||test less 15|
|packet pages 2-7||packet pages 8-14||finish packet||test less 15|
|Write a Haiku poem. Lines need to be syllables of 5,7,5-due Friday||Art: Monet garden scene||Work on Haiku poem, final due tomorrow.||If I were a snowman writing final due.|
Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Lesson 16 test review: 10 questions on vocabulary and homographs. Example: What does the word fly mean in the sentence? The toy airplane can really fly. A zipper, a kind of bug, become bigger, move through the year. 10 questions on the story “Mr. Tanen’s Tie Trouble” and story structure. 10 questions on endings ed and ing. Example: Which word rhymes with yelled? felt, belt, held, shell Example: Which word best completes the sentence? The children listen when the teacher is _______ them a story. telling, telled, teling, tells