Math- Students worked on math stations. One of them was working on subtracting 1 digit from 2 digits.
Arts Ed- Students learned a “Rain on the Green Grass” song.
Daily 5- Today we worked on our PWIM poster and came up with words for them. I told them I was going to mark it, and the scoring would go as follows: To get a 4 (Excellent writer)- They needed to come up with 8 original sentences of their own about the poster. To get a 3 (Good writer), they would have to come up with 6 original sentences of their own. To get a 2 (progressing writer), they had to write 3/4 original sentences of their own about the poster. To get a 1 (beginning writer) they could copy the sentences from the board. If they didn’t finish their sentences, it is for homework. I am including the PWIM picture below.
Phys Ed- I taught the students how to play a very active version of kickball.
Music- Ms. Hendry
*Swimming tomorrow! Please have your child bring a towel, swimsuit, and a bag to put everything in.
**There is a Parent Expo on Thursday evening from 6-9, that I encourage all parents try to attend. There will be great advice and conversation/support.
Math- Pg. 139 Students worked on subtracting 1 digit number from two digit.
Daily 5- Work on Writing- The students created an emoji poem and put it on the blog. Check out their lymeric!
Social- Mrs. Maley shared her family tree and went all the way back to her great great grandparents. I explained to them how my relatives benefited from being a Settler in Canada, and how I still benefit from Treaties today. We discussed what “We are All Treaty People” means. Each child has a little bit of homework. They are taking their own family tree home to see if they can fill it out (with your help) as far back as they can!
*Reminder that swimming is on Thursday at 1-3 at the NWLC. Please pay online thanks!
**Please try and remember to bring an empty paper towel roll for the student’s rain stick project.