Another full week ahead for us! After a successful caribou hunt last week I am excited for what is coming up this week.
First though, thank you to all those that volunteered or stopped by the carwash/bake sale over the weekend. It was a huge success! I will keep you posted on future fundraising opportunities. Also, we have three families already that joined the PTSA meeting last week. I am so proud and thankful for such involved families!
This Thursday is our school’s open house and is a chance for families to come upstairs and see the classroom and some of the things the students work on regularly as well as currently. I am excited to see all of you there!
Until then, our class will continue our work with adjectives as will begin also studying prefixes and root words with our skyscrapers. This language and grammar study has become a normal part of our routine and work sessions.
In cultural studies we have a collection of books on the industrial revolution from which students choose to write a paragraph about. This boom in technology will tie in nicely when we begin our ASD provided science kit that explores computer systems. For now, our science continues to look at different ways to identify the leaves that are beginning to fall. We’ll take a look at some leaves outside as well as some mixed salad greens to practice our naturalist eyes.
In math most of the class is concentrating on place values and surface area. This week we will continue to diversify our math studies.
A short a sweet letter this week as I’m sure we will chat more come Thursday at open house!