Week of Jan 18: Lesson Plans

HIGHLIGHTS


TESTS

  • THURSDAY: Spelling

TUESDAY 1/18/22

  • MATH
    • I can multiply by 4.  Use the strategy, “Double, double.”  p.383-386.
    • HW. p.387-388
  • SCIENCE
    • I can investigate magnets.  New Unit.
  • RELIGION
    • I can understand my role in serving God’s Kingdom.  p.48-49.
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Students must sign up for a book for the January book report by today.
      • Free choice, but must be approved.
      • Report will be written in class during the last week of January.
    • STAR TESTING FOR ALL LANGUAGE ARTS STUDENTS
    • Spelling Words: 5x each 1.  I’d  – I would2.  aren’t-   are not

      3.  haven’t – have not

      4.  doesn’t – does not

      5.  hadn’t –  had not

      6.  would’ve – would have

      7.  wouldn’t –   would not

      8.  should’ve – should have

      9.  we’d  -we did

      10.  weren’t- were not

      11.  hasn’t-  has not

      12.  couldn’t- could not

      13.  he’d – he had

      14.  they’d  – they  had

      15.  shouldn’t-     should not

      16.  won’t –  will not

      17.  contractions

      18. placement

  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • HW: READ pages 57 through 65  and complete the packet called Preview Lesson 4
    • We did not get to the flip book last week so we shall start today.
    • New books finally have arrived!!! Please put a book sock on the hard covered book and cover the workbook with contact paper.

WEDNESDAY 1/19/22

  • Covid Test Day
  • MATH
    • STAR TESTING FOR ALL MATH STUDENTS
  • SCIENCE
    • I can make a spiderweb with a partner.  This completes our Spider Project. Awards are given for lst, 2nd, 3rd place in each class.
  • RELIGION
    • I can listen to the Gospel with Sr. Theresa or Mrs. Buchanan.
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day:  brittle
    • Idiom of the Week:  under the weather
    • Continuing with Pecos Bill – did not get to it last week, too many students absent
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Project – spelling practice , cursive

THURSDAY 1/20/22

  • MATH
    • I can divide by 4.  p. 389-392  HW. p. 393-394
  • SCIENCE
    • I can do experiments with North and South magnets.  Bring a North/South magnet to school if you have one.
  • RELIGION
    • I can name ways that help show the Kingdom of God in small things. p. 51-52
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day: antique
    • Spelling test
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Cursive

FRIDAY 1/21/22

  • MATH
    • I can explore the 10x tables.  Teacher directed.  No homework.  Origami today.
  • RELIGION
    • I can review the chapter and prepare for the religion test next week.
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day: bamboozle
    • Work on adjectives
  • LIBRARY
  • SPANISH
  • CATCH-UP DAY

Week of Jan 10: Lesson Plans

HIGHLIGHTS


FREE DRESS ALL WEEK!

STAR TESTING

  • Students who did not take the Star Testing before vacation will take it when they return to school this week.

EPIPHANY

  • We will celebrate the feast of the Three Kings Monday.  Make sure you bring your decorated shoes to class.

TESTS

  • THURSDAY: Spelling

MONDAY 1/10/22

  • MATH
    • I can draw bar diagrams in the half book for addition and subtraction problems.
  • SCIENCE
    • I can present my spider report to the class.
  • RELIGION
    • I can do a project on the best gift that I gave to someone at Christmas.
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Idiom of the Week:  hit the nail on the head
    • Word of the Day: graceful
    • Spelling Words: (homophones) Write each word 5 times and put each word in a sentence.
      1. whole
      2. hole
      3. its
      4. it’s
      5. hear
      6. here
      7. won
      8. one
      9. our
      10. hour
      11. their
      12. there
      13. fur
      14. fir
      15. piece
      16. peace
      17. waste
      18. waist
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Read section on Early Settlers

TUESDAY 1/11/22

  • MATH
    • I can divide by 2.  p. 307-309.
    • HW 311-312.
  • SCIENCE
    • I can present my spider report to the class and watch a video about spider webs.
  • RELIGION
    • I can understand the importance of being a good listener.   p. 45-46 in text.
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day: anonymous
    • Silent writing for 10 minutes
    • Students will explain what a play is and how actors act out written words on a page. We shall discuss how acting out a play is different from reading a story aloud.
    • Students will watch Get Curious Video:  “Auditions”
    • Vocabulary words to know: audition, rehearse, ability, actor
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Work on Flip book

WEDNESDAY 1/12/22

  • Covid Test Day
  • Mass at 8:30am – Students will watch in the classroom.
  • MATH
    • I can find patterns in the 4x tables.  No textbook used.  No HW.
  • SCIENCE
    • No Class due to Mass and altered schedule.
  • RELIGION
    • I can listen to the gospel with Sr. Theresa or Mrs. Buchanan.
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day:  famished
    • Library for 3A.
      • BOOK FOR JANUARY BOOK REPORT – FREE CHOICE (ALMOST, SHOW ME YOUR BOOK)
    • Parts for the play — practicing
    • Adjectives
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Cursive practice

THURSDAY 1/13/22

  • MATH
    • I can double a known fact and use this strategy to solve the 4x tables. No textbook used.  No HW.
  • SCIENCE
    • I can make a spiderweb with a partner.
  • RELIGION
    • I can understand what a parable is and why Jesus told parables.  p. 47-48 in text.  Video clips shown.
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Spelling homework due
    • Spelling test
    • Adjective work
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Cursive

FRIDAY 1/14/22

  • MATH
    • I can review the weeks work and make a snowflake based on the book Snowflake Bentley.
  • RELIGION
    • I can understand my role in serving God’s Kingdom.  p.48-49.
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day: browse
  • LIBRARY
  • SPANISH
  • CATCH-UP DAY

February is Traffic Duty for 3rd Grade

Week of Jan 3: Lesson Plans

HIGHLIGHTS


CHRISTMAS CONCERT   

Congratulations on a great Christmas Concert.   It was beautifully done, and all the speakers and singers were wonderful.  If you missed it, please try to see it because it is fantastic.

CHRISTMAS GIFTS 

Thank you to all the parents that contributed to the Christmas Fund.  We greatly appreciate the generous gift.  Please forgive us if you don’t get a personal thank-you card for any other gifts that were given.  Sometimes names are not on the gift or the name comes off the gift, or, in my case, my list was accidentally thrown away by a family member.

SPIDER REPORTS 

Pick up your spider report from your desk when you come on Monday for books.  These reports will have to be presented on Zoom during our science class this week.  Be prepared to read it and show your pictures.  Keep this report and give it to Mrs. Buchanan for grading upon your return to school next week.

EPIPHANY SHOE

The pattern for the shoe will be in your packet when you pick up your books and supplies for Zoom.  Decorate it, put it together and bring it to school on Monday, January 10, when you return to school.  Shoestring is optional.

READING

Make sure you have a book with you at all times. Hopefully, Santa brought you one for Christmas.

PENCIL PACKS

Please make sure you clean out your pencil packs and add new sharpened pencils and new colored pencils.

TESTS

  • Thursday: Spelling

MONDAY 1/3/22

PLEASE COME TO THE CLASSROOM MONDAY TO PICK UP YOUR SCHOOL BOOKS, SPOTTED BOOKS, PAPERS AND SPIDER REPORT.

Items to take home on Monday for Mrs. Buchanan: math textbook, green and red spotted books, math packet, shoe outline. 


TUESDAY 1/4/22

  • MATH
    • I can review algebra and the work covered over the last few weeks. Star Testing for those who were absent before vacation will be upon their return.
  • SCIENCE
    • I can present my spider report to the class by reading it and showing the pictures via Zoom.
  • RELIGION
    • I can make New Year’s Resolutions.
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Students will need their printouts for the following tribe information: Hupa, Chumash, Miwok and the Mojavi
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Idiom of the Week: like pulling teeth
    • Word of the Day: meander
    • Reading: Fantasies
    • Vocabulary to know: projects, assigned, mosaics, retains, precious, demolition
    • “Dear Dragon” found in the My Pal reading book
    • Students will be able to identify adjectives in sentences
    • Spelling Words: (“oi” sound) Write the words 5 times each.
      1. joy
      2. point
      3. voice
      4. join
      5. oil
      6. coin
      7. noise
      8. spoil
      9. toy
      10. joint
      11. boy
      12. soil
      13. choice
      14. boil
      15. moisture
      16. voyage
      17. avoid
      18. joyful

WEDNESDAY 1/5/22

  • MATH
    • I can investigate patterns in the 2x tables. Teacher directed. No work in the textbook.
  • SCIENCE
    • I can present my spider report to the class by reading it and showing the pictures via Zoom.
  • RELIGION
    •  Listen to the gospel with Sr. Theresa or Mrs. Buchanan.
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Work on the handouts-practice for spelling test
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day:  fabulous
    • Look for Literary elements in the story
      • How have the characters changed in the story?
      • Visualization by looking at the details in the illustrations
    • Review vocabulary from yesterday

THURSDAY 1/6/22

  • MATH
    • I can use strategies to do the 2x tables. P. 301-303 HW. p. 305-305
  • SCIENCE
    • I can present my spider report to the class by reading it and showing the pictures via Zoom.
  • RELIGION
    • I can listen to the story of Snowflake Bentley.
    • I can make a shoe for the Epiphany. Bring it to school on Monday, January 10.
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Project- Not sure if we will get to this yet. I shall keep you posted.
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day: canine
    • Spelling test
    • Complete page 215 for  DEAR DRAGON

FRIDAY 1/7/22

NO SCHOOL.

BE STRONG! BE SAFE! YOU CAN DO IT!

Week of Dec 6: Lesson Plans

HIGHLIGHTS


We are in Christmas Mode for the next two weeks.  That means that we will be doing Christmas activities in some of the classes as well as our regular work and tests.  TIS THE SEASON TO BE JOLLY!

SPIDER PROJECT

  • FINALIZED THIS WEEK BY THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9.  ALL WORK IS DONE IN CLASS.

BULLETIN BOARD 

  • Please stop by to see our beautiful Christmas Tree that Ms. Cisneros did for third grade.  We will decorate this tree with Math ornaments and Language Arts ornaments.

TESTS

  • THURSDAY: Spelling
  • FRIDAY
    • Religion: Chapters 4 and 5. Understanding Multiplication and Understanding Division.  Know fact families and pictures to do multiplication and division.
    • Math: Chapter 4. JESUS IS WITH US.  P. 29-35 in the text.  We will review this chapter two times this week.

MONDAY 12/6/21

  • MATH
    • I can draw math diagrams to solve math stories in my half book. (Mixed Addition and Subtraction)  No Assignment.
  • SCIENCE
    • I can finalize my Spider Project this week by cutting, pasting in pictures, and text.
  • RELIGION
    • Review for Chapter 4 Test JESUS IS WITH US.  p. 29- 35 in the religion text.
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Pass out packets – Read about the Native Americans, The Hupa
    • Vocabulary words to know: culture, historian, settler, shaman, natural resources
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Idiom of the Week: toot your horn
    • Word of the Day: weary
    • Pronouns: Subject/Object agreement
    • Charlotte’s Web: Chapter 20
    • Spelling Words: Write the words 5 times each. Use in a sentence, or you may write a short story using the words.
      1. Christmas
      2. jolly
      3. turkey
      4. reindeer
      5. sleigh
      6. Jesus
      7. Santa
      8. Mary
      9. Joseph
      10. Wise Men
      11. Advent
      12. presents
      13. mistletoe
      14. joyous
      15. Bethlehem
      16. hot chocolate
      17. snow
      18. skiing

TUESDAY 12/7/21

  • MATH
    • I can make a math ornament.
  • SCIENCE
    • I can finalize my Spider Project this week by cutting, pasting in pictures, and text.
  • RELIGION
    • I can listen to a Christmas Read-a-Loud in class.  This will be done this week and next until the book is finished.
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • The Chumash Indians
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day: adolescent
    • Charlotte’s Web: Read chapter 21

WEDNESDAY 12/8/21

  • Covid Test Day
  • Mass at 8:30am
  • MATH
    • I can successfully use and understand division and multiplication vocabulary.  p. 283-284.
  • SCIENCE
    • I can finalize my Spider Project this week by cutting, pasting in pictures, and text.
  • RELIGION
    • Gospel with Sr. Theresa and/or Mrs. Buchanan
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Practice for spelling test
    • Cursive practice
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day:  rumor
    • Subject Pronouns
    • Charlotte’s Web

THURSDAY 12/9/21

  • MATH
    • I can read a math story and use a strategy to solve it.
  • SCIENCE
    • I can finalize my Spider Project this week by cutting and pasting in pictures and text.
  • RELIGION
    • Fr. Ryan to visit third grade classes.
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • The Miwok Indians
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day: rarely
    • Object Pronouns
    • Spelling test
    • Charlotte’s Web: Finish all chapters

FRIDAY 12/10/21

  • MATH
    • Test on Math chapters 4 and 5, Understanding Multiplication and Division)
  • RELIGION
    • Test on Chapter 4 Jesus Is With Us. p. 29-35.
    • Assessment
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Library
    • Spanish
    • Word of the Day: contribute
    • Turn in completed Charlotte’s Web

Week of Nov 29: Lesson Plans

HIGHLIGHTS


HERE COMES SANTA

  • Santa was sent home last week to be given a new look.  All Santas are due Wednesday, December 1.

BOOK REPORT DAY – Tuesday

TESTS

  • THURSDAY: Spelling

MONDAY 11/29/21

  • MATH
    • I can understand the meaning of division.   p. 245-248  Assignment p. 249-250
  • SCIENCE
    • I can continue to work on the spider project to finalize all sentences, type them up, cut them out and get them ready to go into the spider booklet.
  • RELIGION
    • I can understand that my name is special to me.  Teacher directed with project.
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Read stories “How Fire Got to the People”
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Idiom of the Week: on the fence
    • Word of the Day: united
    • Pronouns: I can identify pronouns in a sentence.
    • HOMEWORK: Complete Chapters 16 and 17 of Charlotte’s Web packet
    • Charlotte’s Web: I can use  a $5.00 budget to purchase items at the county fair.
    • Spelling Words (ch, tch): 5 times each along with a sentence
      1. fetch
      2. stretch
      3. roach
      4. each
      5. peach
      6. screech
      7. snatch
      8. hatch
      9. branch
      10. clutch
      11. trench
      12. cinch
      13. ouch
      14. couch
      15. stretcher
      16. switching
      17. launch
      18. slouch

TUESDAY 11/30/21

  • MATH
    • I can understand division as equal sharing.  p. 251-254  Assignment p. 255-260
  • SCIENCE
    • I can continue to work on the spider project to finalize all sentences, type them up, cut them out and get them ready to go into the spider booklet.
  • RELIGION
    • I can tell ways to live my faith by following Jesus’ example.  p. 34-35 Discussion
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Pass out booklets for new unit on Native Americans
      • Read first section
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day: vast
    • BOOK REPORT DAY: Bring your book to school

WEDNESDAY 12/1/21

  • MATH
    • I can relate division to subtraction.  p. 257-260  Assignment p. 261-262
  • SCIENCE
    • I can continue to work on the spider project to finalize all sentences, type them up, cut them out and get them ready to go into the spider booklet.
  • RELIGION
    • The Gospel with Sr. Theresa or Mrs. Buchanan
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Cursive practice and prepare for spelling tests
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day:  determined
    • Library Day for 3A
    • Charlotte’s Web: Write a story.

THURSDAY 12/2/21

  • MATH
    • I can relate division and multiplication by applying math vocabulary.  Mr. Clarke to teach the lesson.  p. 265-268  Assignment 269-270
  • SCIENCE
    • I can finalize my spider project with sentences and pictures all glued into the Spider Booklet.
  • RELIGION
    • I can look at the 2021-2022 Liturgical Calendar and understand the way it is sectioned off with the various colors and what each color means.
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Cursive
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day: accomplishments
    • Spelling test
    • Charlotte’s Web: I can write a letter properly.

FRIDAY 12/3/21

  • MATH
    • I can think of division as an inverse operation to multiplication.  p. 271-274  No Assignment.
  • RELIGION
    • I can read the next block of the Pyramid of Success in Inch and Miles: Loyalty p. 25.
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Library
    • Spanish
    • Catch up on Charlotte’s Web

Week of Nov 22: Lesson Plans

HIGHLIGHTS


MASS SCHEDULED FOR MONDAY.

PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES

  • Thank you for coming to the conferences with your student(s).  If there is anything we can do to help you in any way, please don’t hesitate to ask.  We are here to make your child a success in every waY.

NEW CHRISTMAS PROJECT COMING HOME FOR THE THIRD GRADE FAMILIES THIS WEEK.  ENJOY!  

HAVE A WONDERFUL THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY.  

DON’T FORGET TO TAKE YOUR DRESSED TURKEY HOME ON YOUR LAST DAY.


MONDAY 11/23/21

  • MATH
    • I can apply base-ten methods to do addition and subtraction.  Coach Josh to do this session.
  • SCIENCE
    • I can continue to work on the spider project to finalize all sentences, type them up, cut them out and get them ready to go into the spider booklet.
  • RELIGION
    • I can make a THANKSGIVING CARD for our Thanksgiving table.
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Idiom of the Week:  up to your ears
    • Word of the Day: pledge
    • No spelling words this week
    • Vocabulary practice
    • Charlotte’s Web “Chapter 17”
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Introduce new unit on Native Americans

TUESDAY 11/23/21

  • MATH
    • I can understand the meaning of division.
  • SCIENCE
    • I can continue to work on the spider project to finalize all sentences, type them up, cut them out and get them ready to go into the spider booklet.
  • RELIGION
    • I can listen to a story about the Angel bringing a message to Joseph.  Crossword puzzle to be done in class.
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day: absurd
    • Read Thanksgiving stories
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Cursive

WEDNESDAY 11/24/21 – NO SCHOOL

THURSDAY 11/25/21 – NO SCHOOL

FRIDAY 11/26/21 – NO SCHOOL

Week of Nov 15: Lesson Plans

HIGHLIGHTS


ALL STUDENTS must accompany their parents to conferences.

RETESTS FOR MATH AND RELIGION

  • On Monday, students will take a retest on the subtraction test.  The last retest was sent home on Friday.  This is the last opportunity for this math test.  On Tuesday, students will take the retest in religion if they need to do this test.

TURKEY DECORATING  

  • Students are bringing home a turkey picture to decorate.  This is due Tuesday, November 16.  They can be taken home the day before our holiday begins.

LEAF PROJECTS will be on display next week in the third grade hallway.

WHITE GLUE STICKS ONLY PLEASE.  NO PURPLE.

NOVEMBER BOOK REPORT

  • Theme: travel, Thanksgiving, Pilgrims, Immigration, people traveling to a new country

TESTS

  • MONDAY: Math restest
  • TUESDAY: Religion retest
  • THURSDAY: Spelling

MONDAY 11/15/21

  • MATH
    • I can draw math diagrams to solve math stories in my half book.  (Subtraction)
  • SCIENCE
    • Students will be finalizing their spider project by typing sentences and finding pictures for their booklet.  Classes will alternate with religion this week.
  • RELIGION
    • No religion class today.  Classes will alternate with science this week.
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Idiom of the Week:  catch on
    • Word of the Day: refuse
    • Moodmeter
    • Verb and Noun review
    • Spelling Words (silent letters): 5 times each

1.  wreck

2. knee

3, wrap

4.  knot

5.  knife

6.  write

7.  wring

8.  knew

9.  knock

10.  knight

11.  wrong

12.  wrench

13.  wrist

14.  wrote

15.  kneel

16.  knitting

17.  wreath

18.  unwrapped


TUESDAY 11/16/21

  • MATH
    • I can identify, draw, and graph arrays to solve a multiplication problem and connect it to repeated addition. p. 205-207
    • Assignment p. 209-210.
  • RELIGION
    • I can work on a special travel project for my family.
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day: drowsy
    • Charlotte’s Web
    • Thanksgiving stories: Do rough copy in the LA. spotted

WEDNESDAY 11/17/21

  • MATH
    • I can identify, draw and graph arrays to solve a multiplication problem.  p. 211-213
    • Assignment p. 215-216
  • SCIENCE
    • Students will be finalizing their spider project by typing sentences and finding pictures for their booklet.
  • RELIGION
    • No religion class today.  Classes will alternate with science this week.
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day:  slang
    • Silent reading for 15 minutes
    • Work on Thanksgiving stories
    • Charlotte’s Web
    • Library
    • Practice for spelling test

THURSDAY 11/18/21

  • MATH
    • I can understand multiplication vocabulary. p. 217-231.
  • RELIGION
    • I can retell the parable of the Loaves and Fishes and realize Jesus’ divinity.
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day: zilch
    • Spelling test
    • Work on Thanksgiving stories

FRIDAY 11/19/21

  • MATH
    • I can cut out the vocabulary cards and do math work on the Ipad. p. 187
  • RELIGION
    • I can listen to the Gospel with Mrs. Buchanan
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day: hilarious
    • Library
    • Spanish
    • moodmeter

Week of Nov 8: Lesson Plans

HIGHLIGHTS


LEAF PROJECT [Due Tuesday, Nov 9]: We have shared leaves with students, if they have asked for them.  I have furry leaves and compound leaves if your student wants one.  They must ask.

TESTS

  • SPELLING TEST WEDNESDAY
  • MATH TEST WEDNESDAY
    • CHAPTER 3 SUBTRACTION
    • This is the hardest test that students will take all year.  If a student got more that 3 problems wrong, they will have to retake the test.  In fact, I will give everyone the opportunity to do the test again since the majority of students do have to retake it. Students will come home Monday with that test for parents to look at.  The test on Wednesday will be shorter but still cover all the items on the original test.

MONDAY 11/8/21

  • MATH
    • I can solve subtraction problems by using bar diagrams in the half book.
  • SCIENCE
    • I can finish writing my spider report sentences, get them approved, and start to type them.
  • RELIGION
    • I can explore the differences in families and tell about my family [teacher-directed].
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Idiom of the Week:  sing your praises
    • Word of the Day: bold
    • Begin studying VERBS, action and the verb BEING
    • Spelling Words: 3 times each

      1.  ledge

      2. smudge

      3, nudge

      4.  budge

      5.  ridge

      6.  wedge

      7.  quiet

      8.  circus

      9.  second

      10.  quart

      11.  quick

      12.  comma

      13.  stage

      14.  huge

  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Cursive practice

TUESDAY 11/9/21

  • MATH
    • I can use repeated addition to solve a multiplication problem.  p. 199-201  Assignment p. 203-204
  • SCIENCE
    • I can finish writing my spider report sentences, get them approved and start to type them.
  • RELIGION
    • I can discover attitudes that help family life and celebrate being a family.  Two day Lesson
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day: unruly
    • Charlotte’s Web: Chapter 13, “Good Progress”
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Practice for spelling test

WEDNESDAY 11/10/21

  • MATH
    • RETEST for Chapter 3 Subtraction
  • SCIENCE
    • Students will present their Leaf Project to the class.
  • RELIGION
    • I can listen to the Gospel with Sr. Theresa or Mrs. Buchanan
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day:  vank
    • Library
    • SPELLING TEST
    • Charlotte’s Web: Chapter 14 (if time)
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Cursive

THURSDAY 11/11/21

NO SCHOOL


FRIDAY 11/12/21

  • MATH
    • I can identify, draw and graph arrays to solve a multiplication problem. p. 211-213
  • RELIGION
    • I can discover attitudes that help family life and celebrate being a family [two-day lesson].
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day: texture
    • Library
    • Spanish
    • Catch-up day for Charlotte’s Web
    • Review vocabulary

Week of Nov 1: Lesson Plans

HIGHLIGHTS


IS YOUR STUDENT MAKING HIS/HER BED BEFORE SHE LEAVES HOME? Please remind them.

LEAF PROJECT: How is it going?  Are you finding leaves and pressing them into a thick book to dry them.  Let me know if you need a leaf because we can ask other to share their leaves.

RUNNER’S CLUB: It is a success and the students ask for it if you are late in starting!

SPIDER PROJECT: It will be done in school during science class. Do not bring pictures in yet. Thank you.

TESTS

  • NOUNS TEST WEDNESDAY
  • REGIONS OF CALIFORNIA TEST WEDNESDAY
  • RELIGION TEST FRIDAY
    • 4 KINDS OF PRAYERS
  • MATH TEST FRIDAY
    • CHAPTER 3 SUBTRACTION

MONDAY 11/1/21

MASS MONDAY MORNING AT 8:15. Fifth grade is doing the mass.

  • MATH
    • I can solve addition math stories by drawing a bar diagram to show a visual picture of what the story is about.
  • SCIENCE
    • I can work on my Spider Report by researching on the internet information about my spider.
  • RELIGION
    • No religion classes due to mass.  We will adjust or schedule for other activities.
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Read scary stories (if time permits)
    • Review for NOUN TEST ON WEDNESDAY
      • singular/plural, common/proper, possessive nouns
    • Idiom of the week:  hold your horses
    • Word of the day: participate
    • First dDay of Poetry presentations
      • Students will be able to: speak loud and clear, use expression, know their material, speak slowly
    • Charlotte’s Web. chapter 10 (if time)
      • Students will answer questions about chapter 10. They will be able to tell who, what, where, when and how the events are happening. The upper group will be expected to answer all questions in a full and complete sentences.  Smaller groups goes out with my aide for more one-on-one help.
    • Spelling words: 3 times each, 3 letter blends

      1.  already

      2. pair-use in a sentence

      3, pare-use in a sentence

      4.  pear -use in a sentence

      5.  knew -use in a sentence

      6.  splash

      7.  strange

      8.  scratch

      9.  squeeze

      10.  squeal

      11.  screen

      12.  split

      13.  splat

      14.  sprain

      15.  sprint

      16.  strip

      17.  strap

      18.  scrap

      19.  straddle

      20.  splurge

      21. scrawl

      22. squirrel

  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Work on Regions of California project (flip book) in preparation for a test on WEDNESDAY

TUESDAY 11/2/21

  • MATH
    • I can discuss what I know about multiplication, define it, and tell 4 important facts about it.
  • SCIENCE
    • I can work on my Spider Report by researching on the internet information about my spider.
  • RELIGION
    • I can review the 4 kinds of prayers and which prayers are the most important to prepare for the religion test on Friday.
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day: crackle
    • 10 minutes of silent reading
    • Poetry presentations -4 students
    • Chapter 11 in Charlotte’s Web
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Work on Flip Book and vocabulary
    • Words to prepare for test
      • San Andreas Fault
      • Mountain Region
      • Desert Region
      • Central Valley
      • Coastal Region
      • region
      • compass rose
      • equator
      • Lewis and Clark
      • Christopher Columbus
      • globe
      • continent

WEDNESDAY 11/3/21

  • MATH
    • I can play the math game Circle and Stars to help me understand, solve and write multiplication problems.
  • SCIENCE
    • I can work on my Spider Report by researching on the internet information about my spider.
  • RELIGION
    • I can listen to the Gospel with Sr. Theresa or Mrs. Buchanan
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the day:  hazard
    • Library
    • Poetry presentation
    • NOUN TEST
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • REGIONS OF CALIFORNIA TEST

THURSDAY 11/4/21

  • MATH
    • I can solve a multiplication problem by drawing, looking at pictures and using repeated addition.  p. 193-196.
    • Assignment p. 197-198
  • SCIENCE
    • I can work on my Spider Report by researching on the internet information about my spider.
  • RELIGION
    • I can show forgiveness and learn what words to use to reflect forgiveness. p. 26-27
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day: novel
    • SPELLING TEST
    • Charlotte’s Web
    • Poetry presentations
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Cursive practice

FRIDAY 11/5/21

  • MATH
    • TEST: Chapter 3, Subtraction
  • RELIGION
    • TEST: 4 Kinds of Prayer
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the day: sly
    • Library
    • Spanish
    • Charlotte’s Web