March 23-27 week 28

Author: krasmussen

Monday:

No School-Teacher Workshop

Tuesday:

Reading/Literacy:

Objectives:  Vocabulary-value; Phonics-suffixes -ful, -less,- er, -ly; Comprehension-Cause and Effect; Writing Process: Prewrite

Computer Lab:

Lab closed for MCA testing

Social Studies:  Chapter 5

(Dragseth) Objective:  Students will read Chapter 3 in Ranger in Time and reflect in their journal.

Science:

With Mrs. Dragseth

Special:

Music

Math:  10.8 Place Value

Objective:  Students will develop place-value concepts, and connect place value in money with place value in base-10 blocks.

Students will complete pp. 253-254 in their math journals.

Home Link 10.8 will be sent home for completion and returned to school

Health:  What’s On My Plate

Students will Identify the five food groups and examples of foods for each group, name foods they like from each food group and advocate to others to eat a variety of foods using the MyPlate tool

Wednesday:

Reading/Literacy:

Objectives:  Vocabulary-value, browse, spend; Phonics-suffixes -ful, -less,- er, -ly; Comprehension-Cause and Effect; Spelling-pretest

Computer Lab:

Lab closed for MCA testing

Social Studies:

(Dragseth)  Read Chapter 4 in ‘Ranger in Time’ and reflect in journal.

 Science:

With Mrs. Dragseth

Special:

Library/Art

Math:

No Math due to Art

Targeted Skill Work

Health:  What’s On My Plate

Students will Identify the five food groups and examples of foods for each group, name foods they like from each food group and advocate to others to eat a variety of foods using the MyPlate tool

Thursday:

Reading/Literacy:

VocabularyStructured Vocabulary Discussion; Phonics-suffixes -ful, -less,- er, -ly; Comprehension-Infer: Cause and Effect

Computer Lab:

Lab closed for MCA testing

Social Studies:

(Dragseth) Read Chapter 5 in Ranger In Time and reflect in journal.

Science:

With Mrs. Dragseth

Special:

Music

Math:  10.9 Place-Value Tools

Objective: Students will develop place-value concepts by using place-value tools.

Health:  What’s On My Plate

Students will Identify the five food groups and examples of foods for each group, name foods they like from each food group and advocate to others to eat a variety of foods using the MyPlate tool

Friday:  

Reading/Literacy:

Objectives:  Review Theme 13; Theme 13 assessment; spelling assessment;

Computer Lab:

Lab closed for MCA testing

Social Studies:

Read Ranger In Time

Science:

No Switch

Special:

Computer Lab

Math: 10.10 Place-Value Notation for Ten-Thousands

Objective:  Students will experience with place-value concepts to ten-thousands.

Students will complete p. 258 in their Math Journals.

Health:  What’s On My Plate

Students will Identify the five food groups and examples of foods for each group, name foods they like from each food group and advocate to others to eat a variety of foods using the MyPlate tool

 

 

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