Math continues to solidify understanding of greatest common factor and least common multiple. Students are expected to know the reason and process for both ideas as they relate to their work with fractions when creating equivalent fractions and expressing fractions in simplest form. An assessment is scheduled Thursday for lessons three through seven. Online resources are available when you click here: My Math
A few academic tasks are culminating for us as we spent a good portion Wednesday working diligently toward completing individual and team projects; a book report mobile, Tucson History video, and a famous women’s biography and the Art Expo auction sculpture. I was very impressed by the children’s industry throughout the day. While they were working, I distracted them from socializing too much by reading aloud a fantasy story about a quest to save a kingdom from evil forces.
May 8; Noon Dismissal
May 17; Art Expo
May 23; Year-End Party and Awards at Tucson Racquet Club
May 24; Noon Dismissal
Spelling Words with oi, oy, ou, ow
Spelling pretest was Monday, April 15 and the test is scheduled after Easter Break. Additionally, the lessons for reading, grammar, and vocabulary began last week and continue after break. Assessments are scheduled for April 26th.