These kiddos are feeling more like third graders every day! We have been diligently wrapping up the year with our end-of-year assessments and learning a few new concepts..
- We’ve been busily working on a little Father’s Day surprise…
- In language arts, we wrote birthday letters to Mo, and farewell letters to Senora Hevia and Ms. Werner telling them how much we appreciate and will miss them. Students also completed their end-of-year writing assessment to the prompt, “If I had one wish…”. We also learned how to use quotation marks in dialogue and for titles.
- We reviewed subtraction basic facts and regrouping skills playing a variety of partner games and Around the World. We also completed our end-of-year assessment. I will send a summary home with your child’s report card so you can see which skills to focus on this summer. I have a great summer review packet for the concepts we’ve covered this year. If you’re interested in a copy, please let me know. It’s good for brief daily practice.
- Students have been working hard to assemble thier “Proud Books” (portfolio). They have so many accomplishments to be proud of!
- One of the students’ favorite teacher read-alouds this year was the original Pippi Longstocking. Today, they watched the movie and we compared and contrasted it to the book.
Next week, we’ll be learning right up until the end! Remember Field Day is Thursday and dismissal is at noon, so have your child dress comfortably with tennis shoes. Friday, we will have the moving up mass and then dismiss at 10:30.
Have a lovely weekend and enjoy the sun!