BAPTISM PHOTOS: We will be talking about baptisms this week. If your child has been baptized, please send a picture to school or email it to me. I’d like to give the students a chance to share their photos.

SPELLING TESTS: The students did a great job with their first spelling test! This week’s words are: to, do, the, my, come, go, one, what, this, you.

INTENT TO RETURN: Please have them turned in by March 30th.

JUMP ROPE FOR HEART: In preparation for our Jump Rope for Heart event (Thursday, March 29), the students brought home a sponsorship form. Once completed, they can send it to school.

FRIDAY (3/22):

NO SCHOOL!

HOMEWORK:

MATH: Review or complete the math sheet your child is bringing home daily.

PHONICS: Complete phonics worksheets your child is bringing home.

READING: Please read with your child for 10 minutes or let your child read to you. Don’t forget to mark your March reading calendars.

This week students are learning:

Religion:

Understand they became a child of God through baptism

Understand that God loves and cares for everyone

Learn to take care of God’s natural gifts

Discuss Sunday’s gospel

Math:     

Tangrams

Identify relationship between larger and smaller numbers

Solve problem by drawing and looking for a pattern

Language Arts:

Phonological awareness: medial

High frequency word: review

Phonics: Ww, Xx

Comprehension: beginning, middle, end

Writing: story response

Social Studies:

Unit review

Science:

weather

Student work in the classroom: 

St. Patrick’s Day activity – The students wrote directions on how to catch a leprechaun. They also decorated a shamrock with pieces of tissue paper.

 

For Dr. Seuss’s birthday – The students painted their hands to create Thing 1 and Thing 2 from The Cat in the Hat. They also wrote a book report on their favorite Dr. Seuss book.

David’s Drawing – We read the book David’s Drawing by Cathryn Falwell. David’s classmates work together to create a beautiful picture. The students worked in groups to create their own beautiful pictures.

Snowmen at Night – We read Snowmen at Night by Caralyn Buehner. It’s a story about what snowmen do at night. The students drew their favorite part from the book and wrote a command to the snowmen.

Where the Wild Things Are: Our most recent art class was based on the book Where the Wild Things Are.

  Lent – The students wrote what their Lenten promise is.   

St. Patrick’s Day – We had a buddy activity last Thursday with the 5th grade class. We made a leprechaun under a rainbow.

    

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