We had an awesome time at our second Mega Shambucks party! Thank you to Mrs. Oliver, the Student Council, and all of the volunteers to helped us celebrate!
Mar. 18-22, 2019
Monday: *Math p. 583-584 *Spelling Unit 26 ABC order
Tuesday: *No homework
Wednesday: *Math p. 591-592 *Spanish due Thurs. *Elementary band students bring instruments Thurs. Thursday: *Math p. 595-596 *Art journal due Fri.
Friday: *No homework
Special Notes: *English Capitalization and Punctuation test Tues. *Phys. Ed. practice curl-ups and push ups 3x weekly *Science Waves test Thurs. *Reading Lesson 17 Test Fri. *Spelling Unit 26 Test Fri. *Book It due 3-29-19 *PA project due 3-29-19
This month we will begin the Beatitudes. We will learn how following these tenets in conjunction with the Commandments helps us to lead better lives.
In Math this month, we will focus on fractions. We will learn to add, subtract and multiply them; find equivalent fractions; and compare fractions that have been put into simplest form.
This month we will look at the transfer of energy through different means, including through electricity and light.
Mar. 1: End of Trimester Mar. 6: Ash Wednesday Mass 8:30 a.m. Mar. 8: Field trip Mar. 13: Grade Reports Distributed Mar. 15: Mega Shambucks Party; Wear Green Mar. 19: St. Joseph's Day Mass 8:30
Currently, we are looking at the events that led up to the French and Indian War and the effects that the war had on Pennsylvania and the other original colonies.
In Reading this month, we will learn to infer, visualize, and question. We will then use those skills to analyze, summarize, and form predictions about the author's purpose and story plot. In English, we will review the rules for capitalization and punctuation. Learning to use good writing is an important part of our curriculum. In Spelling, we will focus on prefixes and suffixes and the patterns that they follow.