October 30th, 2009
Today was our Hawaiian Beach Bash! Students surfed, put on Hawaiian shirts, threw frisbees, tossed foam noodles, passed coconuts, ate pineapple slices, chewed on lemons and limes, had a hula-hoop contest, and danced to the Beach Boys! Later, it was Hawaiian pizza, Capri Suns and fruit kabobs! Thanks to all the families that helped with food, donations, decorations, games, setup and cleanup! Our party totally tubular because of everyone’s help! Look for pictures and videos soon.
Spelling: None today due to our Hawaiian Beach Bash!
Cursive: Cursive worksheet pp. 15-17 are available and due Monday.
Reading: None today due to making Fall Greeting Wreaths.
Writing: None today due to making Fall Greeting Wreaths.
The next piece of writing will be a personal narrative that has been slightly fictionalized, or, in other words, a personal narrative based on a true story. This piece of writing will be due Friday, November 6. This will be the final writing piece of the first marking period. Students should be revising by now.
Math: None today due to our Hawaiian Beach Bash!
Science: None today due to our Hawaiian Beach Bash!
Social Studies: None today due to our Hawaiian Beach Bash!
- Yellow magnets: 0
- Orange magnets: 0
- Red magnets: 0
- STAR Awards: 0
- Magnets moved this week (goal: 10): 4
- The end of the First Marking Period is Friday, November 6.
- Need to make, change or check your Fall Parent Teacher Conference time? See here.
- Check out our class calendar to stay up-to-date.
- View grades, assignments, and attendance at SnapGrades.
Every student in Room 130 leaves improved and prepared for 5th grade.