Class activities for Monday, October 2

Spelling: None today.

Cursive: Cursive worksheet pp. 10-12 are available and were due Friday.

Reading: We started reading an informational article about avalanches and natural disasters. We also practiced finding important ideas in a text.

Writing: Today was a drafting work day. We also talked about making writing more interesting by adding dialogue, action details, and visual details.

A personal narrative is due Friday, October 13, and the minimum length is one page. Your student should be drafting at this point and should have more than a half-page typed.

Math: We reviewed fact families today:

  • 2 x 3 = 6
  • 3 x 2 = 6
  • 6 / 3 = 2
  • 6 / 2 = 3

Students also used MobyMax Math to practice the connection between multiplication and division. Homework is to practice math for 15 minutes using MobyMax or Khan Academy.

Science: Today we started learning what life would be like on the moon. The moon’s gravity is weaker, so astronauts could jump higher and farther. Astronauts would also weigh less on the moon. Students also thought about what it would be like to go to a “moon picnic” and what things they would need and use on the moon. Homework is to finish the Moon Outing experiment started in class.

Social Studies: None today.


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