Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Fire Safety Village

The long awaited field trip has arrived!! 
It was a beautiful day to be at the Cobb County Fire Safety Village.







Friday, February 3, 2017

February is Here

We have begun our unit study for comparing & contrasting themes from different cultures. This week we read two myths and revisited identifying themes through  character traits. We have observed, discussed, labeled, and completed Venn diagrams comparing playgrounds, news schools, reactions to scary movies, and twins' interests. This will transition nicely to our Greek mythology unit after February break.

As the Milestone is closing in , kind of, we are preparing our ideas in writing. Students will need to develop an ending to a text that is presented to them. How can this be done successfully? By reading and focusing on story elements given- setting, character traits, problem, solution, plot...
This will be our goal for the next 2 weeks and most likely we'll revisit it before testing.
Students have already chosen a "leveled " text of their interest. Monday we shall begin in small groups.
Reminders:

  • Please take a moment to complete the Cobb online survey. 
  • Parent survey

  • Picture day -Tuesday, Feb. 7th

  • Math  Night at Publix
  • Thursday, February 16th from 5-7pm

Sunday, January 8, 2017

Monday Snow /Ice Day

Here are this week's spelling words.
Please have your child complete our usual Monday's task: write words 3 times.
Stay safe !

volume, frequency, amplitude, echo, muffle, vacuum, ketchup, 

kitchen, butcher, hatchet, exclaimed, interpret, vibration, pitch,

figure,             BONUS: longitudinal

Friday, January 6, 2017

Poetry Elements

In only a day and a half of school, we had learned some elements of poetry. Introduction lesson of vocabulary for poetry,prose, and drama. We compared a poem and prose , "The Cow". Students have visited the poetry sites linked to my blog. Please have them visit the Shel Silverstein site at home because Cobb blocked it :( 

We will continue to infer texts as we read poems. Students will need to use text evidence to support their conclusions.