We'll be starting Division this week. You'll see a packet coming home, and just like before, homework will be the practice page for the lesson and the reteaching and enrichment pages will be optional. If we get everything accomplished tomorrow that we have planned, they will have homework for lesson 4-1. I am hoping to get through topic four this week and test over it next Monday or Tuesday.
Our class starts Social Studies with Mrs. Sarver tomorrow! I know the students love her!
In Language Arts, a few students are finishing up their "If I were a god or goddess" writing project, and we'll be starting our "Book Hook" writing projects tomorrow. Word Study this week will focus on homophones which we did not get to last week as we extended our study of antonyms. We started learning about Fables late last week, and we had fun determining the lessons of many of Aesop's Fables. We'll continue learning about Fables throughout this week. We're still enjoying Wonder and the many twists and turns in the plot.
Please don't forget to send in permission slips to be videotaped during our visit from Meteorologist Bill Kelly this Wednesday afternoon. Also, send in those yearbook orders and boxtops!
Tuesday evening at Coffman High School, the Dublin Branch Library and Dublin City Schools will host 39 Clues author Peter Lerangis from 7-8:30pm in the Lecture Hall. I think I'll be there with my 39 Clues crazy daughter.