Science Learning Targets: How do living things change with seasons? What do plants need? How do plants and animals get energy?
Science Learning Activities: Unit 7 test. Unit 8: Living Things Change
Students will describe how animals and plants respond to changing seasons. Students will also recognize that plants use energy from the sun, air and water to make their own food.
Math Learning Targets: Students will work on a review of addition and subtraction strategies and take the addition and subtraction strategies test. We will begin our review on time.
Math Learning Targets: Students will practice the shortcut and jump strategies to subtract. We will also work with digital and analog clocks to tell time, explain units of time and tell time to the minute.
IXL: C.1-16, D.1-9, T.1-7
Social Studies: Students will be able to identify major ways environmental influences contribute to settlement patterns and recognize the different cultures that have settled in the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean.
ELA Learning Targets:
Students will review main idea/central idea, cause/effect, context clues, mood and sequencing. Students will be able to ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text, referring explicitly to the text as the basis for the answers.
Students will be reading the story “Wizard of Oz” for comprehension. Students will participate in small groups during centers and also practicing on IXL, I-Station, as well as reviewing concepts from the previous unit. IXL: F.2,F.4,P.3, N.4
Social Studies: Students will be able to give examples of how scarcity results in trade, list the characteristics of money and recognize that buyer and sellers interact to exchange goods and services through use of money.
This will be a review week for spelling and vocabulary.
We will have a cumulative assessment this week.
Sidewalks- paths by the side of the street or road
Grumbled- complained in a low voice
Traders- people who buy and sell things as a business
Blossomed- grew or developed
Wailed- made a long and sad cry
Lonesome- not often visited by people
Gift-something that is given to someone, such as a present
Yearned-wanted very much to have or do
Tend- to look after or take care of
Produce- to make or create
Sturdy- strong or solid
Schoolhouse- a building used as a school
Kindhearted- having caring nature; helpful
Powered- supplied with a source of energy
Declared- stated firmly
Existed- was real
Artist’s- belonging to an artist
Pride- pleasure or satisfaction in one’s work
Screamed-made a loud cry or sound
Numb- unable to feel or move
Escape- to become free
Fled- ran away from something
Shuddered – shook or trembled suddenly
Image- a picture of a person or thing
Newspaper – a set of pages that contain news
Hives- boxes or houses that bees live in
Architects- people who design buildings
Structures- things that are built
Contain- to hold inside
Retreats- goes back
Shelter- something that covers or protects