Science Learning Targets: What is science? What do scientists study? What does a scientist look like? What is the scientific method? What are science tools?
Science Learning Activities: Students will work through the scientific process with hands-on activities. Students will also learn scientific process vocabulary through songs. Students will make inferences based on observation.
Math Learning Targets: Students will be able to fluently add and subtract to 1000 using strategies. Students will be able to round to the nearest ten and hundred.
Math Learning Targets: Students will work on a variety of activities to practice using the split strategy, the jump strategy and the shortcut strategy.
IXL: C.1, C.2, C.3, D.1, D.2, D.3
We will have a test on addition and subtraction strategies towards the end of the week and will begin rounding numbers to the nearest 10 and 100.
ELA Activities: Students will participate in small groups during centers and also practicing on IXL.
ELA Learning Targets: LAFS.3.Rl.1.2 Students will be able to determine the maid idea of a text; recount the key detail and explain how they support the main idea.
Writing Targets: W.3.4 Students will be able to demonstrate Informative writing skills through a series of writing prompts by focusing on identifying a task, purpose and audience.
IXL: C.1, C.2, D.1, D.2, N.1, N.2
Social Studies: Students will be able to use primary and secondary sources.
Date home wise
Fine safe smoke
Rose rice grade
Lake globe smile
Life plane come
Crackle- make a series of small, sharp snapping noises
Announced- told something in a loud or official way
Soared- flew high in the air
Starry- full of many stars
Envelope- a flat paper container, often used for sending letters through the mail
Photograph- a picture made with a camera