# Q4 W5 4/22-4/26

Sea Life Orlando Field Trip

We are working on re-scheduling our field trip to Sea Life Orlando. It will probably be towards the end of May. We will send home permission slips as soon as we reserve the tour and buses. You do not need to pay again; however, if you did not pay for your child to attend the trip originally, you can sign them up now. The cost is \$25. We appreciate your patience.

Golf Tournament

Ivy Hawn is getting ready for our annual golf tournament. A flyer with information went home a few weeks ago. The tournament is on May 5th and proceeds will go towards building a playground on campus!

To sign up to donate items for our raffle beach bag, you can use the following link:

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080548a5ac2baaf85-beach

Science Learning Targets:

Students will be able to classify animals into groups based on characteristics and behaviors.

SC.3.L.15.1 – I can classify animals into major groups according to their physical characteristics and behaviors.

We will also begin our unit on seasons and how plants and animals respond to change in season.

Science Learning Activities: Students will work on sorting activities for the different groups of animals. We will discuss their characteristics and behaviors. We will finish our unit on Vertebrates and begin classifying invertebrates.

Science Vocabulary:

amphibians, animal, arthropod, backbone, birds, cold-blooded, egg, fish, invertebrate, mammals, reptiles, vertebrate, warm-blooded

Math Learning Targets:

Students will review subtraction strategies, rounding and estimating.

Math Learning Activities:

Students will be using models, estimation and regrouping to subtract three digit numbers.  This is a review unit as we prepare for the math FSA which will be on May 1-2.

IXL: C2, C3, C4, C6, C7

ELA Activities: Students will participate in small groups during centers and also practicing on Iready and Istation.

ELA Learning Targets:

LAFS.3.Rl.3.7: Explain how specific aspects of texts illustrations contribute to what is conveyed by the words in a story (e.g. create mood, emphasize aspects of character or stetting)

3.RL.3.7: Explain how illustrations help create mood in a text, and how they tell more about characters or setting.

3.L.3.4a: Use sentence-level context as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase.

3.L.3.6: Use academic and domain-specific vocabulary.

Comprehension: A Carousel of Dreams, Goodbye, Books?, E-Readers: No Substitute for Books

Writing Targets

3.W.1.2: Write informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas and information clearly.

IXL: C.4, DD.2, H.4, L.3, R.3

Social Studies: SS.G.2.1 Label the countries and commonwealths in North America (Canada, United States, Mexico) and in the Caribbean (Puerto Rico, Cuba, Bahamas, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica).

Spelling/Vocabulary

Tries

Tried

Trying

Dries

Dred

Drying

Hurries

Hurried

Hurrying

Studies

Studied

Studying

Plays

Played

Playing

Vocab

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