ELA Learning Targets:
Students will explain the relationship between a series of events using key words to show time, sequence, and cause and effect.
During centers students will be practicing on IXL, I-Station, reviewing fables, folktales, myths and fairytales. Students will be reading “The Planets in our Solar System” during center time. IXL: X.1, X.2, U.1, U.5, V.2, Z.1, Y.3, T.4, W.3, W.4
Science Learning Targets: What are some physical properties? How are mass and volume measured? What are the states of matter? How can the state of matter change?
Science Learning Activities: Unit 3 Science Fusion. Students will work on inquiry science learning activities and sort through different types of matter, measure and compare mass and volume and describe the changes of states of matter. Students will be participating in virtual labs and inquiry experiments.
Math Learning Targets: Students will tell time to the nearest quarter hour, half hour and determine elapsed time.
Math Learning Activities: Students will be practicing telling time using analog and digital clocks. They will tell time to the nearest quarter hour and nearest half hour. Students will find elapsed time using intervals of minutes and a calendar.
IXL: T.1-3, T.6-7
Social Studies: Students will learn about map elements and label a map of the continents and oceans.
Solar System: The sun and all the planets, comets, and satellites that circle it.
Easily: Without trouble or hard work.
Farther: At a greater distance than something else.
Main: Most important.
Dim: Having or giving little light; not bright.
Temperature: Measure of how hot or cold things are.
Telescope: A tool that makes faraway objects look closer.
Probably: Likely to happen or be true.
Challenge: Streamer & Scribble