Come see Seussical Jr. There will be three shows, all at the JCC Ritz Theater: Thurs., Jan. 30 and Sat., Feb. 1 at 7 pm and Sun., Feb. 2 at noon. Tickets can be purchased in the office this week or at the theater door before each performance.
Students will discuss the unit three math test and “I can” statements at the next SLC. In listening to each of them during the “convince me” session, it is clear that have a solid understanding of the learning intentions covered in this unit! I am so proud of them!!
“I Can” Math Statements Unit 4
I can explain what a fraction is.
I can show fractions on a fraction bar and number line.
I can explain what a numerator and denominator is.
I can compare unit fractions.
I can retell units of length.
I can tell time before and after the hour.
I can find elapsed time.
I can add and subtract.
I can solve word problems involving time.
I can read and create pictographs and bar graphs.
I can read and create bar graphs with multi digit numbers.
I can organize and represent data.
I can use graphs to solve time and measurement.
We went above and beyond in math and reading today… I want to give the kids a “brain break” this evening!
Today we explored Khan Academy! This is a great resource!!!
To check it out with your child:
visit www.khanacademy.org/join and enter your class code UCZ74ZBR
Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom.
1st-4th Grade Movie Night, 1/26/20: First through fourth graders are invited with an adult to watch a movie and enjoy a delicious pizza dinner on Sunday January 26, 4-7 p.m., in the beit midrash. Siblings are welcome, but the movie will be age-appropriate for grades 1-4. This event is free! Please RSVP to Jori Broidy,firstname.lastname@example.org, or Michal Deskalo,email@example.com, by Friday, January 24.
We will be wrapping up Unit 3 this week!Students are now able to use place value to understand how to round whole numbers to the nearest 10 or 100. They are also able to fluently add and subtract within 1,000 using strategies and algorithms based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction.
We continue to write about family and important memories during our Polacco author study. Please help your child with their family interview this evening. We continue to explore parts of speech and today discussed commas in dates, city/state and opening and closing of a letter during our grammar time. Today, we started our MLK unit. Working in partnerships, students will read and answer questions, write short paragraphs about Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement.
Social Studies: ask your child what they are planning to study for our India unit. Ask them about their research questions and what type of project they are planning to do for Global Experience!
Check Friday Folders this week!
Send winter gear!
Make sure your child has snacks and gym shoes!