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June 1- Kindergarten Orientation 1:30-3:00
June 3- Popcorn Friday
June 10- Field Day 9:30-11:00
June 14- 5th Grade Promotion and Celebration 9:15
June 16- Shazam Party 9:15-10:15
June 16- Last Day of School 8:30-11:00
IXL skills for Math
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8:25- Bell Work
10:15- Reading/Writing cont.
12:45- Read Aloud
1:00- Science/Social Studies/Health/Art
2:45- Planners and Clean-Up
*This is our general schedule and is subject to change based on our needs for each day.
Monday: 1:25-1:55- Music
Tuesday: 1:25-1:55- PE
1:55-2:55-Library (Every other week)
Wednesday: Computer Lab
Thursday: 1:25-1:55- Music
Friday: 1:25-1:55- PE
Kinder Buddies every other week on Fridays
Our greatest glory is not in never falling but in rising every time we fall.
Learning for the week 6/6-6/10:
Reading- This week we will continue reading book clubs. The students will meet in groups to discuss a book at their level, using the skill of writing about reading, that we have been working on in class.
Writing- This week we will be finishing our second Memoir paper. The students will work on editing and revising their papers with their partners and then type their final drafts.
Math- We will be reviewing for our End-of-Year assessment, and then completing the test later this week.
Social Studies- The class will read about the writing of the Declaration of Independence.
Science- We will do several activities to study fossils including reading about them, identifying them, and categorizing them.
Student Reading Questions Form
Parent Questions Form
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