# Weekly Update:

Monday Feb. 21st: No School

Tuesday Feb. 22nd:  Day D: Library.

Wednesday Feb. 23rd:  Day A- Special is Art.

Thursday Feb. 24th Day B: Special is Gym.

Friday Feb. 25th:  Day B:  Special will be in the Gym. Our class will NOT have our regular scheduled special. We will be going to the gym for the Kids Heart Challenge celebration. Mrs. Fisher has asked that all students remember their sneakers and any last minute donations/online registrations.

Lesson 19 Spelling and Reading Tests will be Monday February 28th

Friday March 4th-Money for Yearbook forms are due

Friday March 18th- Early Dismissal

Tuesday March 29th-End of Marking Period 3.

Check out below to see what we are learning next week.

Story Genre: Biography

Grammar: To use -est and -er to compare items

Content-Social Studies:

This week for our U.S Symbols unit we learned about the American Flag, Pledge of Allegiance, Statue of Liberty, and Liberty Bell.

The important African-American influentials we learned about this week were W.E.B Du Bois, Ruby Bridges, Simone Biles, and Jackie Robinson.

# Weekly Update: 💝

Monday Feb. 14th: Day C: Special is Music.

Tuesday Feb. 15th:  Day D: Library.

Wednesday Feb. 16th:  Day A- Special is Art.

Thursday Feb. 17th Day B: Special is Gym.

Friday Feb. 18th:  Day C: Special is Music. Lesson 18 Spelling and Reading Tests. Early Dismissal

Monday February 21st- No School

Friday March 4th-Money for Yearbook forms are due

Friday March 18th- Early Dismissal

Check out below to see what we are learning next week.

Story Genre: Non-Fiction- a story that is real and give facts about a topic.

Grammar: To identify and use adjectives that tell how many

Focus Skill: To use parts of a book to locate information.

Math:

Module 4: Addition and Subtraction within 200. Word problems within 100.

-Lesson 14: Represent subtraction with and without the decomposition
when there is a three-digit minuend.

-Lesson 15: Represent subtraction with and without a decomposition when there is a three-digit minuend.

-Lesson 16: Solve one-and two-step word problems within 100 using strategies based on place value.

Content-Social Studies:

This week we continued with our U.S Symbols unit. We learned about the the Pentagon, Abraham Lincoln, and George Washington.

# Weekly Update: ☔️

Monday 7th: Day B: Special is Gym.

Tuesday Feb. 8th:  Day C: Special is Music.

Wednesday Feb. 9th:  Day D: Library. 100th Day of School. Please have your outfits ready to wear on this day if you’re participating.

Thursday Feb. 10th Day A- Special is Art.

Friday Feb. 11th:  Day B: Special is Gym. Lesson 17 Spelling and Reading Tests. Kids at Work Day -kids can come to school dressed as a “worker” from a career or job in which they may be interested. Valentines are due on this day.

Friday February 18th- Early Dismissal

Monday February 21st- No School

Friday March 4th-Money for Yearbook forms are due

Check out below to see what we are learning next week.

Story Genre: Realistic Fiction- a story that could happen but is made up

Grammar: To identify and use adjectives pertaining to looks, sounds, feels, tastes or smells.

Focus Skill: Story setting- to identify the setting and its importance to the story.

Math:

Module 4: Addition and Subtraction within 200. Word problems within 100.

-Lesson 12: Relate manipulative representations to a written method.

-Lesson 13: Use math drawings to represent subtraction with and without
decomposition and relate drawings to a written method.

-Lesson 14: Represent subtraction with and without the decomposition
when there is a three-digit minuend.

Content-Social Studies:

This week we introduced our U.S Symbols unit. We learned about the U.S Capital Building, the White House and the importance of Washington D.C.

Next week we will learn about the Pentagon, Abraham Lincoln, and George Washington

The important African-American influentials we learned about this week were Frederick Douglass, Aretha Franklin, Oprah Winfrey and Thurgood Marshal.

# Class Prize:

To Parent/Guardian,

Today the students earned a show and tell class prize for being such a focused and hardworking class. Students are encouraged to come to school tomorrow with a show and tell. A show and tell can consist of a favorite toy, drawing, story or creation that they are proud of. Please inform students that they are not to bring anything that is offensive or inappropriate to school. This is optional, so if you and/or the student do not wish to participate they do not have to. I am telling students that this show and tell is only to be taken out of their backpack during the show and tell allotted time. They are not allowed to take out their show and tell during any other part of the day due to distractions. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call or email me. I look forward to seeing what they decide to bring.