There will be no school on Friday, October 9
Tuesday: Math test 5 and speed drill
Wednesday: Social Studies Test 3 (students will take a practice quiz on the information Monday and it will be sent home with them for them to review)
Thursday: Handwriting test 7
Math: Workbook pages 67-68. Write the missing numbers, mark the number that comes before by counting by ones, count by tens to 100, color the spaces to show how many zoo animals, count by fives, count how many cents, go over word problems.
Writing: Workbook pages 55-56. Review formation of letters and sentences
Social Studies: Workbook pages 25-26. Discuss the Liberty Bell. Introduce the terms bell, crack, and clapper. Discuss what the different parts of the bell do. Go over the term National Holiday. Allow students to take turns giving examples of National Holidays. Allow them to write the correct holiday under the picture. Take practice quiz.
Science: 67-68. Introduce the word movement. Use the word bank to name the movement that is in each picture. Allow students to do a movement activity where they can act out the different movements. Make a list of the different movements observed in the picture. Allow students to circle the word that names the movement in each picture.
Math: Math test 5 and speed drill
Writing: Workbook pages 57-58. Review formation of letters and sentences
Social Studies: Review for test
Science: Workbook pages 69-70. Discuss how rockets, cars, swings, and trains all move in different directions. Introduce the term force and talk about how it can be a push or a pull. Discuss what makes a swing move and what makes apples fall.
Math: Workbook pages 69-70. Complete the counting chart by counting by fives, write the addition facts that go with the pictures, count how many cents, go over word problems.
Writing: Workbook pages 59-60. Review formation of letters and sentences
Social Studies: Test 3
Science: Workbook pages 73-74. Complete a science experiment. Introduce the class to the words syrup, molasses, and oil. Discuss asking a question, making a hypothesis, planning and doing a test, recording and analyzing your results, making a conclusion, and sharing your results. Allow the students to observe the three different substances. Do an experiment to see which substance will move the fastest to fill the cylinder.
Math: Workbook pages 71-72. Write the sums and differences, draw squares to show the combinations and write the sums, count by ones, match the nickels with the cents.
Writing: Test 7. Workbook pages 61-62. Review formation of letters and sentences
Social Studies: Workbook pages 27-28. Discuss the term calendar. Hold up the May calendar and allow students to say which month the calendar shows. Ask them what day of the week May Day is on. Discuss which day would come next and which day came before.
Science: Review day.