No School Friday, October 2 (fair day)
Tuesday: Social Studies Test 2
Wednesday: Math test 4 (count how many cents, write the sums and differences, write the number that comes between, word problem using addition, write the missing numbers on the calendar, know how many days are in a week) and speed drill
Thursday: Handwriting test 7. Science test on birds (study guide sent home Monday)
Math: pgs. 61-62. Continue the pattern, count how many cents using dimes and pennies, write the sums and differences, circle the greatest number, underline the least number, count by tens, add or subtract, write the before and after numbers by ones.
Handwriting: pgs. 47-48. Review formation of letters and sentences
Science: 61-62. Discuss insects and the different parts that they have. Discuss the word fossil. Talk about what they look like and what it is. Show students different pictures of fossils and allow them to guess which animal the fossil came from. Watch a video about fossils. Allow students to use the word box in order to describe the different pictures of the insects.
Social Studies: 21-22. Review the term weather. Talk about the different types of clothing you wear depending on the weather outside. Allow students to say what clothing they would wear if it was snowy and sunny. Talk about the difference between the two.
Math: 63-64. Match the coins with the amounts, count by ones, find the after number by counting by ones, circle the greatest number and underline the least number, go over word problems, write the differences.
Handwriting: pgs. 49-50. Review formation of letters and sentences
Science: 63-64. Go over the chapter review about insects. Discuss how many body parts an insect has and name them, how many legs they have, are the mouths of insects alike, metamorphosis, and the life cycle of a butterfly. Allow student to talk about their favorite insect and tell why it is their favorite. Also discuss God’s purposeful design.
Social Studies: Test 2
Math: Math test 4 (count how many cents, write the sums and differences, write the number that comes between, word problem using addition, write the missing numbers on the calendar, know how many days are in a week) and speed drill
Handwriting: pgs. 51-52. Review formation of letters and sentences
Science: Continue discussing insects. Allow the students to create an art farm. Each student will glue a piece of the ant farm onto a huge paper so that they can see how an ant farm works. We will then talk about how big our ant farm is, what it looks like, how many ants they think are in our ant farm, and act how the ant farm moves around.
Social Studies: 23-24
Math: 65-66. Write the sums and differences, circle the dimes, circle the right amount of cents, identify the numbers that are greater than 50 and less than 50, match the number with the number word.
Handwriting: Test 7.
Science: Continue discussing insects. Allow students to make a butterfly using a paper plate. Talk about the way butterflies look and introduce the word pattern. Review the life cycle of the butterfly. Discuss the terms antennas and wings. Science test on birds
Social Studies: 25-26
No school (fair day)