Character Connections Word of the week: Accountability
Accountability is showing responsibility and taking account of one’s actions. How do you show accountability in school and at home?
Please check your child's Blue Take Home Folder each day to check for mail, homework, and important information.
IT IS IMPORTANT FOR YOUR CHILD TO BRING SHARPENED PENCILS TO SCHOOL EACH DAY!
PLEASE SEND YOUR CHILD WITH A WATER BOTTLE!!! This helps a lot, so he/she does not have to leave the room when thirsty! Your child is also welcome to keep healthy snacks in our classroom to eat any time
Here’s What We Have for You Today:
3rd Grade: 20 minutes
4th Grade: 30 minutes
Word study due March 14.
Today your child is bringing home a persuasive writing assignment which is also due on March 10th. Parent signature is required!
3rd Grade Math:
Compass Math 15 min.
Xtra Math - 3 rounds with Mr. C.
To access Think Central:
Go to www.thinkcentral.com (linked under math on this blog) Log in with this info on the drop down menu:
Birmingham Public School District
Birmingham Covington School
Check the ‘remember me’ box
Username with tc at the start (ex.tcsb07) password (animal) Click My Scores - The most recent test will be at the top
4th Grade Math:
Compass Math for 15 minutes tonight!
In writer’s workshop, we are drafting and editing our persuasive writing. We are reading opinion articles in class to understand how an author works to convince others of what he/she wants them to think, feel, believe, or do. In reader's workshop, we are learning to take charge of our own comprehension. Finally, in our independent reading time, we are using all of our reading skills to help us improve our reading stamina. We are working hard!
We are still busy understanding how our governments works and how exciting the regions of our country are!
Our science unit is on Energy. We are learning about potential and kinetic energy and what makes energy change. We are also going to study the various forms of energy.
***Often we post things on our class SeeSaw accounts as well on our Google Classroom accounts. Ask your child to show you what he/she has done so far!