Math: We will be working on comparing and ordering numbers to 100 as well as adding with tens and ones. We continue to expand our tool box of strategies to help usfigure out any new tricky problems that come our way!
Language Arts: Students are learning how to write sequential narratives. Their creative juices are flowing! I have recently introduced the "Author's Chair" so that students have the opportunity to share their wonderful stories with their peers. This is also a great way for them to practice their listening and speaking skills. In addition, we have been working on recognizing open and closed syllable words, vowel teams, and r-controlled vowels. We are applying all of these skills to our reading and writing.
Science: Spring is upon us and it's a great time to learn about seeds and sprouts! The students will identify signs of spring as we explore the great outdoors. We will also begin a gardening project. Earth Day is on April 22nd and we will learn how to be good stewards of the Earth.
Social Studies: April is International Month. Students will be studying Thailand, Puerto Rico, and Ireland! They will also be learning about citizenship and what it means to plant seeds of kindness!
Friday, 4/1 No schoolWednesday, 4/8 ALL SCHOOL GATHERING-10:00 a.m.April 27-May 1st- International WeekThursday, 4/30 "One World Café"- 5:30 p.m. -GFS campus
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