Spring Break is here! Have a great week off!
Understanding how authors use character interactions to tell stories is key to understanding novels. This week, the kids looked closely at how characters acted and responded to each other, and how that can teach them about the characters, the story, the world of the story, or even about their own lives.
Writing took a back seat this week so we could practice and review for our geometry test.
Adding and subtracting mixed numbers is a tough job, but the class did a pretty good job this week! We aren't quite there yet, and we'll be coming back to it after spring break, but they had a great start.
We spent this week reviewing for our geometry test, and took the
Jobs and employment were on our minds this week in social studies. The kids got to look through a massive list of jobs, pick which ones might be right for them, and learn a little about what it means to be employed and how to get there.
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