This week was great! We had a full five days to finish strong before our end of the year tests start. We'll be taking the NWEA tests next week. The kids are ready and should not stress.
This week the class studied text structures. We've been reading about science and looking at the different ways authors can organize text to deliver information efficiently.
We started writing poems this week!
Our last unit is upon us! This one is also about fractions, and so far the kids have been doing a great job. Our focus was equivalent fractions and comparing fractions with different denominators.
It was a messy week in science. In order to study erosion and deposition, the class gathered dirt, made stream tables, and then poured water through them to demonstrate what happens when sediment
What sort of government do we have, and what do they do? We have been looking into this question and learning a lot along the way.
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