Room Twenty-Two

March 13, 2015

As this is the last week before Spring Break, we are completing quite a few academic units.  We finished our study of the Corps of Discovery last week and the post-tests went home with students on Friday.  We will begin our new unit on the Oregon Trail when school starts back up. In writing...
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Ms. Sarah’s Classroom Notes

March 10, 2015

This week we are finishing up our work with Lewis and Clark. We are also finishing our native art. On Thursday we are heading to the Oregon Children’s Theatre to see the play Timothy Failure. If you signed up to chaperone, plan to be at school, ready to go by 8:45. We will be...
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Ms. Kennedy’s 3rd Grade

March 10, 2015

I must say that I had no idea about the time change early Sunday morning. By the looks of several sleepy faces Monday, I was not the only one thrown off by an hour less sleep! On the positive side, the extra afternoon sunshine has been a welcome start to the new week. Our...
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News from Mr. Post’s Classroom

March 9, 2015

“What Is It Made Of?” is our Unique Learning System Science unit this month. We are learning about the three basic types of matter: solids, liquids, and gases. New vocabulary has been introduced in writing packets and by playing Vocab Bingo. This week we will do an activity where we put three types of...
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Room Twenty-Two

March 9, 2015

We have a lot going on right now in Room 22!  With two weeks until Spring Break, we are wrapping up quite a few units of study so that we are able to start on new material after the break. Next Tuesday will be the math post-test on Unit Four.  This week, students are...
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Ms. Camille’s Class Notes 3-9-15

March 9, 2015

It has been a beautiful, busy week! We have enjoyed our sunny recess times! On Tuesday, we visited the Lewis garden for a “Listening Walk.” We closed our eyes and counted how many different bird calls we could hear. New Student! Please help us in welcoming Jason and his family to our community. Reading...
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Class Notes for March 9-13, 2015

March 8, 2015

I Am Malala (Young Reader’s Edition) is our current read aloud and it is getting rapt attention from the class. This is the inspiring autobiography of the youngest person to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Malala Yousafzai of Pakistan was shot by the Taliban in 2012 for speaking and writing about her right...
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Room Twenty-Twp

March 4, 2015

On Friday, students learned how to measure angles using protractors. It was a lot of fun and we will continue to practice this week. We will also be learning how to find the measure of an interior angle of a triangle when two angles are given. This is my favorite math unit to teach...
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Ms. Sarah’s Classroom Notes

March 3, 2015

In Room 23 we are busily working on several projects! We are finishing up our Native American art pieces. In math, we have started to focus on angles. Students seem to have a good base knowledge of angles, which is great! We have been watching a lengthy, but really well done movie about the...
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Ms. Camille’s Class Notes

March 3, 2015

Storyline News: This week we wrap up our Giant Tree Storyline. We are finishing our portfolios which will be books documenting the Storyline. Math: This week we play a new math game called Race You to 15 cents. Students work with pennies and nickels. Recognizing that a nickel is equal to five cents and calling coins...
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