For language arts jobs, first graders were introduced to homophones and plural words, worked with verbs, and reviewed dictionary skills. Second graders reviewed homophones, adverbs, dictionary skills, plural words, and homophones. Third graders reviewed homophones, conjunctions, dictionary skills, and plural words.
For math jobs, first graders reviewed addition and multiplication problems, rounding numbers, and the fundamental concepts of geometry. Second graders reviewed dynamic subtraction, rounding, and types of lines. Third graders reviewed all math operations, rounding, and the positions of two lines.
For cultural jobs, students were introduced to parallel circuits. Students built parallel circuits using projects from the Snap Circuits Jr. set and then completed a writing comparing series and parallel circuits. In geography, students reviewed the water cycle. In history, students were introduced to famous American inventors.
Next week, students will have more work with homophones, plural words, math operations, rounding, and grammar symbols. Students will begin to design their own series and parallel circuits by creating a prototype. Students will have further work with water cycle and inventors.
|Classroom 2 students working on circuits|
|Working together to build a parallel and series circuit|
No School- Monday, January 16th, due to Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday
JBMA Talent Show- Friday, January 20th at 6:30
Parent Night- Thursday, January 26th