(Kgripp) Pre-K weeks of April 20th & April 27th

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Hello! In pre- k we are going to be revisiting nursery rhymes over the next two weeks. Each day we will have a new nursery rhyme. I had found a program that had several copies of nursery rhymes (5) in color with the characters to make into stick puppets. I have included them with the nursery rhymes we will be using over the next two weeks. These can be used later for story retell and reads. Each day will have a new nursery rhyme, which includes a daily lesson plan that has Literacy, Math, STEM, Fine Motor, Oral Language, Writing and drawing, Activity, and Music to go along with the rhyme, an information page for the rhyme, and a “I can draw and write page”. You are welcome to complete what you wish. Check your email for the documents.
I hope you enjoy it and at the same time have fun! ❤️Ms Gripp

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Week of April 27- May 1

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Accelerated Math will continue with their expanded Linear Relationships Unit. We will complete any new material in the unit and utilize the week to practice different ways to solve systems of equations and other new skills. In Level Math, students will review for their Financial Literacy Test. The test will be this week (likely Thursday). I will e-mail to firm up the date when I see how the kiddos are feeling this morning! In Texas History, students will continue their study of Revolution.

In 4th and 5th grade math, students will continue their exploration of the coordinate plane utilizing numerical patterns. In Social Studies, students will begin their unit on the Civil War. 
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me! 

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This week in Spanish:
K-3rd will continue learning more body parts in Spanish.  They will also by applying their knowledge of colors in Spanish in their illustrations.
4th-7th will review body parts, learn shapes, and apply their knowledge of body vocabulary, in their illustrations, using shapes.

week of 4/27 – 5/1

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4/5 science will be studying Chapter 6, Lesson 3 on “Fossils and Energy.”  Fossils will be reinforced through a flocabulary lesson.  Tests on Friday.

6/7 science will be studying Chapter 6 Lesson 3 on “Other Land Resources.”  Natural resources will be reinforced through a flocabulary lesson.  Tests on Friday.

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In Spanish this week:
K-3rd graders:  Students will be learning emotions and feelings in Spanish.
4th-7th graders:  Students will be using and conjugating the verb “Estar” to form sentences in Spanish using the emotion and feeling vocabulary they learned the previous week.  They will also be learning new body vocabulary in Spanish.

Week of April 13-17

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Accelerated math will continue their unit on functions and have a quiz on Wednesday or Thursday. In Level math, students will continue their unit on financial literacy. In Texas history, students will be assigned their end of unit assessment. 
Fourth and fifth grade math will continue their exploration of volume and begin navigating the coordinate plane. In social studies, we will conclude our stud of the American Revolution!  
 

Week of April 13

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This week in language arts we will be continuing our review of punctuation! We will be going over quotation punctuation, and when to use an exclamation mark or period. On Friday, we will be doing a writing exercise with punctuation. We will also be reading Tuck Everlasting chapters 19 -21 and doing comprehension and vocabulary questions. 
 
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week of 4/13 – 4/17

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Both 4/5 and 6/7 science will continue the study of minerals and rocks.  This week we will concentrate on rocks.  Monday both classes will do a vocabulary lesson on rocks and complete a worksheet called “How to be a Rock Star.”

Wednesday we will play “Jeopardy”, covering questions over rocks.  Friday the students will have two short quizzes and one crossword puzzle.

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(Kgripp) Pre-k the week of April 13-17

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Hello! Hope everyone had an awesome weekend! This week we will learn about the letter z, shape oval, color green, what are opposites, and count to 20. We will use scissors this week along with glue and do some rainbow writing. We will also practice listening to what my directions are. Children will be cutting circles which is a challenge.   Please be patient and you can help. We will do our “How many words I can name “ test on Friday. We will do a job of day and night by gluing pictures in the correct column. This is the last week of letters, numbers, shapes and colors. This will become review. In the next few weeks we will do Nursery Rhymes, and books. This is my time of year we have fun with what we have learned by having fun in learning. It might seem like play but it’s fun learning. The children will actually be reading. It’s the time of year I love.
Please remember I am here for you, so please call or text if you have any concerns or questions.
Ms Gripp

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Week of 4/6-4/9

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As we begin our fourth week of long-distance learning, I wanted to again express my appreciation for how Middle School parents and students have stepped up and worked hard to continue the learning process. It has been quite a learning curve for all of us, but I am very pleased with a lot of what I’ve been seeing.
There will be no assignments for Friday, as it is Good Friday.
In Language Arts, we will learn about homographs and practice writing different types of letters.
2nd Grade Spelling words will focus on words ending in -ly. Spelling words are badly, madly, quickly, weekly, daily, sadly, gladly, bravely, softly, and loudly.
3rd Grade Spelling will focus on the suffixes -ly and -ally. Spelling words are lonely, suddenly, rapidly, tenderly, lovely, nicely, dangerously, actually, personally, especially, formally, informally, locally, and alphabetically.
2nd Grade Math will continue to explore arrays and use them for multiplication.
3rd Grade Math will learn more about polygons and angles. We will also continue to practice multiplication facts.
In Science, we will learn about how rocks and soil are a valuable natural resource.
In Social Studies, we will learn about international and domestic trade. We will also write letters to local businesses to help us connect what we’ve learned about the economy to our local community.