This week, after reading, If You Could Go to Antarctica, students quickly made connections to what they already knew about penguins. They retold the story and discussed what would happen and what they would see if they went to Antarctica. Student continued their study of penguins and amazed me with how quickly they absorbed all of the information.
In math, students continued to work on subtraction, learned to distinguish between an addition and subtraction problems, practiced time to the hour and half-hour, practiced coins and their values, and learned to make values in multiple ways. Our newest math concept will be a bit of a challenge for the students. We will work hard and all support at home is greatly appreciated!
Students participated in so many great learning opportunities this week, check them out below! Have a fabulous weekend!
Putting Peter, Peter, Pumpkin-eater in order
Reading on the Ipad
Don't Stop the Clock: matching digital and analog time
Making more adorable penguins
Amazing writing about Antarctica. "In Antarctica I see penguins, and Killer whales, and seals, and the birds that eat penguins."