We couldn't have asked for a better way to start our day then enjoying the sun with a good book. Students have been very engaged in the novels they are reading for the book club. I have been very impressed with the quality of the blogging for these books. Please check out the link, Book Club, to read the on-going conversations; the deep thinking and questioning is developing well. Students will need to keep up with their reading and blogging over the weekend.
Tapping into the students' creativity will be a focus next week in math. A final project was handed out today and the planning has begun. Students will be creating a space that incorporates all of the concepts covered this term in the measurement unit.
1) LA - Read and blog. Remember that one of the learning intentions is to promote thinking. Asking great questions and respond to others to start building evidence of this within your learning.
For those who are already well into their books and are confident with their ability to promote conversations on a blog, here is the link to the other 4 divisions' book club websites: Book Club Sites. You are encouraged to find others who are reading the same novel and add to their discussions. This will be more evidence to meet the learning intentions.
2) Math - Complete the worksheet on finding the area of a circle.
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Batter's Up Baseball
Division without decimals
Math Antics - Percentages
Finding a Percent
Percent Word Problems
Percent of a Whole Number
Khan Academy - more on Percents
Parts of A Microscope
Wet Mount Microscopy
San Diego Zoo
Gorillas in Rwanda
Classification of Life
CNN for Kids
Time for Kids
Pencil Crayon Shading and Blending
Creativity Requires Time
Moon Shot Thinking
Obvious To You, Amazing To Others
A Pep Talk from Kid President
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