Big Cats of the Wild: Tigers
Monday 3/23 - Koalas and Kangaroos
Tuesday 3/24 and Wednesday 3/25: Animal Watching
Read the following article to learn what some scientist do to observe animals and take notes to answer the questions:
Thursday 3/26 and Friday 3/27 - Big Cats of the Wild
Read the following article to learn what some scientist do to observe animals and take notes to answer the questions below. Keep notes to study for Big Cats quiz next week:
Thursday 3/19- Identifying Animals by their characteristics
We continue to practice to learn the common names of animals. This time, let's see how many you can identify by their characteristics.
Read the description for each animal and write their name.
You can continue practicing with Quizlet: Identifying Animals
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Wednesday 3/18: Identifying Animals by their Common Name
We will soon begin learning about different types of animals. Here is a way to help practice finding the common names of some animals. You can practice as much as you want.
3/17 Using Can, or Cannot
For today's lesson, we will review the use of can, cannot Remember that cannot and can't have the same meaning. Can't is a shorter form or a contraction form for cannot (cannot=can't).
The following resources will hep you practice:
Welcome to our Remote Online Classroom. As you already know, we will be having our classes online, until school re-opens.
For IEL classes, we will be using Office 365, CTLS, Brain-Pop, Video Clips, Audio books, and any other websites approved by the district.
I will be posting assignments and instructions on a daily basis. So, make sure you check this blog and submit your assignments by the date they are due.
If you have any questions or concerns, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please limit you messages to class related questions or concerns.
You can also join our Google Classroom for additional support with questions or concerns:
Monday 3/16 -Grammar Practice: Using Should or Shouldn't
Shouldn't or should not mean it is not a good idea for you to do it.
Human Impact on the Environment
This week, student ill be reading two informational articles to identify supporting evidence for claims. They will be applying their learning to create a poster reflecting How humans can help the environment?
Don't Forget: Wednesday March 11th is Early Release Day!
Students will be released from school as follows:
Lessons from The Lorax
Students continue to read and analyze Dr. Seuss, The Lorax, this week. As we read and discuss the story, we will focus on the following:
We will visit the Learning commons on Thursday. Students will be checking-in and checking-out books for independent reading.