Math: We will review place value. Students will be reading and writing 3 digit numbers in standard form, base ten block form, word form, and expanded form.
Students will also practice skip counting within 1000.
(They will count by 5's, 10's, and 100's)
For example, start at 350 and skip count up by 5.
350, 355, 360, 365, 370
Students will compare two three digit numbers using >, <, and =.
For example, 445 > 399
Here is an example of a number shown in four ways: The number is 352.
Students will ask and answer questions to understand key details of the texts. Students will also identify the main topic and the author's purpose for the multi-paragraph texts.
Phonics - Unit 18 Compound Words
softball, someone (closed)
fire drill, high school (open)
good-bye, part-time (hyphenated)
Writing: Persuasive Letters / Classmate Biography
Students will finish publishing their persuasive letters.
Students will finalize their About The Author and their Author's Tea Folders.
Students will begin the process of writing a classmate's biography.
Science: We will focus on keeping our teeth healthy as we learn about dental hygiene.
STEM - Shadow Sticks (Weather Permitting)
We will review how the Sun compares to other stars, and we will learn about how shadows form and change during the day.
Social Studies: We begin to learn about Jimmy Carter.
Report Cards - Thursday, March 23rd
Author's Tea - March 29th (Wednesday) 7:20 - 7:55 AM
200 Book Club Logs - Due at the end of April.