Monday, May 7, 2018



*bring MINT gum
*bring something to READ (no drawing)
*bring a light jacket(the tech lab is chilly)
*be on time
*we eat lunch early all week so no SNACK

Work on your bird project!
What is a rhombus?

Thursday, May 3, 2018


MATH: p. 247-248
LA: study

Bird Project info will be sent on in the Friday Folder.

What is a glossary?

Congratulations and Thank You to Mrs. Parrette and Mrs. Gild for creating an awesome basket for the Tricky Tray.  We choose an ice cream party with Mr. Magnuson.

Wednesday, May 2, 2018


MATH: p. 245-246
LA: p. 155 and 157

School pictures went home today.  If you are keeping them send in the $.  If you don't want them return the set of pictures in the envelope.

Design a field day shirt notice went home, too!

What does perpendicular lines mean?

Start gathering recycling materials you can use to create your bird.  BIRDS ARE DUE MAY 30th!

Tuesday, May 1, 2018


What is unique about a Mangrove Tree?

Math: p. 241-241
LA: 153-154

The students will be given an informational sheet about our upcoming bird project.  The goal will be to create the bird they are researching using recycled materials at home.  The main focus of the project will be the bird's beak!  This project should be made to scale- but NOT LIFE SIZE.  Start gathering materials now and the project can be worked on next week during PARCC because no homework will be given.

-Eat a healthy breakfast.  We will have lunch at 11:30, so no snack will be needed from Tuesday, 5/8-5/11
-We test in the Tech Lab which will be kept chilly so bring a light jacket, sweatshirt or sweater...
-Students will be allowed to chew MINT (only) gum during the test.  The mint helps stimulate the brain.  You may send in a pack with their name on it. 
- Although there is nothing to study, remind your child to try their very best and take the test seriously.  It should not cause stress and worry.  It is to show what they know and how they think. 

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Thursday, April 19, 2018

Wednesday, April 18, 2018


LA: p. 118 and 120
Math: p. 225-226

Why did I say the wetlands are like a kitchen sponge?