• Dear Parents,

    This week we continue our IB unit called Born to be Wild focusing on animals and living things.  The central idea is: all living things go through a process of change. 

    Have a great week!

    Language Arts:

    ·          Letter of the week Qq

    ·         Sight words (what, down & ran)

    ·         Reading Groups

    ·         Sentence writing, capitalization, punctuation, spacing

    ·         Writing Workshop - Riddles


    ·         Measuring time

    ·         Skip counting with calculators

    ·         Patterns with symbols

    Science and Social Studies

    ·         Living/Non Living

    ·         Animals

    ·         Lifecycles

    ·         State of the week Mississippi

    IB word of the week- Empathy

    Important Reminders:

    Monday, March 21st Report Cards come home

    Wednesday, March 23rd Yellow River Game Ranch Field Trip, Pack a Disposable Lunch
    Thursday, March 24nd Children's Museum - chaperones arrive at 9:15, leave at 9:30
    Book Fair March 21st – 25th   10:15-10:30
    Monday, March 28th Animal Project Due




    Mar 21st – 25th  


    Mon 3/21


    Tues 3/22


    Wed 3/23

    Field Trip

    Thurs 3/24

    Field Trip

    Fri 3/25


    Everyday Math:

    Time, skip counting, & patterns.

    Tell one thing you know about a clock.

    Practice skip counting, use a calculator if you are able.

    Write your numbers 0 to 30.

    Create a sound pattern and write they symbols.


    SS/ Science/IB:

    Living Things & Animals

    What is Empathy?

    Draw an animal that has fur, feathers and scales.

    Work on your Animal Project.

    Work on you Animal Project.


    Lang. Arts:

    Letter: Qq, &

    Sight Words: goes, did, & pretty

    Write your sight words two times each.

    Write 3 Qu words.

    Place sight words in ABC order.


    Write a sentence using each sight word.