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Day on a Ship
There was a white ship,
that left the shore.
The crew found gold,
they all wanted more.
They started going fast,
and were chased by a whale.
It flipped its tail and rocked the ship,
that was the last time they set sail.
Catch a Fish
Catch, catch, catch a fish,
Hook it on your line.
Reel it, reel it, reel it,
This one will be mine.
Students have one math sheet for homework. We are focusing on word problems adding and subtracting. The homework is due Thursday, October 23rd.
1. Les chiffres de 70 à 100
2. Émilie Éléphant- phonétique animée
3. Les émotions
4. Beau coquelicot
Cheers for Cherry Cake
Gather, children, give a cheer,
For the greatest treat made far and near!
Fill your cheeks and chomp and chew,
You'll all get one slice, maybe two!
Because today's the day the baker bakes,
Her famous chocolate-chip cherry cake!
Students are practicing estimating to the nearest 1 000, 100 or 10. They have one sheet to do for Thursday, November 9th.
Example 56 834
Nearest 1000= 57 000
Nearest 100= 56 800
Nearest 10= 56 830
Here are the French sentence structures we learned in October
- Dans ma famille, j'ai ________.
- J'ai une maman.
- J'ai un papa.
- J'ai une soeur.
- J'ai un frère.
- Je n'ai pas ______.
- Ma maman s'appelle ________.
- Mon papa s'appelle _________.
- Mon frère s'appelle.
- Ma soeur s'appelle.
* Please remember to sign and return the snapshot folders as soon as possible. Also, we sent home a letter where you can indicate what time slot you would prefer for parent teacher interviews on November 23rd and 24th. Please have those returned by Wednesday, November 8th.
Students were given a math sheet on whole numbers (reading and writing numbers in different ways). There is a quick review section on the sheet, if you need help. Please contact me if you still have any questions. Homework is due Friday, Oct. 27th
One little, two little, three little witches,
Fly haystacks, fly over ditches.
Slide down moon beams,
without any hitches.
Heigh-ho, Halloween is here!