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  • Tuesday, October 17th Our day started with the class having science this morning with Miss Masucci. Please be sure to check her website to see the latest concepts that are being taught in science class. We had Spanish today, please ask them what they did in class. Today in math we worked on relating multiplication equations and comparison statements. This is algebraic thinking, and we worked together to not only write algebraic equations based off of the comparisons, but to model them. The foundation of the lesson is that we use multiplication to compare amounts. For example, they can think of 15=3x5 in two different ways. First, 15 is 3 times as many as 5 and 15 is 5 times as many ...
    Posted by Michelle Moore
  • Monday, October 16th I hope everyone had a great weekend. It sounded like many of you spent your time on the side of soccer fields this weekend. We had a fantastic weekend. Saturday we celebrated the Flyers finally being at home and not playing a game at 10pm with all the Moores. It was quite loud with two, three year olds running around, but it was a fantastic night. Yesterday, we took Miss Abby to Dutch Wonderland for the first time. SHE LOVED IT! She had a great time and loved all the rides, except for the big slide. According to Bryan she tolerated the roller coaster. HA! Mrs. Costanzo is still out, so we made get well cards for her during our ...
    Posted by Michelle Moore
  • Friday, October 13th Not only was today Friday the 13th, which I am going to blame for the overall chattiness in the classroom today, but it was PAY DAY! They were very excited to record their second pay this month. Today started with music. Nothing but compliments today from Mrs. D! During religion today, the students completed the interactive notebook pages on parables. On these pages we defined who told parables, why are the told, where are located, and what is the purpose in telling them. I also read aloud a few parables from a Tomie DePaola book entitled "The Parables of Jesus" which were the the Lost Sheep and the Prodigal Son. Students also completed a quick sketch and a Jott in ...
    Posted Oct 13, 2017, 1:34 PM by Michelle Moore
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