What a great day. I hop you all had a restful weekend and time spent outside. We are nearing the end of the third quarter quickly. The end of the quarter will be next Tuesday with report cards going home the following week. REMINDER: Science fair projects are due this Thursday. I will not accept any projects that are not here Thursday. Many students asked for the rubric to be submitted online. Unfortunately, I do not have the digital copy of this. If students would like to know what I am looking for in order to receive full credit, please refer to the informational paper that gives a detailed account of each part of the project. Many students were commenting on how they still do not have their project done. This project is a major part of the science grade. Please let me know if you have any concerns with you project and I will do what I can to help each student get a completed project for Thursday.
We will begin learning about ecosystems for our next Lead21 unit. The students will learn about important parts of an ecosystem and our role we play in our ecosystems. I look forward to the many discussions to come. Students will be presenting their projects for unit 5: America's Heartland on Friday.
The students were introduced to adding and subtracting angles. We discovered the importance of using addition and subtraction in order to find the missing angle measure for a given set of angles. The students need to use their logic reasoning in order to identify the measurement of a part of an angle.
The students wrapped up their work on the energy collision unit and will take the test for this unit tomorrow.I am very impressed with the knowledge each student has gained and how they are able to apply their understanding of energy to our everyday lives. The code for tonight is for the students to identify one example of potential energy. I hope you all have a great night and I look forward to another great day of learning!
I am a fourth grade teacher going on my seventh year of teaching. I have truly loved every year that I have taught and I look forward to sharing classroom activities we take part in during this upcoming school year!