Even though red ribbon week is over, that does not mean the conversations about being drug free should stop. We still need to have these conversations with our kids about saying no to drugs. Unfortunately the peer pressure starts earlier and earlier and we want our kids to know what to say.
Morning Journal: The British began to impose the intolerable acts on the colonists, which made them more angry. Intolerable: unable to be tolerated, dislike greatly, not able to be tolerated. Describe five things that you find intolerable in your life. (Must be five sentences.)
Reading Workshop: The students were able to complete their Time for Kids, respond to reading, letter to me, and sequencing activity.
Math Workshop: We practiced subtracting across zeros. Please have your child tell you the story of Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Green, and today we added in ME!!
Science: We reviewed over the three types of matter: solid, liquid, and gas. The students took their test on solids, liquids, and gases. They had to write the three types of matter, draw a picture of each one, and then give a definition for the types of matter.
SS: We reviewed the reasons the South Carolina colonies wanted to become a royal colony. The students pretended to be a colonist and write the king a letter about why they wanted to be a royal colony.
**Fall Festival is Monday from 6:00pm-8:00pm in the school parking lot. Please come dressed in your best red, white, and blue outfit.
**NO SCHOOL ON TUESDAY. Go out and vote!!!