by Nichole Haas on April 16, 2021
Another week in the books and we are creeping quickly to the end
of the school year. It's hard to believe with all the
uncertainty that this year began with that we are so near the
end. Nonetheless we have some weeks left of wonderful
- MAP Test: This week on Monday, we will
have our final MAP test for this year. Having a good night's
sleep and good breakfast will be helpful. This happens soon
after the start of school.
- Math: This coming week we will talk about
using compatible numbers and estimating. Please keep working
on those multiplication facts. Those that are fluent are
having an easier time building on the concepts.
- Reading: Charlotte's
Web has ended. One comments that the students
shared was that this book actually had a good ending. This
week we will begin our last Unit of Study which is research
clubs. This unit coincides well with writing a research
report and Science where the items researched will be animals.
- Social Studies: We have begun our study
on government and got through looking at the national
government. We will explore further in the week to come.
- Spelling: Our words this week have the
long vowel sounds spelled with a -u- or -oo-.
- Religion: We get to see the story of
Pentecost and A Beggar is Healed.
- Writing: As mentioned previously,
students will be working on writing a research paper on an
- Memory Work: Tuesday will have the
students share a long verse from our Christian Character Formation
Project that is put into two parts. The whole verse is
- Christian Character Formation
Project: This week we will focus on
self-sacrifice through the story of Jesus' Crucifixion and
- Weekly Quote: "No winter lasts forever;
no spring skips its turn." - Hal Borland
Always in His care,
Monday, April 19th - MAP Test for Reading
Tuesday, April 20th - Memory Work and Spelling
Wednesday, April 21th - Chapel and Math Test
Thursday, April 22nd - Memory Work
Friday, April 23rd - Spelling Final Test and Casual