Friday, May 24th

Happy Memorial Weekend! I’m hoping you all enjoy a wonderful three day weekend. The students and I are having fun “Ending the Year with a Bang!”

MULTICULTURAL FAIR FOOD SIGN UP- https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0D4CA5AA23A1FEC25-49587661-multicultural#/

Book Reports – NEXT WEEK! Presentations will begin on Tuesday. Students will bring their clothing in a bag and change before. These ones are SOO important to practice and thank you for helping the students prepare. Schedules were in your Friday folders last week.

End of Year Celebration -You are all invited to join us on Thursday at 1:30 for a class celebration in the library.

Academics

Literacy -This week we read a realistic fiction story about a girl and her grandma in Florida that helped us understand how hurricanes are formed. For writing we reviewed the friendly letter format and wrote letters to the second graders with some do’s and don’ts of third grade.

Religion -This week we concluded our month focus on Mary and the different apparitions. We learned specifically about the Miraculous Metal and all the symbolism, even an art project with that. Our Religion Book focused on the incarnation, as well as the annunciation.

Social Studies -We are thoroughly enjoying learning about Mexico and this week we made piñatas! I can’t wait to put everything together for the Multicultural Fair! Please see above Sign Up Genius to help with the food portion. All students should be here and able to commit to a 15 minute slot to represent their group project and explain the artwork, etc.

Science -We completed our weather and climate unit this week with a fun game and exploration on EPIC books.

Spanish -This week, we learned new vocabulary to describe personality. We played games like Simon Says and Spot the Difference to practice the new vocabulary. A link to the vocabulary on Quizlet can be found here for students to practice or share the vocabulary at home if they’d like.

Art -Students exploring Mexican mirror art will enhance their creations by adding paper foil embossing. Using aluminum foil and cardstock, they’ll apply glue to create textured surfaces, molding the foil to mimic traditional embossing. With a gentle touch, they’ll refine the detailing, capturing the essence of vibrant mirrors while fostering cultural appreciation.

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