November, 2012

Holiday Play- November 27, 2012

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Turkey contest winners 2012

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Ava won Most Creative with her iPhone                 Dominic won Most Artistic with his soccer player with a wig               Sam R. won with Most Original with …Continue reading →

Great Lakes Theater Time- November 2012

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We had a wonderful time all week! The actors, Melissa and Andrew, came to out class for one hour each day. They incorporated children’s literature into the acting lessons. They emphasized creativity, self-control and imagination. They fostered a love for …Continue reading →

Weekly Newsletter- November 19, 2012

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Weekly Challenge Newsletter- Week of Thanksgiving Language Arts- Continue  reading Eating the Plates which is a Thanksgiving book about Pilgrims. Writing a friendly letter No spelling list for these two days. However, a sneak peak of next week’s vocabulary words/list has been posted on the blog. The …Continue reading →

Vocabulary words- Week of November 26, 2012

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Vocabulary Words Week of November 26, 2012(no spelling) Test on November 30th  Students made flash cards in class. Social Studies terminology- It’s sometimes easier to remember parts of the definition which is why some parts are underlined. Test will be …Continue reading →

Spelling and Vocabulary – Week of November 12, 2012

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Spelling and vocabulary list- Week of November 12, 2012   diminish – decrease or lessen navigating- plan a route luxury- the state of great comfort void- completely empty colonization- citizens sent to establish control of a place   Extra credit-  …Continue reading →

Halloween Fun!

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Weekly Newsletter- November 5, 2012

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Challenge Weekly Newsletter- Week of November 5th   Language  Arts- Continue to read The Green Book. (Fantasy story) Begin Daily Edit worksheets (Half page worksheet given daily for practicing editing, grammar and other language arts skills) Continue practicing how to write …Continue reading →

Spelling list- Week of Nov. 5, 2012

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Spelling list – Week of November 5th Linking words and phrases   Because Therefore Since For example Although In conclusion Finally Furthermore For instance Since   Extra credit word: Consequently