During our weekly SOAR assembly two teachers were chosen to participate in a "minute-to-win-it" activity based on highest attendance. Our class was one of the classes with the high attendance, so I was able to participate in the activity. The other teacher and I had to wear a pair of pantyhose on our heads, one of the legs of the hose had several beanbags in it. The objective was to swing the leg of the hose around and knock down a series of water bottles. Sadly, I was unable to knock the last bottle down before my opponent surpassed me. Hopefully, I will have a better showing in the future if I'm given the chance to participate in one of these activities again.
What's going on?
Writer's Workshop- We are starting to for good ideas to use for writing a narrative.
Math- We are getting close to finishing our review material and moving into new lessons in our math series.
Reading- This week, we read a story called "Volcanoes" and learned about different kinds of volcanoes.
Spelling- We started practicing our spelling words on Spelling City this week. We will continue having access to our lists on Spelling City throughout the year.
Science- Students continued to work with Ms. Lawrence on learning about the Water Cycle.
Social Studies- This week, we started a WebQuest about Native Americans. We will be working on this project for the next couple of weeks.