LEARNING TARGETS week of 5/9 

MATH: (Module 6 - Collecting and Displaying Data)

*I can analyze data to problem solve.

*I can interpret measurement data from various line plots, bar graphs, and picture graphs. 

*I can represent measurement data with line plots, bar graphs, and picture graphs.

*I can keep up with my lessons in Zearn or Kahn lessons.

READING (Animal Research)

*I can work with a partner to read articles about two different animals.

*I can take notes on a Venn Diagram and compare and contrast the two different animals.

WRITING (Mini-Essays Animal Research) 

I can use my Venn Diagram notes to write a compare and contrast essay.

SECOND STEP 

*I can understand, and use, the first few steps involved in problem solving in order to deal with conflicts with others. 

 

TECHNOLOGY:

*I can understand and demonstrate what it means to be a good digital citizen.

*I can successfully attach a picture of my work to an assignment in Google Classroom.

*I can successfully turn in assignments on Google Classroom.

*I can stay focused, participate, and be a good listener on my ipad. 

 

SPECIALS SCHEDULE

Monday: Spanish 10:42-11:12 and Library 11:15-11:45

Tuesday: Spanish 10:42-11:12 and Music 11:15-11:45

Wednesday:  Gym 11:15-12:15

Thursday: Art 10:42-11:45

Friday: Music 11:15-11:45

 

SPECIAL AREA TEACHER CONTACT INFORMATION:

Spanish - Senora Lynch - [email protected]

Music - Mrs. Ablan - [email protected]

Library - Mrs. Pearce - [email protected]

P.E. - Mrs. Patterson - [email protected]

Art - Mrs. Raia- [email protected]

 

LUNCH and RECESS

Lunch will be eaten in the LUNCHROOM starting Monday, April 11th. HERE is the menu. 

If your child does bring a lunch from home, all lunch items, as well as snacks, must be NUT-FREE. School lunches will remain free of charge for the remainder of the year.

Lunch 12:15-12:45

Lunch Recess 12:45-1:10

Daily Recess 10:25-10:40

Lunch will be eaten in the LUNCHROOM starting Monday, April 11th. HERE is the menu. 

If your child does bring a lunch from home, all lunch items, as well as snacks, must be NUT-FREE.  *

 

PASQ APPROVED SNACK LIST- Fresh fruit (no honeydew or cantaloupe), Fresh vegetables (no cucumbers), Dried fruit, Apple squeezers, Fruit snacks, Packaged popcorn (plain or salted only, not cheesy or buttery), Packaged pretzels. Due to food allergies, food brought into classrooms must not contain:  Peanuts, tree nuts, nuts of all kinds, sesame (hummus), eggs, cucumber, honeydew, cantaloupe, fish and shellfish (shrimp, crab, lobster).

 

 

 


 

 

Cartoon image of a boy looking at a computer screen

TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES

Instructions for editing work in Google Classroom:

Select posted assignment in Google Classroom.

Tap on PDF to open assignment.

Tap pencil in top right corner.

Use tools at the bottom of the screen to write on PDF.

DON’T FORGET TO SAVE YOUR WORK (top right corner).

If you need to return to an assignment, tap on ‘Your Work’ at the bottom of the screen. Then tap on the ‘Edited’ PDF. You will be able to access your previous work.

To turn in assignments, tap on ‘Your Work’ at the bottom of the screen and tap blue ‘Turn In’ button.

SAFE SEARCH SITES

**Students should not be on YOU TUBE or searching items on GOOGLE on their school issued ipad. 

Google Junior

Sweet Search

Kiddle

Brittanica Elementary    (username: op97 password: learn)

Oak Park Public Library Research Resources

 

Save the Date

 

 

Tuesday, May 10th - Reading Map Testing

Friday, May 13th - Math Map Testing

Friday, May 20th - 3rd Grade General Music Concert (will be recorded for families to view)

Saturday, May 21st - Longfellow Carnival (noon) outside on the field and blacktop

Wednesday, May 25th - Longfellow Science Fair (5:30 - 6:30 PM)

Thursday, May 26th - 2nd/3rd Grade Kindness Market (1:30 - 2:30 PM)

Monday, May 30th - NO SCHOOL (Memorial Day)

Monday, June 6th - 3rd Grade Field Day - 1:15 - 2:30 PM at Longfellow Park

Tuesday, June 7th - Last Day of School! / Third Trimester Report Cards go home