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Thursday, March 13, 2014

Presenting Our Learning in Expedition

In Expedition, we worked in expert groups for the last week or so. Each group read an article about some topic related to worms: how they move, what they eat, their enemies and how they reproduce and more. After reading their article, each group chose how to present their learning to the rest of the crew (hint: after one group thought of a puppet show the idea spread like wild fire). Below are some photos of their presentations. (You can click on each picture to see a larger version.) Enjoy!







Our puppets and backgrounds are on display in the classroom.


Homework
Reading ~ Read a good book or two.

Math ~ Study for tomorrow's test including: showing numbers in Base 10 blocks, fact families, telling time on an analog clock and writing the time digitally, naming shapes (triangle, square, circle, rhombus, hexagon, etc.), reading a data table and and answering questions using the data, completing a function machine (in/out box), and showing an amount of money in 2 different ways using different coins.

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