If you were able to attend Back-To-School Night last Thursday, we thank you very much for your time and effort. Even if you couldn’t make it, we appreciate your involvement and support of our classes!
In Jewish Studies this week, we continued to learn about Rosh Hashanah. We talked about preparing for the holiday, and Morah Rivka read aloud three books about asking for forgiveness. We also made greeting cards for children in Israel!
Watch us singing about the Hebrew months!
On Thursday, September 18th, we will be baking honey cakes in class!
In General Studies this week, we had so much fun reading jokes on our blog! I really appreciate the effort that kids (and parents) are putting in to this activity. It is increasing everyone’s digital literacy!
In Math class, we worked both in small groups and as a whole class, practicing “making 10″ to help us solve addition and subtraction problems. The kids were each given two Hundred Charts, so they may keep one of them at home to help with homework assignments. They can keep the laminated copies at school.
We continued to build our stamina in Daily 5 Read to Self. The students are doing wonderfully with choosing their own places to sit in the classroom, getting started right away, and focusing the whole time. Soon, we will move on to Read to Someone.
In the library with Mrs. Hallett on Friday, the kids performed the Shelf Marker Hokey Pokey to remind them how to use a shelf marker when choosing a book!
On Friday, we also enjoyed a visit from our first Mystery Reader of the school year!
We’re looking forward to a great week!
Ms. Stein & Morah Rivka